Overcoming Bad Habits

Our life experiences and the things we learn in two dimensions can force us to employ habits that are inappropriate when operating in three dimensions.

In the March 2021 issue, I discussed the need to restructure the way we teach flying, to focus ab initio training on developing habits that don’t have to be unlearned as one progresses through flight training and into advanced ratings and operations. The classic example is developing in students the habit of using airspeed as […]
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