VTP® Helicopter: Video Download (Part 2)
Virtual Test Prep®–An Aviation Ground School brings the classroom to your computer.
Helicopter Fundamentals supplements the airplane Virtual Test Prep® ground school courses. Complete both the airplane and helicopter courses to prepare for private pilot, instrument rating, commercial pilot, or flight instructor (CFI) FAA Knowledge Exams. Used together, the courses provide everything needed to prepare for the Helicopter FAA Knowledge Exam.
Gain the information you need to be a safe, competent and confident pilot with this ground school on the fundamentals of helicopter flight. Animations, 3D graphics, and special effects throughout along with expert instruction and inflight footage make this a thoroughly entertaining and motivating learning experience.
Part 2 of 2, video program contents:
WEIGHT and BALANCE
Keeping take-off weight within limits and the effect that fuel burn has on the center of gravity are just a few of the important considerations covered.
FLIGHT MANEUVERS and PROCEDURES
Surface taxiing, quick stops, contained area operations, pinnacle and ridge landings, slope operations, running takeoffs and landings.
HAZARDS and EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
Anti-torque system failure, settling-with-power, ground resonance, autorotation.
Regulations and airport operations specifically related to helicopters.
Watch just about anywhere! iTunes/QuickTime format, 640x480 resolution, near-DVD quality. Compatible with PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod, and other mp4 players.
NOTE: A high-speed internet connection is highly recommended for successful downloading of these video segments. This segment will download in under an hour with a broadband connection. Once downloaded, the file is yours to keep and view as many times as you like.
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