21 thoughts on “First Flying Lesson, Part 1”

  1. Anyone else want to ask captain Scott where do I sign up to learn from him specifically? You have a talent for teaching!

  2. I could never be a pilot. I can't remember everything that is said so fast. I would get lost at every airport. I'll just have to stick to a flight sim. SIGH

  3. I'm just about to begin flying lessons and this was excellent. I'm worried though about the speed radio comms are done. Everyone talks so fast!

  4. I was wondering what a rocket was doing next to that plane. Then I put my glasses on and saw it was a Supra.

  5. Thanks…I have my 1st flight Monday….this helped set my mind at ease….knowing that all of this sounds like gibberish but hearing that's normal, and will go away, helps a lot!

  6. I haven't flown in 47 Years I have Private Pilots Linc. Captain Scott You are great.After watching your Video It's all coming back to me.Thanks .

  7. Imagine having a job where it’s also your hobby. Like me doing tax returns for fun on my spare time. Not.

  8. Why do experienced pilots insist on reducing radio communications to nothing but mumbling waffle code, instead of clear and concise transmissions? The radio call at 15:45 "33 Delta roger" is exactly the communications that helps no one, it very much sounded like "33 del ra" and that's it. SPEAK CLEARLY AND CONCISELY" There is nothing worse for a new pilot and nothing more big noting than an experienced pilot mumbling abbreviated abbreviated radio talk. Aviation radio talk at the best of times is incredibly hard to understand for a new pilot without adding uninterpretable mumbling waffle to air radio communications. SPEAK CLEARLY! Good video though.

  9. Captain Scott scared me with releasing the death grip. I am glad nothing happen. I am gonna start flying classes soon. Waiting for the money. 😂

  10. Captain Scott scared me with releasing the death grip. I am glad nothing happen. I am gonna start flying classes soon. Waiting for the money. 😂

  11. This guy doesn't know shit. I was landing noisemakers on dimes while he was picking his nose in grade school.

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