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Caleb Mason: ULA Graduate and Ag Pilot

Caleb Mason, Upper Limit Aviation graduate and current Agriculture Pilot (or Ag Pilot), recently shared an update regarding his commercial pilot journey – bringing us up to speed about what has transpired since he finished the ULA flight training program less than a year ago . Ag Pilots fly specially-designed helicopters to apply herbicides, in …

June 6, 2014| 1 0

Crosswind Landing: Learning The Basics in Small Aircraft

Crosswind conditions increase the risk of the landing , and as a student pilot, it is imperative that you become very comfortable with a crosswind landing. You never know when the wind will become greater than expected, and you  need to be prepared for all circumstances . “A crosswind landing is a landing maneuver in which a significant component …

September 12, 2013| 882 0

Cessna 172 Skyhawk

Cessna 172 Skyhawk The Cessna 172 Skyhawk Is a high wing, single-engine aircraft that seats four. The first 172 was flown in 1955. More Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft. The Cessna 172 is considered the most successful aircraft in history. as of 2012 more than 60,000 172s have been produced. the Cessna 172 is Typically powered by …

September 12, 2013| 1 0

Cessna 182 Skylane

The Cessna 182 Skylane is a single piston engine, 4 seat airplane. The 182 was first introduced by Cessna in 1956 and since that time, has had a variety of additional models and variants released. The 182 is Cessna’s second most popular airplane model after the 172. Starting in 1978 and going until 1986, a retractable gear Skylane was offered …

April 13, 2013| 1 0

Looking for Airplane Pilot Careers?

Upper Limit Aviation (ULA) is a professional flight school for student pilots aspiring to launch their airplane pilot careers. Deciding on a career as a commercial pilot is a life-changing decision.  Do you dream of flying for a living?  Do you enjoy traveling and realtime adventure?  If you are exploring the possibilities of a professional pilot c …

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