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In this episode, Jason presents questions that you will find on your Private Pilot check ride. https://www.audible.com/pd/Pass-Your-Private-Pilot-Checkride-Your-FAA-Checkride-Examiners-Favorite-Questions-Audiobook/B07C2H6SQF https://www.facebook.com/events/488442953078945/permalink/488442963078944/על ידי Private Pilot Podcast by MzeroA.com
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Today, we talk about operations in cold weather! The procedures are typically the same, but there are slight variations and extra steps you should take to make sure that flight is safe and goes off without a hitch! Questions, comment, or know a sponsor? Email me at - simon.isidore53@gmail.com A link to…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! What a journey it has been over the past 12 months in sharing aviation knowledge with you. There is no end in sight for this podcast, and in this episode, I share with you the procedures for short and soft field takeoffs and landings! Questions, comment, or know a sponsor? Email me at - simon.isidore53…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In this week's episode, we discuss maneuvers which you will do on your private pilot checkride. From stalls to slow flight, ground reference and even straight and level flight, all maneuvers have a purpose in more practical situations, so make sure you are practicing your maneuvers. Questions, comment,…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In this week's episode, we discuss aviation news from the past month! From the delay of the rollout of 5G networks to virtual ATC towers, from research about proficiency from Embry-Riddle and increasing situation awareness, there is lots of news you won't want to miss! Questions, comment, or know a spo…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Oftentimes, we focus on Class B, C, and D airspace in our private pilot training, but there are many other types of airspace, many of which you won't encounter daily, but will probably encounter some time during your journey as a pilot. Tune in to this week's episode to learn about a few of them! Quest…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! When you are flying VFR, instruments help you keep the aircraft in safe attitudes and airspeeds. However, when you are in IFR flight, your instruments provide all the information to ensure a safe flight! It is always best to have a good understanding of all the systems of your instruments, that way, if…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In this week's episode, I share with you the very basics of aircraft electrical systems. While the systems are incredibly complex, your knowledge that is required for your DPE will never ask you about how each detailed component works, though it is a good idea to have a more complex understanding of th…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In this week's episode we review news from the past month! From a decrease in fatal experimental aircraft accidents and 0 accidents or incidents for members of the CJP, to Women in Aviations successful International Girls in Aviation Day, and so much more! Make sure to tune in to catch all the aviation…
 
Welcome to this week's episode! Being from the north, aircraft icing is a big problem in the winter. It can make many days un-flyable, but with proper planning and avoidance, your winter flights can be safe! The cooler weather does not mean that you cannot fly, but on a clear day can actually increase aircraft performance. Questions, comment, or kn…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Without an airport, no fixed wing airport would be able to fly. The operations of an airport can seem difficult and complex, but in reality, they are very systematic like the rest of flying! As long as you are well versed in airport operations in the classroom, it will be a breeze in the airplane! Ques…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Every pilot will experience risks and hazards during their career as a pilot. That being said, however, this doesn't mean that you are completely helpless if something does go wrong. With the right risk management and mitigation techniques, you can ensure a safe flight nearly every time! Questions, com…
 
EDITORS NOTE: At about 13:00, Jason discusses carb icing and states 72 degrees. The answer, according to an AOPA Safety Brief, is up to 100 degrees F at 50% humidity. Here is the link to the Safety Brief. https://www.aopa.org/-/media/Files/AOPA/Home/Pilot%20Resources/ASI/Safety%20Briefs/SB09.pdfעל ידי Private Pilot Podcast by MzeroA.com
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! From second quarter aircraft sales to the new and improved camera weather system, and from the new Piper M600/SLS simulator at legacy aircraft and an increase in aviation laser attacks, make sure to tune in to this weeks episode to make sure you get caught up on all your aviation news from the past mon…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Whether it has been 6 months of 20 years, a reintroduction to aviation can seem intimidating. You should make sure to review all the material you learned in your private pilot and other training! This episode is a brief introduction to what you should know as well as a list of resources to help you fee…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Before you even begin your preflight inspections, you should make sure that all the required documents are aboard your aircraft! The acronym ARROW is incredibly helpful in ensuring that what needs to be aboard is aboard! Listen to this weeks episode to find out more about the specific regulations! Ques…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Flying at night is one of the most rewarding parts of flying VFR! Seeing the dim lights of the city below you or the blackness of a desolate field greeted by the stars above is truly beautiful. However, VFR night flight can cause serious problems if the proper precautions are not taken. In this week's …
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Single Pilot IFR has a higher accident rate in GA pilots than any other IFR related incidents. While it is possible, it requires extra planning, preparation and dedication. Distractions in any IFR situation can prove fatal if not dealt with properly. Questions, comment, or know a sponsor? Email me at -…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Avionics sales were down from first quarter of last year, but up two percent from second quarter! Major strides have been made in ADSB-Out and GPS navigation for drones, and there is a world record circumnavigation attempt underway! Listen to this week's episode to find out all about this month's news …
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Whether you are a high time airline pilot or a new private pilot student, ATC communications are often a source of angst. While there is no better practice than the real thing, there are ways to practice on the ground and in the air to make your ATC communications clear and concise! Questions or commen…
 
