Welcome

Dylan Aviation School of Airmanship is a stick and rudder flight school specializing in aerobatic training, emergency maneuver training, spin and upset recovery, and tailwheel training.

Offered Flight Training

Fly Dylan Aviation School of Aerobatics and Airmanship
located at Indiantown Fla. and enjoy a five star venue:

  • Location – Indiantown Airport (X58); Great weather and close to ocean and south Florida attractions.
  • Dual Instruction –  fly with Master CFI-Aerobatic
  • A proven syllabus – that promotes learning, understanding and a lot of fun!
  • Fly a Super Decathlon – a forgiving airplane with super performance.
  • Hospitality – Authentic country inn offers over night southern hospitality.

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Latest From Hanger Talk and This Month’s Featured Training Video

Flying tips, anecdotes and comments that promote flying for fun, flying with style and flying safely:

Maneuvers that Develop Aerobatic and Tailwheel Skills – The Climbing Turn

Many pilots have difficulty preforming the climbing turn. A typical mistake is allowing the pitch to change – the pilot fails to hold the nose Read more...

Tailwheel Skills: Fly a Stable Approach

Landing an airplane begins with a downwind. The pilot should be trimmed for airspeed with power set for level flight. The next moment is critical; Read more...

Airmanship – Landing Without Your Engine

Carrying “extra” airspeed when maneuvering does not preclude a stall. You should know an airplane can stall at any airspeed. The load, elevator back pressure, Read more...

Aerobatics and Airmanship – A Tip from Bob Hoover

Initiating a roll is a balancing act using pressure in pitch and rudder to control yaw. Use the control you need to control the nose Read more...

Tail Wheel Science – Gyroscopic Yaw

During descending flight, P factor will yaw the airplane right (no that is not a cross wind). If the pilot pulls from any attitude, gyroscopic Read more...