Access to Experts 

Connect:  Instructors - Educators - Mentors

We're building a network of experts in every field of aviation that you can access for knowledge and hands-on training.  This is a burgeoning community for pilots, students, flight instructors and aviation enthusiasts.  Opportunities include scenario-based training, proficiency, transition, stick & rudder, back country, UAV, tail wheel, IFR, and much more.

 

Choose from an initial assortment of live Events and on-demand Programs featuring instructors, educators and mentors.  Stay on this frequency for updates.

Instructors - Educators - Experts

Mike Dorris

A pilot shares a rich family flying history of people, places and planes from the Idaho backcountry.

Expert Wilderness History and Outdoor Access

Experts

Choose from a powerful network of instructors, educators and mentors.  These are subject matter experts who are united in their love of aviation and teaching.  Connect with live Events, one-to-one or in a groups with one-to-more.  Watch professionally produced Programs on-demand.  Get the knowledge you want, and the training you need, directly from a trusted source.

Pilot Proficiency Center at AirVenture

New location, new building and an al new program for the 2022 Pilot Proficiency Center at AirVenture. Register now for a seat at one of eleven half-day clinics covering subjects from IFR to backcountry flying.

Expert Experimental Aircraft Association

Events

Connect live with experts from around the world.  Choose from a wide array of aviation topics and subjects.  Get the answers you need and the knowledge you want.  One-to-One or One-to-More.

Learn to Turn

Antidote for Loss of Control in Flight

Pilots do turns all the time. But if pilots thoroughly understood and were competent with turns, why do too many of them intentionally skid into a spin when overshooting the turn to final, or when attempting to turn back to the runway following engine failure on takeoff?

Expert Rich Stowell

Programs

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Learn - Do - Fly

A good pilot is a healthy mix of mathematician, scientist and athlete, part mechanic and all curiosity.  They must know everything about their airplane;  control surfaces, power plant, the avionic systems, tire pressure.  Because, while the heart of an airplane is metal, fabric or composite;  the bloodstream fuel and oil, its brain is the person who flies it.

Adopted from Wings for this Man, AAF 1945