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WINGSFlight™️ – IFR Flight #4 – Airway and TEC Route Review

This flight will take you from Providence Airport (KPVD) to Martha’s Vineyard Airport (KMVY) using the published TEC route, which includes the V167 airway. Weather permitting, you will receive a visual approach at KMVY.

WINGSFlight™️ – IFR Flight #2 VOR Navigation & IFR Flight #3 Airways

IFR Flight #2 The second IFR rating is a short hop from Boston Airport (KBOS) to Providence Airport (KPVD). It expands on the concepts from IFR 1 and introduces VOR navigation and TEC routes. Additionally, you’ll fly an ILS approach at KPVD to further hone your instrument approach skills. IFR Flight #3 This flight will…

WINGSFlight™️ – IFR Flight #1 – Introduction to IFR

In this introduction to Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), you will depart and arrive at Boston Airport (KBOS) using a Standard Instrument Departure (SID) and an Instrument Landing System (ILS) approach. The focus of this rating is on proper compliance with the LOGAN# departure procedure, listening and responding to ATC instructions, and flying the ILS approach…

WINGSFlight™️ – VFR Flight #6 – Boston Class B Helicopter Routes

The final Wings Over New England VFR flight takes you from Nashua Airport (KASH) back to Boston Airport (KBOS) using a published helicopter route to transition into the Class B airspace. Contrary to their name, helicopter routes at Boston are also used by fixed-wing aircraft and are an excellent way of navigating through the complicated…

WINGSFlight™️ – VFR Flight #5 – The Cross Country Flight

One of the key stages on the journey towards a private pilot’s license a ‘cross country’ flight, designed to help pilots practice enroute VFR navigation. In this rating, you will depart Nashua Airport (KASH) and fly to two other airports of your choosing, provided that one is controlled and the other is untowered. You’ll be…

WINGSFlight™️ – VFR Flight #4 – Leaving Class B Airspace

This WINGS flight travels from Boston Airport (KBOS) to Nashua Airport (KASH) without Flight Following, much like WINGS VFR 3. The last flight focused on entry to the Class B airspace; in this one, you’ll exit the airspace. Overall, this flight serves as an excellent review of the material covered thus far in Wings Over…

WINGSFlight™️: VFR Flight #2 & #3: VFR Navigation & Flight Following + Entering Class B Airspace

VFR Flight #2 In this second WINGS VFR flight, it’s time to fly somewhere! You will put the skills learned in the previous flight about the traffic pattern to work on a VFR flight from Nantucket Airport (KACK) to the Quonset State Airport (KOQU). In the process, you will learn about obtaining Flight Following, selecting…

WINGSFlight™️ – VFR Flight #1 – The Traffic Pattern

Wings VFR Flight #1 In this flight, you will complete a minimum of three laps of the VFR traffic pattern in a small, non-jet, general aviation aircraft like a Cessna 172 or Piper Cherokee. Before flying, ensure you have the airport diagram available and that the weather is suitable for a VFR flight.