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January 2022

PPL #12 Nav 1 – Basic Nav

January 26 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

During this session we will discuss latitude and longitude, the earth’s magnetism and aeronautical charts. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 176 – 192,

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PPL #8 MET 1: BASIC THEORY

January 27 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

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PPL #4 CARS & FLIGHT OPERATIONS

January 29 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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 – 106, Flight Training Manual: pages 206 – 209 and RTOC study guide

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February 2022

PPL #1 INTRO AND SMS

February 1 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

This lesson covers the basic rules and regulations of the Brampton Flying Club, licensing requirements for PPL and RPP, and also covers operational procedures for our Safety Management System.

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PPL #14 NAV 3 : FLIGHT PLANNING

February 2 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Continuation of PVT #12 with focus on getting weather info, using the flight computer to come up with navigational and performance figures, filling and using en route log, filling out an ICAO flight plan form and role of FSS. This class relies on the skills learnt during the previous two Nav classes. Reference: VNC, POH, CFS and Flight Computer (E6B/CX-2/CX-3) User Manual

Find out more »

PPL #10 MET 3: WEATHER INTERPRETATION

February 3 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 Up: pages 163 – 177, AIM MET section, Aviation Weather Services Guide

Find out more »

PPL #5 AIRFRAMES, ENGINES & SYSTEMS

February 5 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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 and engine operation considerations. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 3 – 13, 47 – 83 and Flight Training Manual: pages 40 ? 44.

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PPL #2 AERODYNAMICS AND THEORY OF FLIGHT

February 8 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

During this session we will discuss airframe construction, forces acting on an aircraft in flight, movements and controls, aircraft stability and flight performance. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 15 – 33 and Flight Training Manual: pages 3 ? 15.

Find out more »

PPL #15 RADIO & ELECTRONIC THEORY

February 9 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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, transponders and ELTs. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 231 – 258.

Find out more »

PPL #11 FLIGHT COMPUTERS

February 10 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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. Reference: Flight Computer (E6B/CX-2/CX-3) User Manual

Find out more »

PPL #6 AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE

February 12 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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 Up: pages 263 – 298, AIM AIR section, POH

Find out more »

PPL #3 FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS

February 15 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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: pages 33 – 47

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PPL #16 PHYSIOLOGY & PDM

February 16 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 physical fitness. Also this class analyzes the pilot decision making process and other related issues such as pilot attitude, the “DECIDE” process, human factors, and air safety. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 309 – 323 and AIM AIR section

Find out more »

PPL #12 Nav 1 – Basic Nav

February 17 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

During this session we will discuss latitude and longitude, the earth’s magnetism and aeronautical charts. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 176 – 192,

Find out more »

PPL #7 LICENSING REQ. & PSTAR EXAM

February 19 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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 attending this class. Please come prepared to write the PSTAR exam. Reference: PSTAR study guide, AIM and CARs

Find out more »

PPL #4 CARS & FLIGHT OPERATIONS

February 22 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 – 106, Flight Training Manual: pages 206 – 209 and RTOC study guide

Find out more »

PPL #13 NAV 2: INTRO TO FLIGHT PLANNING

February 24 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

This is a practical class involving navigation problems as well as preparing the chart and flight log for a cross country trip: Brampton to Collingwood to Muskoka and return via the same route. By the end of the class, initial preparation for the trip is completed including topics such as extracting info from the CFS, preparing the chart, checking NOTAMs and filling up the Nav log without any weather info. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 192 – 208.

Find out more »

PPL #8 MET 1: BASIC THEORY

February 26 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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

Find out more »

March 2022

PPL #5 AIRFRAMES, ENGINES & SYSTEMS

March 1 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 and engine operation considerations. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 3 – 13, 47 – 83 and Flight Training Manual: pages 40 ? 44.

Find out more »

PPL #1 INTRO AND SMS

March 2 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

This lesson covers the basic rules and regulations of the Brampton Flying Club, licensing requirements for PPL and RPP, and also covers operational procedures for our Safety Management System.

Find out more »

PPL #14 NAV 3 : FLIGHT PLANNING

March 3 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Continuation of PVT #12 with focus on getting weather info, using the flight computer to come up with navigational and performance figures, filling and using en route log, filling out an ICAO flight plan form and role of FSS. This class relies on the skills learnt during the previous two Nav classes. Reference: VNC, POH, CFS and Flight Computer (E6B/CX-2/CX-3) User Manual

Find out more »

PPL #9 MET 2: AIR MASSES, FRONTS & HAZARDS

March 5 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Topics will include air masses, fronts, precipitation, fog types, thunderstorms, icing and turbulence. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 140 – 163, Royal Canadian Air Force Weather Manual

Find out more »

PPL #6 AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE

March 8 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 Up: pages 263 – 298, AIM AIR section, POH

Find out more »

PPL #2 AERODYNAMICS AND THEORY OF FLIGHT

March 9 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

During this session we will discuss airframe construction, forces acting on an aircraft in flight, movements and controls, aircraft stability and flight performance. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 15 – 33 and Flight Training Manual: pages 3 ? 15.

