Hear from Our Pilots
Your videos are gold! The visuals were very helpful in trying to understand something on a micro level. I found myself thinking if only someone could make diagrams and then found this beauty. Thanks for this!
- Shawn Holmes
I actually got this. Fantastic on you for putting this in a way I can get, wish I had professors like you when I was learning math, physics...
- William Potts
Love the clear, patient and calm presentation! For me, I find this type of communication more effective; I personally need amplification of basic principles and a calm instructor who makes the subject matter clear. As a novice who doesn't want to drink from a fire hydrant of information, I'm very impressed. Thanks!
- JL Murrel
Your content is no-nonsense to the point and precisely filling a gap a lot of other guys are filling with some sort of vanity. Well done and keep at it!
- Drew Rodaniche
One of the best, most applicable lessons I've ever seen on airspace!! Well done.
- Veni Amavi
I especially liked your scientific approach of gathering empiric evidence; this is what really convinced me and let me grasp the concepts. Thanks again! More pilot training courses please.
- Robert Schultz
This course will get you ready for your next IPC
FlightInsight was created by a University Aerospace Professor who wanted pilots everywhere to have access to the same comprehensive, rigorous training curriculum that students have. Preview the course here!
The IPC prep course takes topics and concepts from the popular Instrument Online Ground School, and focuses them for you.
Dan George is a Certified Flight Instructor based in Maryland. He has accumulated over 3,000 flight hours, mostly through instructing students. He has guided dozens of pilots through the challenging process of attaining their Private or advanced ratings. Dan serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland, teaching Aviation in the Aerospace Engineering Department. He is an instrument rated Commercial Pilot with Single and Multiengine Land ratings, and is an FAA Gold Seal Flight Instructor and Instrument Instructor.
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What is "Ground" School?
Becoming a pilot involves both flight training in the cockpit and ground training outside the airplane. Flight training gives you the practical experience you need to become a pilot, while ground training gives you the knowledge you need to apply those skills. In our experience, the more time you spend in ground training the easier you'll find flight training and the less time you'll need to repeat tasks, saving you money!
You can take ground school whenever you want. The most successful students, however conduct flight and ground training at roughly the same time, so that the one reinforces the other. FlightInsight can help you do this by streamlining your ground training schedule. With the flexibility of taking this training whenever you want, you'll be able to more easily match it up with your flight training.