Advanced Flying

Experience flying in a whole new light. Twilight and evening hours are some of the most beautiful times to be in the air. And after all, only being qualified to fly during the day means you’re missing out on half the fun.

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Need to go over some clouds to a sunny destination? Not a problem! VFR Over the Top expands your horizons and enhances your skill in instrument navigation.

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Vancouver area has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world just a few flying minutes away. Mountains rise to the North and East, with hundreds of miles of mountain valleys and peaks to be explored.

Read More: Mtn. Check

Getting comfortable coming to and from major international airports, transiting their zones and sharing the radio frequency with AirCanada and Westjet - is a matter of good preparation of the trip and some specific skills.

Read More: Class C Check

The classroom seminar covers a variety of relevant topics on border crossing and flying in the United States. 

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There is nothing more exciting and breathtaking than when the wheels of your plane touch the ocean washed sand. You will learn all about beach landing techniques and will simply have an unforgettable day! 

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Prerequisite: a licensed pilot

Do you know how you will act if your airplane inadvertently gets in an unusual attitude? How safe are you? Can you be fully aware of the situation and recover from it, saving the life of yourself and your passengers? 

Read More: Upset Training

Some say, this is where the real flying is... Whether it is true or not, flying a tailwheel plane expands your flying horizons and is a lot of fun! An almost must-do for commercial pilots, very much recommended for everyone!

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Put the world upside down! Nothing will sharpen your piloting skills more than getting control of a powerful plane in all imaginable flight configurations.

Are you up for the challenge? Start your aerobatic training now!

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