To date, my most comprehensive flight experience came on the 8th April 2014 in the form of a lesson in G-BZWG, a Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee. Originally, my wife had purchased a one hour flying experience from Panshanger aerodrome as an anniversary gift, but having already had some time in light aircraft cockpits before, I asked them if the experience could be treated more as a lesson – and they were happy to oblige! Continue reading “My Finest Hour”
The first step of my journey is to obtain a LAPL medical certificate. Without that, I cannot even start to learn to fly. The examination is less stringent than that required for a Private Pilot’s License (PPL), so I’m reasonably confident that I won’t fail it. However, it would be a shame to fall at the first hurdle! Once the certificate has been issued, I can then make arrangements to join the flying club, obtain my starting equipment and begin my lessons with Devon & Somerset Flight Training at EGTU Dunkeswell.