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In flight training, there are basically two parts to complete íV a theory part and practical part. To begin with, you will need the knowledge in areas such as aerodynamics, principles of flying, human performance and limitations, etc. Then you will have to put theory into practice in trying to fly a plane.

But before you really board a plane to practise what you have learned, there is an important part that you must master íV the procedures. Different countries and different airports do have their own set of rules and protocol to follow. To be able to comply with these rules and procedures are crucial for pilots, especially student pilots, in maintaining flight safety. <live ATC radio calls>

A lot of student pilots find it quite difficult to fly in an unfamiliar environment. We therefore have tailor-made our courses to the particular airfield that you are going to fly later in Australia. We follow the requirement and procedures of that particular airfield and its associated training areas and landmarks, reporting points for the design of our flight simulation exercises.

Thanks to the latest Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology on the Internet, we make use of satellite images to help students understand how flying is really like. Such experience is particularly useful to student pilots for visual navigational flying and is only made possible in the very recent years.

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