WTC - Initial Training
New Pilot Briefing
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The training that you are about to embark on is divided into two main parts. The first section is a series of three general handling flights in the selected aircraft. This will consist of a series of drills and circuits designed to help you come to grips with the aircraft. The second section is a "Virtual Check Flight" that will take you from Rapid City, back down to Denver. A Virtual Check Captain will watch over this flight to make sure you are doing everything correctly.
Once you have completed the training, you should fill out the Westwind Airlines application form. Your application form will then be processed, and you will then hear back from us with the details of your Virtual Employment.
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|In this session, you will conduct some general handling exercises to help you get a feel for the aircraft.
|This exercise concentrates on asymmetric handling characteristics of the aircraft. There is also an exercise looking at the glide performance of the aircraft as well.
|Session Three is conducted wholly around Denver, in the Training Circuit or Traffic Pattern if you prefer. You will conduct standard and asymmetric circuits until you feel comfortable in operating the aircraft in this phase of flight.
|This is your Virtual Check Flight, to verify that you are
capable of safely operating the aircraft in accordance with the WestWind Airlines
SOP's. You depart from Rapid City, bound for Denver with a virtual Check Captain who
will evaluate your performance.
When the flight is over, select the link below, and fill out your Westwind Airlines Application Form.
The Official Part:
When you have finished your training, please select the link below and fill out the Westwind Airlines Application form.
I've Finished: The WestWind Airlines official Application Form.
PLEASE DO NOT FILE THE APPLICATION MORE THAN ONCE.