Sunday, January 22, 2006

Air Law

The CAA written exams.

One of the first subjects to study is Air Law. This is 180 pages of rules and regs. plus procedures. It also contains all the useful details on the various methods of signalling at airfields. Understanding the rules of the air is important.

Knowing who has right of way in all situations helps avoid unforseen incidents.

I found this one of the hardest subjects to learn just through the sheer volume of things that need to be remembered.

This coming Tuesday, I have got a flying lesson booked at Blackbushe where I expect to be revising circuits (as long as the weather allows). This will be my last lesson in the UK before heading off to Florida on the 6th February.
Keeping up circuit practice has been a problem over the last couple of months having only got into the circuit twice since the start of December.


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