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2500# gross weight, 53 gallons usable fuel, 180 HP upgrade.
Where do you want to fly?
Full IFR panel. KLN 89 GPS. KAP 140 autopilot. R model interior and lighting.
Learn to fly at Bartlesville Airport, KBVO.
Get airborne more quickly than at busy urban airports. Each lesson is more productive. Specializing in Private Pilot instruction. Learn in your aircraft or our Cessna 172 Skyhawk. Commercial flight instruction also available.
Excellent way to determine if General Aviation is right for you. Intro Flight includes 30 minute safety briefing, 50 minute flight- You actually fly the aircraft with a Certified Instructor.
Flight Instruction in Bartlesville
He scored 100 on the Knowledge Test then First Solo one week later. Tom P. is on the fast- track toward Certification!
A day you will never forget. The first time your instructor exits the plane and says, "Take it around the patch three times."
With proper training and adequate altitude, you can return to the airport following an engine failure. This video is for demonstration ONLY and not intended to be a training resource.
Those old Skyhawks had one advantage- 40 degrees of flaps. The barn doors aid landings on Short Fields. Just keep the power in!
Dusk to dark. It's the best!
Hope you fellas recalculated your Weight & Balance after breakfast at the Ponca City (KPNC) fly-in. Here's Colton's approach into busy traffic. Notice the pilot's radio call is, "Green and White Skyhawk." In the crowded Fly-In environment that call is more informative to other pilots in the pattern than announcing a tail number.
Good Comm procedure; good navigation using pilotage (no fancy gizmos here). Gee, who's your Instructor?
...if I have to endure another flight with my CFI, I think I'm gonna push him outta the plane." Client revolts with Perfect Solo
Hear how a retired airline Captain "handles the comm" inbound to a towered airport (KRVS)