chemtrail

Contrails Not Chemtrails – Contrails Explained and Chemtrails Debunked by a Professional Pilot

Over the past few years, I have been asked numerous times about those magnificent wispy-white trails that jets leave behind as they cross the sky. I think its generally human … Continue reading Contrails Not Chemtrails – Contrails Explained and Chemtrails Debunked by a Professional Pilot

E6B

Mastering the Mechanical E6B in 20 Minutes

“Congratulations, you have just purchased one of the finest computers on the market today. It is well designed to assist you in solving the planing and navigating problems associated with … Continue reading Mastering the Mechanical E6B in 20 Minutes

CRJ WING

Flying The Supercritical Wing – An Up-close Look at the Supercritical Airfoil and High Speed Flight

“Wow, it really is curved on the bottom!” I still remember how surprised I was when I took my first look at the wing of the CRJ. The reason for … Continue reading Flying The Supercritical Wing – An Up-close Look at the Supercritical Airfoil and High Speed Flight

CRJ700-SIMULATOR

From Cessna to CRJ: The Similarities and Differences of Large and Small Aircraft

I still remember my first takeoff in a Cessna 152 in 2007. It was an amazing feeling that I will surely never forget. I had the exact same feeling almost … Continue reading From Cessna to CRJ: The Similarities and Differences of Large and Small Aircraft

FLIGHT TRAINING BOOKS

Book Selection – The Best and Only Sources You Need

Those wishing to start flight training are often overwhelmed by the plethora of books and resources available on the topic. I am often asked for book recommendations from my students … Continue reading Book Selection – The Best and Only Sources You Need

Angle of attack: A Journey From Zero Lift to Stall

This post focuses the aerodynamics of level flight. There are plenty of references out there on this topic, however many of them are either way too complicated; requiring a doctorate … Continue reading Angle of attack: A Journey From Zero Lift to Stall