Find out more »

PPL #15 RADIO & ELECTRONIC THEORY

March 10 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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, transponders and ELTs. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 231 – 258.

Find out more »

PPL #10 MET 3: WEATHER INTERPRETATION

March 12 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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 Up: pages 163 – 177, AIM MET section, Aviation Weather Services Guide

Find out more »

PPL #7 LICENSING REQ. & PSTAR EXAM

March 15 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 attending this class. Please come prepared to write the PSTAR exam. Reference: PSTAR study guide, AIM and CARs

Find out more »

PPL #3 FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS

March 16 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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: pages 33 – 47

Find out more »

PPL #16 PHYSIOLOGY & PDM

March 17 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 physical fitness. Also this class analyzes the pilot decision making process and other related issues such as pilot attitude, the “DECIDE” process, human factors, and air safety. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 309 – 323 and AIM AIR section

Find out more »

PPL #11 FLIGHT COMPUTERS

March 19 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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. Reference: Flight Computer (E6B/CX-2/CX-3) User Manual

Find out more »

PPL #8 MET 1: BASIC THEORY

March 22 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Find out more »

PPL #12 Nav 1 – Basic Nav

March 26 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

During this session we will discuss latitude and longitude, the earth’s magnetism and aeronautical charts. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 176 – 192,

Find out more »

PPL #9 MET 2: AIR MASSES, FRONTS & HAZARDS

March 29 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Topics will include air masses, fronts, precipitation, fog types, thunderstorms, icing and turbulence. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 140 – 163, Royal Canadian Air Force Weather Manual

Find out more »

PPL #4 CARS & FLIGHT OPERATIONS

March 30 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 – 106, Flight Training Manual: pages 206 – 209 and RTOC study guide

Find out more »

April 2022

PPL #13 NAV 2: INTRO TO FLIGHT PLANNING

April 2 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

This is a practical class involving navigation problems as well as preparing the chart and flight log for a cross country trip: Brampton to Collingwood to Muskoka and return via the same route. By the end of the class, initial preparation for the trip is completed including topics such as extracting info from the CFS, preparing the chart, checking NOTAMs and filling up the Nav log without any weather info. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 192 – 208.

Find out more »

PPL #10 MET 3: WEATHER INTERPRETATION

April 5 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 Up: pages 163 – 177, AIM MET section, Aviation Weather Services Guide

Find out more »

PPL #6 AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE

April 6 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 Up: pages 263 – 298, AIM AIR section, POH

Find out more »

PPL #1 INTRO AND SMS

April 7 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

This lesson covers the basic rules and regulations of the Brampton Flying Club, licensing requirements for PPL and RPP, and also covers operational procedures for our Safety Management System.

Find out more »

PPL #14 NAV 3 : FLIGHT PLANNING

April 9 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Continuation of PVT #12 with focus on getting weather info, using the flight computer to come up with navigational and performance figures, filling and using en route log, filling out an ICAO flight plan form and role of FSS. This class relies on the skills learnt during the previous two Nav classes. Reference: VNC, POH, CFS and Flight Computer (E6B/CX-2/CX-3) User Manual

Find out more »

PPL #11 FLIGHT COMPUTERS

April 12 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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. Reference: Flight Computer (E6B/CX-2/CX-3) User Manual

Find out more »

PPL #7 LICENSING REQ. & PSTAR EXAM

April 13 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 attending this class. Please come prepared to write the PSTAR exam. Reference: PSTAR study guide, AIM and CARs

Find out more »

PPL #2 AERODYNAMICS AND THEORY OF FLIGHT

April 14 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

During this session we will discuss airframe construction, forces acting on an aircraft in flight, movements and controls, aircraft stability and flight performance. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 15 – 33 and Flight Training Manual: pages 3 ? 15.

Find out more »

PPL #15 RADIO & ELECTRONIC THEORY

April 16 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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, transponders and ELTs. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 231 – 258.

