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Ultralight pilot

 

 

 

The U.L.M. pilot course official allows students to obtain the official title enables you to fly light aircraft up to 450 kg. weight. To obtain a pilot's license is required theoretical and practical classes of ultralight flying.

The basic course consists of ten hours of flight and lectures during the promotion. The lectures are held in Burgos Airport.

Practical classes are also conducted at the airport can fly every day of the week (Monday through Sunday).

 

The course can be accessed by anyone from 16 years to any age limit. No physical preparation is required nor culturally determined. The documentation required to complete the course and obtain a student pilot's card:

Medical certificate (see the doctors)
Photocopy of ID
3 passport photos

 

The theoretical course covers the following subjects:

Order of April 24, 1986 for regulating the ULM flight. Rules of the Air.
Obligations of the aircraft commander.
Airworthiness and safety precautions.
Signs.
Phonetic Alphabet.
Distress communications and action in case of danger.
Phraseology.
Division airspace areas R, D and P.

 

 

Aerodynamics and Principles of Flight.
Airfoil.
The lift.
The wing.
The axes of rotation.
Stability.
Flight control knobs.
Lift devices.
Controls on the ULM.
The loss and the bit.
The load factor.
 
 
 
Flight performance and planning.
Procedure ground (preflight).
Air density and its influence on the proceedings.
Peel.
Flight.
Turns.
Landing.
Traffic circuits.
Thermal and turbulence
Emergencies.

 

 

 

 

The development of practical classes begin that the student is comfortable in the air, at this stage the student must mainly familiar with the controls of the aircraft, later we started making turns more pronounced, from 30 ° to 45 °, promotions and steepest and begin to realize losses and slow flight.

The next phase is proceeding with the aerodrome circuit where you will apply what they have learned, keeping track of communications and developing the flight around the airfield runway. Once mastered this part is when practicing takeoffs shots and until it is mastered.

From here is where the release is given to the student, the first time that students fly solo.

To complete the training will be a navigation to another airfield to practice navigation and the experience of going to another airfield.

And finally the practical exam, which will consist of making traffic on the airfield, a takeoff and a power, under the gaze of the examiner.

 


The course includes 10 hours of flight, the lectures during the course, the theoretical manual, manual student tracking, and aircraft manual.

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