Extra Courses

 

cockpit 4All of the following courses can be custom made to suit the individual pilot, and depending on weather and other factors may be modified, they are not EASA recognised courses.

Performance course
3 hours ground briefing:
1. AIC performance light aircraft
2. Aircraft performance type specific, loading and weight and balance.
3. Precautionary landings
4. Short field technique
5. Low level navigation

Air Exercises: Low level circuits and short field performance. Low level navigation introduction.
Low level navigation exercise, precautionary landings, grass field landings.
Flight as required. Visit various airfields, Beccles, Shipdham, Little Snoring, Fenland etc.

 PPL EXTRA course:
3 hours ground briefing.
1. Aircraft envelope.
2. Stalling and Steep turns, spiral dive and recovery.
3. Short field landing, Flapless.
4. EFATO
5. PFL.
Example of Air Syllabus:
Flight 1. Stalling revision, wing drop, incipient spin, slow flight. Steep turns. PFL
Flight 2. Spiral dive, unusual attitude recovery. High speed descent. Circuits. Low level, short field, flapless. EFATO.
Flight 3. Short T.O. Bad weather circuits, low level navigation. PFL, Precautionary landings.
Flight 4. As required revision, custom exercises.
Any or all flights can be used for a Bi-annual check flight.

Radio Aids Course :
This course now offers GPS Training;
1. Radio Aids and Errors
2. Tracking and fixes.
3. Approach Aids.
4. Let downs and plates
5. IFR introduction.
Example of Flight syllabus:
Flight 1. Use of GPS.
Flight 2. VOR/ADF tracking and hold introduction.
Flight 3. X country land away using Radio Aids.
Flight 4. ILS and ADF letdown introduction.

The First Reserve Course:
This course is based on 6 hours of Flight time and is aimed at the frequent front seat passenger. This could be a wife, or friend who regularly flies as passenger. It is designed to offer two facilities 1. SAFETY: in that if the pilot suffers incapacitation the passenger at least has some knowledge of how to fly the aircraft, summon help, and land at an airport. 2. Act as a helping hand when the pilot is busy, perhaps with basic flying, keep up the paperwork, and at least be aware of what is going on.

EASA Multi-Engine Aircraft, or Complex type courses may be arranged, but are not presently conducted at Norwich. Please telephone for details.

If you think any of these courses may be of interest please contact PREMIER FLIGHT TRAINING and we can arrange to discuss your options further.