How To Fly A Jet
You can learn how to fly a jet. If you are serious about flying, you will need to get training. There’s more than one way to learn how to fly a jet. You can learn how to fly a jet by going to work for an airline company. There are also registered FAA training schools that can teach you how to fly a jet. Joining the military is another way to help you learn how to fly a jet.
Things you’ll need:
- Pilot License
- Pilot Flying Lessons
- FAA Approval
- Medical Exam
- Extensive Flight Hours
- Read books and aviation publications. Decide what type of jet you will like to fly. Interview certified FAA jet pilots and ask them what steps they had to take to learn how to fly a jet. Prepare a list of questions to ask certified FAA jet pilots. Ask them what aspect(s) of flying a jet is the most difficult. Take notes and use this information to help you learn how to fly a jet.
- Prepare for flight school. Locate an approved FAA jet flying school program in your area. Meet all the requirements of the school and the FAA and fill out the application and pay all the fees. Get to know your instructor and develop a friendship with him because he is going to teach you how to fly a jet.
- Pass all the required classes and training. Take every course very seriously as you prepare to learn how to fly a jet and pass the course. Make sure you use the jet flight manual before take off and after take off. Study your flight training material and complete the training exercises with an above average score.
- Get ready. Become familiar with weather products such as METARS and TAFs to help understand weather conditions. Pull the control wheel toward you to raise the nose of the plane and utilize the throttle control to go higher into the air. Push the control wheel away from you and the jet will descend so you can prepare to land.
- Use all the information you have learned. Remember that safety is always your top priority and make sure you inspect your jet before you take off and after you land. Keep yourself updated with new FAA rules and regulations because they change frequently. Subscribe to a jet pilot magazine or join a jet pilot organization to learn new flying techniques and additional information about your chosen career path.