Today’s Real-World Lesson: More Pattern Work

A really great lesson today in my real-world flight training. We had wonderful weather, cool and clear and sunny with winds around six knots, and we used it to do more pattern work. This included normal landings, two no-flap landings, and two power-off landings (which are the truncated approaches in the below image), as well as the normal landing back at my home field. Today felt great, and I think I flew well. The pattern work felt comfortable, and it included a fair amount of inbound traffic that involved radio work and one safety turn in the pattern. All told, I had a lot of fun. Click here to see the debrief on the flight via CloudAhoy.


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