Welcome to this weeks episode of Squawk 5353! In this weeks episode, I talk about the new regulations regarding LSA, allowing you to fly for half the cost, half the time, and without needing an FAA medical from an AME! While there are certain limitations, you still have a lot of freedom with your newly earned sport pilot license! Questions or comme…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I share with you tips and tricks I have gained over the years to help me perfect my landings. Even the best of pilots have bad landings, but with practice and focus, you can say goodbye to the days of floating down half the runway! Questions or comments? Email me at - simon.isidore5…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! What a show we had at EAA AirVenture this year! Join me as a I recap statistics from this year and look at stories from the past month in aviation, including advancements for BasicMed and new regulations regarding training in LSA, Warbird, and Experimental Aircraft. Questions or comments? Email me at -…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I share ways for you to help afford your private pilot license. It is very expensive, but there are multiple ways to make your pilot's license more affordable! Make sure to share this episode with a future pilot! Questions or comments? Email me at - simon.isidore53@gmail.com A link …
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I go through and debrief the various other arrivals in EAA, including the Warbird/Turbine arrival, the Seaplane arrivals, and arrivals into other local airports! Finally I finish with telling you how to make the most of your Oshkosh experience using the designated EAA AirVenture App…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I go through and debrief the VFR Arrival and Departure procedures into this year's EAA AirVenture! Make sure to read the NOTAM yourself if you are planning on flying in, but this is a good place to start! Questions or comments? Email me at - simon.isidore53@gmail.com A link to my Pa…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I share the aviation from the past month! From flying cars to a Boeing 737-200 landing in the ocean, there is lots of news you won't want to miss! Here is a link to the survey mentioned in today's episode! - Questions or comments? Email me at - simon.isidore53@gmail.com A link to my…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I share the importance of understanding weight and balance! Before each flight, you should make sure your airplane is within the safe flying envelope provided to you by your aircrafts weight and balance sheet! Then, I apply it to real life accidents! Questions or comments? Email me …
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I look at what you need to know before taking your PPL Written Test. I don't cover any of the material, but rather what you should be doing to mentally and physically prepare, as well the required materials and the process of scheduling an exam! Questions or comments? Email me at - …
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I take a review of the past six months. It's crazy to think that it has been that long since I first started, but it truly has been a joy! I also look at some of the most important FARs that you will need to know as a private pilot! DISCLAIMER - Not all regulations were mentioned in…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! In today's episode, I discuss the different options of electronic flight bags, or EFB's. While there are more stringent legal issues for Part 135 Operations, you have quite a few options if operating under Part 91! DISCLAIMER - Not all regulations were mentioned in this episode. Make sure to do your ow…
 
Happy June everyone! In this weeks episode, as it is the first episode of the month, will focus on general aviation news from the past month! From aircraft sales outlooks to aviation survival tips, and avionics sales and ATC modernization, stay tuned so you don't miss any of the details! Questions or comments? Email me at - simon.isidore53@gmail.co…
 
Although I said I was going to interview my former flight instructor, she got called out to fly, and so I chose to look at Cross Country Flight Planning! This is a skill that you are going to use for much of your time as a private pilot, both in training and in the real world. While you can do it digitally, it is a good skill to be able to do it by…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Aviation weather is a key decision making factor in your go-no-go decisions. Weather can change in an instant, but if you have a complex understanding, you can be better prepared to make informed decisions! Questions or comments? Email me at - simon.isidore53@gmail.com A link to my Patreon - https://ww…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Sorry for the later release, it has been a truly crazy week! In this week's episode I talk about tips that I have for every student pilot for their first solo. Soloing is one of the major achievements of a student pilot, so make sure that you are prepared and can enjoy the moment! Questions or comments…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! April was filled with aviation news from across the country. Sun 'n Fun was a huge success and plans for EAA Airventure are in the works! The future of electric turboprops is growing, with a new 8 seat twin turboprop from Bye Aviation. New studies have shown different ways of deterring animals on the a…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Many G.A. aircraft are being transitioned out of their classic steams gauges and into the G1000. The G1000 is the most popular fully integrated glass cockpit system and if you can understand the basic systems, you can apply it to other parts of the aircraft! Questions or comments? Email me at - simon.i…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Although many pilots choose to rent aircraft rather than own their own, your DPE will still most likely ask you about maintenance required to keep your aircraft airworthy! As well as maintenance performed by an certified mechanic, you as an operator can perform select macitence on your airplane Questio…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Squawk 5353! Many pilots fear emergency situations, but if you are well prepared and have a good understanding of your airplane, you will be a much safer pilot. Make sure you review your aircrafts specific procedures because it can change from airplane to airplane! Questions or comments? Email me at - simon.isidore…
 
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