Another great accomplishment by one of our students, breaking a new world record and beating the previous world records: world's first pilot school that successfully broke the world record in printing the world's fastest Commercial Pilot Instrument, in just 115 days with the USA FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) license and the Indonesian pilot who successfully graduated in 115 days was Farandi Angesti, 19, who graduated in May 2018. Now, the title has been taken by Jiva Ananthan Viseikumaran who completed his Commercial Pilot with Instrument Rating in only 80 days!
Holding patterns is the pattern, or manoeuvres, that an aircraft takes before landing. However, the question still remains, why are holding patterns important? Why can’t the plane just land? Why do they have to enter holding patterns? Often times, you can see aircrafts circling radio beacons, this is because they are not able to land yet and are currently in holding, usually in an oval pattern.
Holding patterns have become a crucial part of aviation in terms of safety. However, what is a holding pattern and why do we have holding patterns? A holding pattern is the pattern, or ma-noeuvres, that an aircraft takes before landing. Often times, you can see aircrafts circling radio beacons, this is because they are not able to land yet and are currently in holding, usually in an oval pattern.
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.