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One might consider reading books about aviation weather. Weather Flying by Robert Buck is timeless, and is good for VFR and IFR flight. All my primary and instrument students read it. I cannot remember any student complaining about having assigned reading in that book. One way is to start by looking at the PROG charts about two days in advance and ...


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Please tell your instructor from myself, another flight instructor, that he is, to put it delicately, completely full of sh*t. Here's the thing about flying an aircraft. It encompasses a wide range of skills and abilities which will highlight your strengths and weaknesses as a human being. A student pilot may be quite skilled with flying, say, steep turns,...


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