Visualized Traffic Pattern Procedures Guide Poster (Towered & Non-towered Airports 27 x 19 In)
Student Pilot Flight Training Guide Poster (Poster, Size 27 x 19 In)|
What’s the best way to study this handy poster? Visualize each step/leg of the pattern as clearly as you can, and sit in a chair (Chair flight), exercise the visualized item leg by leg., even the power/flap settings and speed (Call Out), Over time the brain will learn all ins and outs of our routine movements, allowing these actions to become more automatic and fine-tuned. That is ALL.
For a beginner (Student Pilot), Traffic Pattern Procedures are significantly important regardless of Towered & nontowered airports. This poster has been designed to explain all details on a need-to-know basis. Student Pilots need to learn the traffic rules, traffic procedures, and traffic pattern layouts (Airport Facility Director-AFD, VFR Sectional Chart ), in use at various airports.
During the daily routine training, You will commence the training with traffic pattern and after completing the required air work (or maneuvers) in the practicing area, you will be on the way to return to the airport of departure or in some cases a nearby airport to practice the takeoff and landing in the pattern, briefly, you will have to perform this path several times every day.
I strictly advise beginners to move their body or chair-fly as they are visualizing the concepts for each maneuver. Move your arms, head, and feet to simulate how to keep controlling the aircraft as situations always change in the pattern work, Call out the reference points (departure/entry), and checklist procedures.
Consequently, traffic patterns and traffic control procedures exist to minimize conflicts during takeoffs, departures, arrivals, and landings. The exact nature of each airport traffic pattern is dependent on the runway in use, wind conditions (which determine the runway in use), obstructions, and other factors.
Flight schools are mostly located in either controlled, towered or uncontrolled, non-towered airspace. There are several profound differences in the ways one may approach and enter the pattern. This Visualized Poster will help you keep your memory sharp in any condition you`re in.
✔ This handy poster will help beginners improve their visualized memory in both ground and practical close pattern training.
✔ Visualized memory items & images make you more confident and help achieve both practical and theory training ASAP.
✔ For beginners, the most difficult part is to learn the detail of all principle entry/departure procedures and sequences of each practice, the effect of each malpractice and the corrective action to be taken thoroughly.
✔ The more visualized memory and familiarization with close pattern procedure (pattern work), the less energy-time-money You will spend during your theory & practical training.
✔What’s the technique in visualizing the images and essential data? How frequently should this be practiced?
👉 Hang up the poster in front of you.
👉 Look at the images for a few moments, several times in a day. (Perspective is also important. )
👉 Close your eyes, and try to visualize the object as clearly as you can, without opening your eyes, for as long as you can, even if it is only for a few seconds at first.
👉 Try to see and remember all the details. (For example, Controlled & Uncontrolled Airspace, ATIS & AWOS Info, Clearances – engine start-up, taxi, takeoff, departing from pattern, approach, landing, procedures for entering the traffic pattern.)
✔ Over time the brain learns our routine movements, allowing these actions to become more automatic and fine-tuned.
✔ Pilots must become familiar with all A/FD information pertinent to the flight route including at the departure/arrival airport, runways, practicing area, frequencies, NOTAMs, Flight School Weather Limitations, Traffic Pattern Altitude (TPA), right or left hand traffic pattern, frequencies, altitude limitations, NOTAM’s, TFR and other restrictions stated in A/FD, as well as back up plans if the flight can’t be completed as planned.
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