Basic Aerobatics

Five 2-Hour Lessons – Total Cost $1250

Inverted flight is just like upright; well, kind of.
Inverted flight is just like upright; well, kind of.

Do you have a pent up propensity to roll an airplane, or maybe do a loop? Perhaps you have done some aerobatics, and want to do more. Are you considering buying an aerobatic airplane, but you are concerned about safety? Do you want to put fun into your flying? Basic Aerobatic Training at Dylan Aviation School of Aerobatics and Airmanship is a great place to start.

The syllabus for this course includes five hours of ground instruction plus two and a half hours of dual aerobatic flight time. Your safety is paramount. In your first lesson, you learn to recognize and recover from aggravated stalls, unusual attitudes and spins. During your next three lessons, you will learn the four basic aerobatic skills:

  • Lines (45 degree and vertical)
  • Loops
  • Turns
  • Rolls

You will learn to “mix and match” those skills to fly more complex aerobatic figures; for example, the popular half-Cuban, a standard air show maneuver, incorporates three basic skills:

  • 5/8 of a loop,
  • 45 degree inverted down line,
  • ½ roll.

In the final lesson, you will experience the fun of flying an aerobatic sequence. You will amaze yourself as you apply your new skills to fly a plethora of aerobatic figures that include:

  • 45 up, spin, half Cuban or shark tooth and loop
  • Wedge, wing over, 2 – point roll, 180 turn, aileron roll
  • 45 up, spin, half Cuban, loop, wing over, aileron roll

Release your propensity to roll, improve your stick and rudder skills and assuage your concerns about stalls and spins. Flying two flights per day, you will complete this training in three days.  

Call 772-485-6761 or e-mail today to reserve a date for your Basic Aerobatic Training.

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Sport Aerobatics

Six 2-Hour Lessons – Total Cost $1500 

You satisfied your propensity to roll an airplane with a basic aerobatics course, but now you want more. Sport Aerobatics is a continuation of Basic Aerobatic Training. During six hours of ground school and three hours of aerobatic flight time, you will:

  • Learn about power management and energy conservation;
  • Learn about Aresti, the system that describes aerobatic figures, and assigns them to families; for example, the Split S, Immelman and Goldfish, are figures from the loop family of figures.
  • Fly aerobatic figures from a different family of figures during each of the first four lessons. You will learn to fly the most popular figures from each of the following families: Loops, Lines and Angles, Hammerheads and Combinations of Lines and Loops.
  • Learn to develop and fly aerobatic sequences in the final two lessons.

If you have more than a casual interest in aerobatics, you do not want to miss this training. Flying two flights per day, you will complete Sport Aerobatics in three days.

Call 772-485-6761 or e-mail today to reserve a date for your Sport Aerobatic Training.