Multi Engine Flying

On the 30 August 2018, I had my first instructional flight on the Diamond DA42 Twin Star aircraft in Oxford airport. I started with my Multi Engine Piston (MEP) Rating which is 6 hours of flight including: familiarisation, general handling, asymmetric flight and circuits plus a theory exam. I am writing this, having completed the MEP (6 hours) and Basic Instrument Flight module (BIFM – … Continue reading Multi Engine Flying

Hour Building across Britain and Europe

After watching Arthur Williams, Flying Across Britain, it made me very nostalgic about my own time carving routes in the sky. Since passing my PPL in 2015 I only recently completed my hour building adventure whilst on ATPL ground school in 2018. Having passed my PPL in the summer of 2015, Over the next 18 months (December 2016) I did 25 hours command time in … Continue reading Hour Building across Britain and Europe

Phase 2 – The ATPL Glass is Half Full

With trepidation and wonder as to where the time went, on the 9th and 10th May I sat 4 more EASA theory exams at the Coventry exam centre ran by L3.  These exams marked my half way point through all of my subjects, over 75% ground school completion on time, and with only 10 weeks remaining from starting my last phase to completion of ground … Continue reading Phase 2 – The ATPL Glass is Half Full