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Airplane Navigation Part Two: How to Navigate When the Wind Blows
In this part two of our airplane navigation class, we will learn how airplane pilots navigate from one point to another when the wind blows, causing the airplane to drift.
In this part two course of aircraft navigation, we will learn how pilots calculate for wind drift (when the wind blows the airplane away from its desired direction of flight). This class is the second part of our beginner airplane navigation class, and therefore it is highly recommended that the student takes the Introduction to Airplane Navigation class. In this one time class we will learn and complete: • What is wind drift, and why is it important to calculate it? • How we calculate for...
Students will be able to understand what wind drift is, and why it is important to know. Students will be able to calculate wind drift using an E6B calculator by solving a wind drift math problem. Finally, students will be able to use what they have learned about wind drift, by applying it to a simulated flight from one airport to another airport.
Hello and welcome to my class! I am a certificated pilot, and I currently fly a 1966 Cessna 182J. I have a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management and I also fly for a virtual airline, flying a Boeing 737-300.
1 file available upon enrollmentA pencil and paper is recommended for class activities. We will be accessing the aviation charts through Skyvector.com. Sky Vector allows you to view current and real world aviation charts from your web browser for free. Upon enrollment, the navigation log that will be used in class will be available for download, and if possible, we would recommend printing it out. We will use Youtube to view our simulated flight from one airport to another.
Meet the teacher
Hello, and thank you for visiting. I am a teacher with the city of San Bernardino, CA. I hold a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management, and I am a certificated pilot, who is always learning. I fly a 1966 Cessna 182 Skylane and a 1979 Cessna...
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