Congratulations 👏👏🍾🎉 to Ken Adams on his first solo in N733AD. What a perfect beautiful sunset to solo to!!!
Foothill Flying Club
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Reputation is Everything: Foothill Flying Club is the Best Flight School and Flying Club in the Inland Empire. “Our focus is to provide comprehensive training in a quality and safe environment to make sure you are best prepared when starting your path to flying! We also provide a fleet of quality aircraft that pilots can rent and fly as if they owned them. With over 35 years of experience we know
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Ken Adams greasing on some landings in preparation for his first solo in N733AD Cable Airport
Congrats Evan Rouland McDowell on passing your Instrument Checkride. Huge accomplishment!! 🛫🛩✈️. Next stop Commercial Certificate.
CHECKRIDE DAY TODAY!!!!
Have fun Evan Rouland McDowell
Music 🎶 to my ears. CHIRP. CHIRP. CHIRP. 🐣. Danny Whaley nailing some landings while working on his complex endorsement in N9647B. 😎😎
Some FFC instructors and students took a break from Socal in exchange for some class Bravo procedure training in Honolulu. Getting out of familiar surroundings has definitely honed our skills! Looking forward to being back at CCB with everyone.
More social distancing on the slopes. 😂😎 heading to L35 with Felix Hernandez.
The perks of being flight instructors. Free flight and lunch at L35 Big Bear City airport. YES. The restaurant is open. 🍳 🥓 🥤. Thanks Felix Hernandez for the flight N79028. 🙏🙏.
Kurt Berntsen is almost done with his CFI checkride. GO KURT!!!!🛫✈️🛩🚁
Beautiful day for lunch at catalina in 733JA
Beautiful day out here today. The rain broke and the ceiling is lifting. Swing by for a coffee and some aviation talk
What a beautiful day at KCCB. Lots of flying going on, hot coffee from the restaurant, good friends and even better vibes. And what a great day to slap new stickers on our cars !
Good morning aviators. We have a beautiful rainbow over our favorite place today. Ceiling and visibility are pretty inhibited but it's a beautiful day to be at the airport with hot coffee and maybe a little studying. Happy Friday !
Happy Monday aviators. Its snowing at KCCB today...
Happy Tuesday aviators! Here's a little gem of aviation knowledge for students that may not have come across it.
We learn early on that immediately after startup we adjust the throttle to approx. 1000 RPM (based on AFM/POH specs). Why is this important ? Immediately after starting, it takes time for oil pressure to build and begin lubricating the system. The AFM/POH may specify an acceptable oil pressure range after startup (the green arc in a 172R such as N365ES is 50-90PSI). Depending on outside air temperature, it takes between 30 and 60 seconds for this pressure to rise. Operating at higher engine RPM with oil pressure below this value may cause undue engine wear as a result of insufficient lubrication during this period.
Here's a piece of flight training trivia that you may or may not have come across before.
In an aircraft equipped with a constant speed propeller (such as the 172RG), what is the first indication of carburetor ice ?
We're very proud of our newest private pilot. Jeff Gutierrez passed his PPL checkride yesterday. He put in lots of dedicated work with his CFI Brandon Moles. Congratulations Jeff!
Ken Adams having some fun in N365ES with private pilot maneuvers in this beautiful weather. 😎🛫🛩✈️
Congrats Victoria. Great job!!
Oral portion complete. Now for the fun part. ✈️✈️✈️
Checkride is under way in N365ES 🛫✈️🛩😎👍. You got this Todd.
The clock is ticking.....checkride time Todd. 😎😎😎
Posting this great video again regarding runway safety at KCNO
Chino The San Bernardino County Department of Airports provides for the management, maintenance and operation of six county-owned airports.
Felix working on initial flight instructor maneuvers, student common errors in N79028 at KONT. 😎🛫🛫✈️🛩
We saw our first whale off of Dana Point.
KCRQ in N365ES
Todd’s duel cross country done. KCCB, F70, KCRQ, KCCB. Then his first solo cross country KCCB, KRNM, KCRQ, KCCB. 👍💪😎🛫
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Beautiful evening training flight with Ken over to Burbank, JPL, and the Rose Bowl in N365ES
Hanging out at KONT in N365ES with Todd Troendle.
Ken knocking out some cross country requirements to F70 in N365ES.
SMILE KEN. 😂😅. After 3 months off Ken decides to fly in the Santa Ana winds in N365ES. 🌬🌬💨. 😂🤣
Congrats to Nestor on passing his Private Pilot Practical exam. 👍😎
Todd Back at it in N365ES at KPOC.
Todd getting checked out in N733JA.
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