Are you a Singaporean Citizen and a Private Pilot License (PPL) holder? Then what will be discussed here would be perfect for you. With the restrictions put in line for Singaporean PPL holders, which states that Singaporean PPL holders are not allowed to fly cross-country. What good is your Private Pilot License if you can’t use it to its utmost potential? Well, that is why we, 14DAYPILOT Flight Academy, are here. The objective of our Cross-country training program is to lift the restrictions on the Singapore Restricted PPL in order to obtain a full Singaporean PPL that would allow you to fly cross country.
Whether you are a regular scuba diver or a beginner, flying after diving is a BIG NO so if you think you’re immune to all the dangers, think again. When it comes to scuba diving and flying, this is something that is often overlooked. We do not want to be going on a nice vacation and coming back home suffering from Decompression Sickness (DCS). But, why is flying after diving so bad? What’s really going to happen to our body? Well, buckle up, you’re in for a ride.
You might have heard about the 14 day Private Pilot flying lesson, but are you familiar with the other 4? 14DAYPILOT Flight Academy provides you with a range of flying lessons that would guide you to your dreams of becoming a pilot beginning with the Private Pilot License (PPL) up to obtaining your Commercial Pilot License or even become a Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI).
What is Hypoxia? Why is it so dangerous? These common questions may have simple answers, but there is more to it than what meets the eyes such as the question of what does the aircrew do when a passenger is suffering from hypoxia? When does risk of hypoxia cross the border from safe to unsafe? Buckle up, because we will be breaking it all down here.