1. Fatigue Risk Management

    The FAA sponsored a multi-disciplinary subject matter expert work group to investigate the issues associated with human fatigue in maintenance and the practical science-based methods that can be used to manage fatigue risk. The workgroup involved industry, labor, research, and government personnel. As a result of the multi-disciplinary group's work, you will find an abundance of fatigue informatio…Read More

  2. Pilot Education: 4 Tips For A Smooth Landing

    We’ve all experienced a rough landing — either as a (fearful) passenger or a (stressed) pilot. Landings are often the most stressful times during a flight for both passengers and pilots alike, as they are one of the times during the flight when accidents are most likely to happen. If you are a frequent traveler, you may notice that as the plane starts to descend, passengers grip the seat rests…Read More

  3. Pilot Education: 7 Tips For Night Flying

    Flying at night, especially when you are a new pilot, can be intimidating. While flying at night is not necessarily more dangerous than it is during the day, it’s important to recognize and prepare for the different challenges flying at night presents. Today, we are going to share seven pilot education tips for night flying to help ensure your night flight goes smoothly.     Take A Nap There i…Read More

  4. How To Conquer Jet Lag

    In your aviation career, chances are, you will fly internationally and this travel will disrupt your body’s natural circadian rhythm. This condition is jet lag, and it is a real concern for pilots.   Pilots have to be awake and alert for air travel, for obvious reasons. And as a requirement of the job they spend their days and nights traveling through a myriad of time zones -- and as they time-…Read More

  5. Sun Protection For Pilots

    As you navigate your online pilot training it is important to include sun safety practices in your flying routine. We have all likely heard the warnings of the sun’s damage and how it leads to an increased risk for skin cancer — just 15 minutes of the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can be harmful. So, where does this leave pilots? Pilots spend an upwards of nine hours participating in on-duty f…Read More

  6. The Dangers Of Pilot Fatigue & How To Prevent It

    Pilot life can be exhausting. From long duty days, time zone changes, and busy traveling schedules, it’s no wonder that pilots are so vulnerable to fatigue. Unfortunately, when it comes to the aviation industry, pilots cannot afford to feel fatigued, as their ability to perform their tasks is absolutely critical. In today’s blog, we are going to explore pilot fatigue and share some helpful tip…Read More

  7. Online Aviation Training: Hot Temperature Operations

    How does temperature affect aircraft performance? Back in January, we shared some helpful tips for flying in cold weather. Today, in the heat of July, we are excited to share with you some information on our hot temperature online aviation training courses and tips for performing hot temperature operations. Let’s dive in. First, let’s start off with a fun fact. Airplanes perform better in cold…Read More

  8. Why Should You Become A Pilot?

    Does the idea of soaring through the skies excite you? Do you dream of flying for a commercial airline, transporting eager passengers to new heights and foreign lands they previously only saw on TV? Then becoming a pilot just might be the right career move for you. In this blog, we’ll be providing a few reasons why you should become a pilot, from the opportunity to fly with some of the biggest n…Read More