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3 airplanes have joined Flying Academy's fleet

Flying Academy, one of the leading global flight schools, is proud to announce that it has recently increased the fleet in both continents where it operates:


In the Czech Republic, a beautifully engineered Piper Matrix, has joined our operation. The Piper Matrix is a high performance airplane equipped with state of the art Garmin G1000 avionics. It’s perfect for flying around Europe in a fast, safe, affordable and comfortable way.


In Miami, USA, we have increased our fleet with 2 additional aircraft, a Cessna 172SP Garmin G1000 and an additional Cessna 152, having now a training fleet of 9 aircraft. The Cessna 172SP G1000 is a recommended trainer for future airline pilots as they will get familiar with EFIS (Electronic Flight Instrument System), similar to the equipment of current airliners. The Cessna 172SP G1000 can be used even from the Private Pilot stage as it’s an extremely “forgiving” airplane. Our rental price is $149 per hour – we don’t apply any fuel surcharges. For time-building blocks the price goes as little as $140 per hour.


The second Cessna 152 is now available for flying in our Miami base. The Cessna 152 is one of the best trainers ever built. It’s perfect for both beginners and pilots who would like to get flight experience. The rental price of the Cessna 152 is $95 per hour and can go as little as $88 per hour for time-building packages.


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Silver Express by Flying Academy

Miami, USA — (July 20, 2015) — Flying Academy one of the dominant providers of EASA flight training services in Europe, announced today the opening of a new base in the United States of America as the most recent expansion of Flying Academy’s presence.

The new presence comes in response to proven demand for Flying Academy’s training products worldwide. Flying Academy has now the ability to provide under a single umbrella both EASA and FAA flight training services.

"The opening of Flying Academy’s Miami FAA base is a natural outgrowth of the strong Flying Academy training portfolio. We have expanded our portfolio of flight training services to the US FAA regulations and will continue delivering our promise to create the next generation of highly skilled and knowledgeable professional pilots.

We are excited to lead the worldwide expansion of Flying Academy through a local presence in the USA" said Flying Academy’s CEO Radim Olbrecht.

The courses offered in Flying Academy’s Miami base are under FAA Part 141 and Part 61 regulations, from Private Pilot (PPL) andCommercial (CPL) to Instrument Rating, multi engine and Flight Instructor. For international students, Flying Academy Miami is able to provide the documentation needed for obtaining the US flight-training visa (I-20 form).

Flying Academy Miami operates a fleet of 7 aircraft composed of 1 x Cessna 152, 1 x Cessna 172R, 4 x Piper Cadet and 1 x Piper Arrow bringing the total aircraft in the fleet to 23.

Flying Academy’s Miami base is located at Miami Executive Airport, 14569 SW 127 St Miami FL 33186 and it’s open every day from 9AM to 7PM.

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VIDEO: Instrument Rating training - OK-CAP and OK-LAN - Cessna 172SP Garmin 1000

Flying Academy's student Marek from Slovakia put together a great clip from his Instrument Rating training. The aircraft featured in the clip are OK-CAP and OK-LAN - Cessna 172SP Garmin 1000.

More than 30 hours of GoPro footage from IR(A)/SE(SPA) training flights recorded in between December '14 and January '15. Based at Brno-Turany International Airport LKTB/BRQ.

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How to jet a job as an airline pilot? Our student, now in Ryanair cadet program, will give you advices for interview

This article is written as simple suggestion of what to do and what not to do when you are faced with the moment that you have been waiting for, the job interview or sometimes known as an assessment day. As the name implies, it’s an assessment and that means that you are there to be assessed - If you look up this word in a dictionary it will read: “To determine the value, significance, or extent of; appraise.” And this is where your part comes into play, writes Flying Academy student Matteus Kostrzewski who recently went to Ryanair interview and got accepted in cadet program.

Let's first talk about what most companies are looking for, especially for you as a low hour pilot. The only time a company will want to hire a pilot with low hours is because of one reason; they want to see that you are able to conduct further training with them. An additional reason beyond this point is the “pay it yourself” type rating scheme, but since this has nothing to do with skill and only how deep your pockets go meaning that It has nothing to do with the selection process. The assessment is usually divided into two parts, an interview with technical and non-technical questions and a simulator assessment.

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Why is the weather bomb so dangerous?

Difficult to predict and easy to confuse with other weather hazards, Explosive Cyclogenesis or, as often called, “The weather bomb”, constitutes one of the most interesting meteorological phenomena. Its basic scientific principle is a rapid fall in the central pressure of a depression. Due to the collision between warm Sub-tropical air and cold Artic air a massive release of energy that is converted into motion (wind) and temperature contrast is created which drives the jet stream. The bigger the contrast the faster the jet stream, creating a vacuum which causes a pressure drop and pressure gradient to increase, therefore wind to gain speed and storms to form.

In order to meet the criteria of an Explosive Cyclogenesis the pressure drop must be at least 24 mb in 24 hours. Scientific Meteorological researches show the upper trend of weather bombs in the Northern Hemisphere over the last years. Most of them agree that there is another dangerous situation added to the increasing trend which is associated with a rapid intercontinental air pollution transport.

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