Flight training is a fun process, but flight training in turbulence is also quite challenging at times. It’s good to go flying when the weather and conditions aren’t perfect, and that’s exactly what we do on this flight lesson.
Sienna is a student pilot and working on her private pilot. This is her 4th flight lesson. We’ve got turbulence and wind, which is different to visualize. We deal with controlling through turbulence and even going all the way to stalls.
There’s lots of good stuff in his flight lesson, as Sienna keeps learning how to fly this Cessna 172. Step by step, and this was a good step.
Chris Palmer has been in aviation training and creating educational content since 2006. As a career CFI (Certified Flight Instructor) and Master Aviation Educator* Chris trains dozens of pilots year round at his Alaska-based flight school, Angle of Attack HQ.
He’s one of Youtube’s leading Aviation Training Content Creators with over 120K subscribers. With a focus on developing and sharing new flight training methods, techniques, and tips. Chris founded Angle of Attack to offer a new, fresh and modern spin on aviation training. AOA does this by keeping the building on the wonderful knowledge passed down through the generations, married with new and modern media.
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