PPL #6 AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE

Lecture Hall

During this session we will discuss care of the airplane, weight and balance, factors affecting aircraft performance and performance charts, wake turbulence, and handling flight abnormalities. Reference: From the Ground…

PPL #3 FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS

Lecture Hall

This lesson will involve an analysis of atmospheric pressure, the pitot static system, gyroscopic theory and associated instruments. The magnetic compass will also be discussed. Reference: From the Ground Up:…

PPL #15 RADIO & ELECTRONIC THEORY

Lecture Hall

In this class we will discuss radio wave theory, the theory of operation, application of various radio aids to navigation including VORs, NDBs & ADFs, DME, VORTACs, TACANs, GPS, radar,…

PPL #10 MET 3: WEATHER INTERPRETATION

Lecture Hall

This lesson will involve a look at available sources of weather data, decoding and analyzing weather observations and forecasts such as METARs, TAFs, FDs, and GFAs. Reference: From the Ground…

PPL #7 DOCUMENTS, SMS & PSTAR

Lecture Hall

The aim of this class is to review rules of the air and procedures. Students are expected to study the AIM references outlined in the PSTAR study guide PRIOR to…

PPL #4 CARS & FLIGHT OPERATIONS

Lecture Hall

Topics to include aerodrome layout, traffic procedures, the Canadian Airspace System, radio wave theory and frequency bands, radio communication facilities and procedures. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 89 –…

PPL #16 PHYSIOLOGY & PDM

Lecture Hall

During this session we will discuss medical factors affecting pilots such as; hypoxia, carbon monoxide poisoning, hyperventilation, decompression sickness, sensory illusions, alcohol, drugs, blood donation, fatigue, pregnancy, nutrition, stress and…

PPL #11 FLIGHT COMPUTERS

Lecture Hall

During this session we will discuss how to use your E6B flight computer. Time, speed and distance, fuel consumption, fuel burn, true altitude and wind correction calculations plus many more.…

PPL #8 MET 1: BASIC THEORY

Lecture Hall

In this class we will discuss the atmosphere, clouds, pressure, winds, humidity, temperature and stability. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 123 – 140, Royal Canadian Air Force Weather Manual

PPL #5 AIRFRAMES, ENGINES & SYSTEMS

Lecture Hall

Topics covered will include types of combustion engines, the four stroke cycle, engine timing, cooling, lubrication, fuel systems, carburetors, mixture control, exhaust system, ignition system, electrical system, propellers, engine instruments…

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The Brampton-Caledon Airport is close to Toronto, allowing easy access to all of Canada’s 400 series highways.

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