Learn to Fly

Learn To Fly feature articles on learning to fly, Kansas Flight School Directory, Young Eagles Program and Cessna’s Exclusive Computer-Based Instruction.

Learn to fly! A brief synopsis of the levels of pilot certificates, the training required, answers to questions on becoming a pilot, and illustrated basics of flight. The General Aviation Manufacturers Association has created this aviation education page to illustrate that you can become a gerneral aviation pilot and experience the freedom and opportunity that comes with flying and airplane. The five chapter segments are “Flying is Fun!,” “Questions and Answers About Flying,” “What are the Basics of Flight,” “FAA Flying Regulations, ” and “What Learning to Fly Can Do For Me?


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This non-credit course will be taught by ground instructor, Dr. Robert Kuhns, a private pilot and director of Butler's McConnell Campus.

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One of the first memories I have of aviation is the day my mother's cousin took me up in his Cessna Skyhawk. I must have been in the 4th or 5th grade and it's a day I'll never forget.

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There are many different kinds of pilots. After all, millions of Americans have learned how to fly. Some fly just for fun. Some fly as a way to travel to their jobs. And some are career pilots who fly professionally to earn a living.

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There are many different kinds of pilots. After all, millions of Americans have learned how to fly. Some fly just for fun. Some fly as a way to travel to their jobs. And some are career pilots who fly professionally to earn a living.

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The Young Eagles program has been a memorable experience for over 1,000 students from Wichita West High School since 1995.

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