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How do STOL Pilots Train for Back Country Flying? Carbon Cub FX-3 – Part 1 (+Photos!)

We captured some really immersive SHORT Landing training!

 

I hope you all enjoy being immersed into this one – it is really pretty cool that I’m able to share this stuff in such great detail.  Thanks to those that invite me to film the training, and to you guys for being a huge part of supporting the ongoing creation and publishing process! 

This one went live on a Tuesday which is weird, but that is because I wanted to get it off my plate before heading to L.A. later this week, where I am a speaker at the Patreon convention, and then I’m going to meet up with TFP Jason Miller for some NorCal flying around San Francisco before returning to Toronto.  

Do any of you L.A. or SF guys want to meet up?  maybe we can swing something.  (email or message me, or maybe comment here?  I dunno what the best way to try to co ordinate is – I am not even exactly sure about my schedule) 

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Learn more about TacAero, and/or the CarbonCub FX-3!

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Update: Part 2 now available!

Wildfire Smoke forced STOL Flight Training location change – CarbonCub FX3 – part 2 (+Photos!)

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Some more cool images:

 FX-3

FC-TacAero

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Watch more content related to this kind of aircraft:

CUBCRAFTERS CARBONCUB FX

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This free Supporter Exclusive is one of several STOL training flights in the FX-3 that I did with TacAero out of Hood River Oregon. 

FX-3-Patreon

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I’m a Private Pilot, doing my best to stay current and learn. I fly for fun and might just be the least cocky pilot on the internet! My self analysis videos can seem self deprecating at times, but I am trying to learn from the small mistakes to avoid making a big one; I’m happy to share and find it rewarding to help other pilots or aspiring aviators in any way that I can. How does the saying go? “Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards”. And in aviation, not all tests are survivable.

My virtual “ride-along” flying videos are aimed and sharing my experiences and giving back to the aviation community which has been so helpful to me. I shoot multi-camera angles, get detailed real time instrument panel shots, and have radio intercom audio. I respect people’s time, so I put a fair bit of work into editing to keep the videos concise and engaging; I add animations and further graphics and voice overs where needed to add context and explanations.

My hope is to continue to grow and evolve the “Flight Chops” project with input and support from the aviation community!


Steve Thorne, aka "Flight Chops"

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I am a “weekend warrior” private pilot, I fly for fun with no intentions of going commercial. I have had my PPL for over 15 years, but still consider each flight a learning experience – I generally take detailed notes after each flight to remind myself what went well or what I could do to improve…. Having the GoPro cameras to record flights like this is invaluable. I find these self analysis videos very helpful in my constant quest to improve, and am happy to share.

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