Find out more »

PPL #12 Nav 1 – Basic Nav

April 19 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

During this session we will discuss latitude and longitude, the earth’s magnetism and aeronautical charts. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 176 – 192,

Find out more »

PPL #8 MET 1: BASIC THEORY

April 20 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Find out more »

PPL #3 FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS

April 21 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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: pages 33 – 47

Find out more »

PPL #16 PHYSIOLOGY & PDM

April 23 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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 physical fitness. Also this class analyzes the pilot decision making process and other related issues such as pilot attitude, the “DECIDE” process, human factors, and air safety. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 309 – 323 and AIM AIR section

Find out more »

PPL #13 NAV 2: INTRO TO FLIGHT PLANNING

April 26 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

This is a practical class involving navigation problems as well as preparing the chart and flight log for a cross country trip: Brampton to Collingwood to Muskoka and return via the same route. By the end of the class, initial preparation for the trip is completed including topics such as extracting info from the CFS, preparing the chart, checking NOTAMs and filling up the Nav log without any weather info. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 192 – 208.

Find out more »

PPL #9 MET 2: AIR MASSES, FRONTS & HAZARDS

April 27 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Topics will include air masses, fronts, precipitation, fog types, thunderstorms, icing and turbulence. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 140 – 163, Royal Canadian Air Force Weather Manual

Find out more »

PPL #4 CARS & FLIGHT OPERATIONS

April 28 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 – 106, Flight Training Manual: pages 206 – 209 and RTOC study guide

Find out more »

May 2022

PPL #10 MET 3: WEATHER INTERPRETATION

May 4 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 Up: pages 163 – 177, AIM MET section, Aviation Weather Services Guide

Find out more »

PPL #5 AIRFRAMES, ENGINES & SYSTEMS

May 5 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 and engine operation considerations. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 3 – 13, 47 – 83 and Flight Training Manual: pages 40 ? 44.

Find out more »

PPL #1 INTRO AND SMS

May 7 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

This lesson covers the basic rules and regulations of the Brampton Flying Club, licensing requirements for PPL and RPP, and also covers operational procedures for our Safety Management System.

Find out more »

PPL #14 NAV 3 : FLIGHT PLANNING

May 7 @ 7:00 pm

Continuation of PVT #12 with focus on getting weather info, using the flight computer to come up with navigational and performance figures, filling and using en route log, filling out an ICAO flight plan form and role of FSS. This class relies on the skills learnt during the previous two Nav classes. Reference: VNC, POH, CFS and Flight Computer (E6B/CX-2/CX-3) User Manual

Find out more »

PPL #15 RADIO & ELECTRONIC THEORY

May 10 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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, transponders and ELTs. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 231 – 258.

Find out more »

PPL #11 FLIGHT COMPUTERS

May 11 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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. Reference: Flight Computer (E6B/CX-2/CX-3) User Manual

Find out more »

PPL #6 AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE

May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 Up: pages 263 – 298, AIM AIR section, POH

Find out more »

PPL #2 AERODYNAMICS AND THEORY OF FLIGHT

May 14 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

During this session we will discuss airframe construction, forces acting on an aircraft in flight, movements and controls, aircraft stability and flight performance. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 15 – 33 and Flight Training Manual: pages 3 ? 15.

Find out more »

PPL #16 PHYSIOLOGY & PDM

May 17 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 physical fitness. Also this class analyzes the pilot decision making process and other related issues such as pilot attitude, the “DECIDE” process, human factors, and air safety. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 309 – 323 and AIM AIR section

Find out more »

PPL #12 Nav 1 – Basic Nav

May 18 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

During this session we will discuss latitude and longitude, the earth’s magnetism and aeronautical charts. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 176 – 192,

Find out more »

PPL #7 LICENSING REQ. & PSTAR EXAM

May 19 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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 attending this class. Please come prepared to write the PSTAR exam. Reference: PSTAR study guide, AIM and CARs

Find out more »

PPL #3 FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS

May 21 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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: pages 33 – 47

Find out more »

PPL #13 NAV 2: INTRO TO FLIGHT PLANNING

May 25 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

This is a practical class involving navigation problems as well as preparing the chart and flight log for a cross country trip: Brampton to Collingwood to Muskoka and return via the same route. By the end of the class, initial preparation for the trip is completed including topics such as extracting info from the CFS, preparing the chart, checking NOTAMs and filling up the Nav log without any weather info. Reference: From the Ground Up: pages 192 – 208.

Find out more »

PPL #8 MET 1: BASIC THEORY

May 26 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Find out more »

PPL #4 CARS & FLIGHT OPERATIONS

May 28 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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 – 106, Flight Training Manual: pages 206 – 209 and RTOC study guide

Find out more »
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