Basic (Club) Aerobatic Course
EASA Aerobatic Rating & AOPA certificate

This course is the EASA Aerobatic Rating Course and is also our Basic (Club) Course. During the course you will gain a solid foundation of aerobatics, you will be able to fly the Club Known sequence to competition standard and also be able to at least get round the Sports Known.

8

hours

Ground school and briefing

5

hours

Flying

4

days

Required to complete

Cost

£1,500

Plus £10 per sortie landing fee. Contact us to discuss details.

Airmanship

  • Collision avoidance
  • Nuisance reduction
  • Navigation

Human Factors

  • Motion sickness
  • Orientation
  • The physiological effects of G and how to manage this safely
  • GLOC and how to guard against it

Engine & Airframe

  • Knowledge of limitations & safety aspects
  • Pre-flight procedures
  • The different operating practices that are recommended with aerobatic aircraft


Competition Craft

  • An understanding of the competition box
  • Competition rules for Beginner Comps
  • Entering the exiting the box
  • An understanding of the judging criteria for the beginners sequence and selected figures from the Standard sequence.
  • The ability to compete at Beginners level at a BAeA event.

Handling Skills

  • Recovery from a loss of control, including:
    • Power off and power on normal and high speed stalls with and without bank
    • Power off, erect spins (non-precision recoveries)
    • Power on tail slides
  • Recovery from Unusual Attitudes
  • Wing rocks
  • Slow flight – Level, climbing, turning & descending
  • Advanced steep turns
  • 45 lines
  • Loops
  • Ballistic Roll
  • Aileron Roll
  • Half Cuban
  • Barrel Roll*
  • Stall Turn
  • Half Roll off the top of a Loop
  • Quarter Clover, rolling upwards*
  • Fly BAeA Beginner Sequence

* May be skipped in favour of more focus in other areas (in keeping with changes to BAeA sequence guidelines).

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