Starting Mirage Training As A Beginner Pilot

Learning to fly a Piper Mirage as a beginner pilot is one of the most fun ways to become a trained pilot. An entire course of Mirage training takes several months before a beginner pilot can fly solo, and during that time you’ll learn so much it will set you up for the rest of your flying career.

Typical beginner Mirage training includes ground school where you’ll all about flight planning, basic aircraft procedures, and everything you’ll need to know to deal with air traffic control.

Once ground school is over, you’ll be up in a Mirage being taught take off and landing techniques, hundreds of maneuvers, how to climb and turn and, of course, the skills of how to navigate so you get where you’re going to safely. More info: mirage training

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