Category Archives: Learn to Fly

Tips to help your pilot training go faster and cost less

21 August 2017   Learn to Fly

Whether you want to build a career as a pilot or learn to fly to fulfill a lifelong dream, one thing is for certain – you must have the right finances in place to access the training you need and get in the sky as soon as possible. Here are some tips from Monmouth Executive […]


5 bad habits that student pilots need to avoid

10 July 2017   Learn to Fly

Pilot training is a challenging and exciting journey that opens new horizons, both as a hobby and as a career. Like any other vocation, avoiding bad habits from the start is best, and is key to making you a better, more skilled pilot. Here are some of the most common examples. Easy is more important […]


What are the new Airman Certification Standards (ACS) all about?

26 June 2017   Learn to Fly

As of June 2017, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has revised the Airman Certification Standards (ACS) for the Private Pilot Airplane certificate. These new standards come into effect on June 12 and will apply to all applicants going forward in an effort to make test standards more relevant and applicable to today’s flying. Here are […]


Monmouth Executive Airport Young Aviators Club

20 March 2017   Learn to Fly

Does your child have their head in the clouds dreaming of faraway places? Do they love airplanes and are they fascinated by flight? Then becoming a pilot may be in their future! As part of bringing our passion for flying to our community, we’ve formed the Monmouth Executive Airport Young Aviators Club, hosted by one […]


How to become a certified flight instructor

6 March 2017   Learn to Fly

For people who love to fly, there’s nothing better than finding a career that pays you to spend your time above the clouds – but that doesn’t necessarily mean becoming a commercial or private pilot. A career as a flight instructor can be incredibly rewarding as you help people discover their full potential and love […]


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