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Eight Tips To Make You A Better Pilot

Becoming a pilot is indeed a challenging job. It is more than just attending your flight training, classes, and passing those practical examinations. Keep in mind that you're taking a huge responsibility of a hundred or more lives, and even for the million-dollar airplane. Thus, it requires the perfect harmony of skills, attitude and constant learning and practice.

As technology advances, various useful creations emerge. One of these is vliegtuig volgen (Dutch Link) (English Translated Link). Vliegtuig Volgen is a Dutch term, which means flight tracking in English. By means of this, pilots can view the current position of the aircraft in real time regardless of the location in the world. It can track details like altitude, speed, and even the associated flight information. Pilots can even review their aviation chart.

As you start putting your flying career in motion, to become one of the best ace aviators is something that you should strive for. Here are some tips that can help you to become a better pilot:

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UNDERSTAND THE AIRPLANE’S AERODYNAMICS.

It is expected that pilots have enough knowledge of why an airplane flies and how it works. Since it is the most basic thing that is being taught in the aviation school. But not all spend ample amount of time to understand the aerodynamic factors. It is not necessary that you have to become an aero engineer just to have a deeper understanding of this, what matters most is you allocate enough time to read. You need to know the effects of angle of attack, and the consequences of the way control surfaces change the camber of the wing and even the tail. Yes, this isn't a complete list, but knowing this essential information is a good start.

MAKE YOUR LANDINGS ACCURATE.

It is widely known to be both the most significant and difficult part of flying. Yes, landings have always been tricky but you need to keep in mind that your goal should always be giving your best while landing. It is recommended to always try and touch down in the first 600-800 feet, irrespective of the length of the runway. The goal is to land safely on a 2,000 feet long runway. Mastering this enables you to have a smoother landing experience all round and this can only possible if you act smartly and pay full attention.

GET INTO AIRPLANE MODE.

Before you get inside the airplane and take-off, give yourself ample time to internalize on your flight and have some sort of planning. You need to attentively focus on flying alone and get rid of other stuff in your mind. Always remember that best pilots don't allow life's distractions to get in the way of a good flight. If you don't feel like flying, don't force yourself.

BE PRECISE.

Every pilot should be aware that being precise is the only way to have a successful and safe flight. It further conveys that you need to be precise in terms of airspeed, heading, and even proper altitude. This can be attained as you fly frequently and undergo continuous training so as to improve your performance and skills as well.

MAKE A MISTAKE? ADMIT IT, LEARN, AND MOVE ON!

Nobody is perfect. There will be times that you make mistakes, whether big or small. The best and mature way to solve this is to be accountable. It is important that you admit your mistake, learn from it and move forward. A pilot must know how to resolve problems and even weaknesses of their own. Always remember that you have a huge responsibility that you carry upon your shoulder. Don't worry that much about committing mistakes, rather, make sure to further improve your skills on the next flight. Another important characteristic of being a pilot is the ability to make good and timely decisions regardless of the scenarios.

PLANNING.

One of the best characteristics of being a pilot is the ability to plan their flight carefully before execution. It is indeed necessary to perform the plan-do-check-analyze cycle. For the safety of all, the pilot makes sure that they check the performance parameters predicted for a certain flight. If otherwise these are not met, they scrutinize things out and give contingency plans on to which they can improve to make sure that they are within the so-called standard performance parameters. You need to take note of such a scenario so you can think of a better way on how to improve your next flight.

RESPECT CREWMEMBERS, PASSENGERS, AND STAFF EQUALLY.

Attitude and personality vary per person. Always keep in mind that it is necessary to treat everyone with respect, regardless of their status or designation, in order to create a conducive working environment and work peacefully with everybody. Don't let your disagreements with one person turn into a way for a group of people to judge you. It is not only applicable to individuals, but this is also for flight regulations, procedures and even processes of a flight.

CONFIDENCE, NOT ARROGANCE.

One of the best virtues a pilot can have is humility. Always remember to keep your feet on the ground regardless of your achievements. Yes, you’re fortunate enough to be on that position. You don’t need to brag on that. There's nothing wrong with being confident since it is indeed needed as you fly because it is the drive that pushes you to do your responsibility and that you know to yourself that you're capable. Just a piece of advice, never ever let your confidence turn into arrogance. Since being around an arrogant pilot is so frustrating.




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