January 2007 Issue

Transition Training

Moving to a different aircraft means youíll need to find the right instructor and syllabus while ensuring your checkout covers everything you need to know.

Itís a myth that good pilots can "fly anything with wings." The truly good pilot realizes each type of airplane has unique characteristics and systems. Understanding them is the difference between "flying" and "flying safely" in an unfamiliar aircraft type.

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