The basics of ultralight aviation
Understanding the basics of flight theory is essential for any new pilot. This allows you to acquire a complete knowledge of aviation systems, from aerodynamics and basic navigation to regulations, safety procedures and much more. By learning the basics, you will have a better understanding of how ultralight aircraft work and you will be able to make more informed decisions on your future flights;
Our theory lessons are taught by experienced and knowledgeable instructors who will answer all your questions and provide you with the tools you need to become an accomplished pilot. We also offer more advanced modules for those wishing to learn more about specific topics such as meteorology, navigation or device systems;
With our theoretical training program, you will be able to access a library of online resources, in order to continue learning and refreshing your knowledge at all times. The course also includes practice exams so you can test yourself and get an idea of any knowledge gaps you may have;
After successfully completing the theoretical course, you can move on to practical flight training and experience the thrill of piloting an ultralight aircraft.
By enrolling in our theoretical training course, you take the first step towards realizing your dream of becoming a pilot. We're here to help you along the way and make sure you develop all the skills and knowledge needed to become a safe and confident aviator! So what are you waiting for? Sign up today and start your journey!
For more information or to register for one of our ground lessons, call us at (418) 717-7069 . We look forward to helping you take the first step to becoming an ultralight pilot.
The theoretical course is $600 (taxes included)
PART I – (8 hours)
- Introduction (2 hours)
- Theory of Flight (2 hours)
- Pendulum mechanics (2 hours)
- Human Factors (1 hour)
- Syndromes and dangers (1/2 hour)
- Emergency procedures (1/2 hour)
PART II – (4 hours)
- Weather (2 hours)
- Radio (2 hours)
PART III – (8 hours)
- Sailing (6 hours)
- Regulations (2 hours)
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