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Sekolah Pilot dan 3 Hal Yang Harus Disiapkan

Persiapan diri adalah kunci kesuksesan di segala hal, termasuk juga mempersiapkan dirimu untuk masuk ke sekolah pilot. Kamu mungkin bertanya, “apa itu penting untuk latihan sebelum masuk ke sekolah?”. Percaya atau tidak, mempersiapkan dirimu dengan baik dari awal akan memberikan keunggulan di saat kamu belajar di sekolah pilot dan menjadi pilot yang handal di masa depan.

Ada 3 hal yang bisa kamu siapkan sebelum kamu masuk ke sekolah pilot:

#1. Belajar Kemampuan Dasar Penerbangan

Belajar cara menerbangkan pesawat merupakan bekal awal yang baik sebelum kamu masuk ke sekolah pilot. Untuk belajar menerbangkan pesawat, lakukanlah dengan Flight Simulator (simulasi terbang). Terbang dengan simulator tidak sama 100% dengan menerbangkan pesawat sungguhan, tetapi teknologi simulator yang bisa dijalankan di komputer personal (PC) sudah semakin baik. Prepar3D (sebelumnya dikenal dengan Microsoft Flight Simulator) dan X-Plane adalah software simulator yang paling terkenal. Kamu bisa mengunduh software ini dan menerbangkan pesawat dari Cessna sampai ke Boeing 747.

Kalau kamu sudah mahir menggunakan software di atas, kamu bisa menambah level mu dengan menggunakan alat penerbangan seperti Yoke and Rudder dari Saitek. Dibandingkan dengan keyboard, terbang di simulator dengan menggunakan Yoke dan Rudder akan memberikan kesan lebih realistis.

Dengan flight simulator, anda bisa belajar prinsip dasar manuver pesawat, kontrol utama pesawat (seperti yoke, rudder pedals, flaps), flight pattern, dll. Di kelas persiapan sekolah pilot AVIASI28, kami menggunakan Flight Simulator untuk mengenalkan murid-murid kami terhadap kemampuan dasar terbang.

#2. Bicara Seperti Pilot

Bahasa inggris adalah bahasa resmi di dunia penerbangan. Anda bisa menjadi orang Indonesia, menerbangkan pesawat Boeing, untuk maskapai nasional Indonesia. Tetapi, anda tetap harus bicara dengan bahasa inggris. Selain itu, semua buku dan materi pembelajaran yang akan anda terima di sekolah pilot akan disajikan dengan bahasa inggris. Kalau kemampuan bahasa inggrismu lemah, kamu akan kesusahan mengikuti tempo belajar di sekolah pilot.

Oleh karena itu, tidak ada salahnya sebelum masuk ke sekolah pilot, perkuatlah bahasa inggrismu. Tontonlah film dan bacalah buku bahasa inggris. Ini akan membiasakan telinga dan pikiranmu untuk berinteraksi dengan menggunakan bahasa inggris.

Kamu juga bisa mendengarkan percakapan antara pilot dan ATC tower secara live di liveatc.net.

#3. Tonton Online Video

Video merupakan cara terbaik untuk belajar. Kamu bisa belajar dari Youtube dengan mencari kanal yang memainkan berbagai video tentang penerbangan. Pastikan kamu mencari video yang memberikan gambaran pengendalian pesawat terbang, pengaruh cuaca, komunikasi antara pilot, dan video-video penerbangan yang menarik untuk kamu tonton.

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Belajar di sekolah pilot merupakan sebuah tantangan. Oleh karena itu, sebelum kamu masuk ke sekolah pilot, alangkah baiknya kamu mempersiapkan dirimu terlebih dahulu. Kamu bisa belajar kemampuan dasar penerbangan dari flight simulator dan menonton video penerbangan. Selain itu, kamu harus melatih kemampuan bahasa inggrismu dan mempelajari istilah-istilah yang dipakai di dunia penerbangan. Dengan mempersiapkan dirimu dengan baik, kehidupanmu di sekolah pilot akan menjadi pengalaman yang menyenangkan.

Tentang Aviasi28  dan Kursus Fondasi Sekolah Pilot

AVIASI28, sekolah dasar penerbangan di Indonesia, didirikan oleh beberapa individu yang berpengalaman di bidang aviasi, baik lokal maupun internasional. AVIASI28 ditujukan untuk siapa saja yang ingin mengawali karir sebagai pilot, dengan menyediakan informasi dan persiapan yang dibutuhkan sebelum memasuki sekolah penerbangan.

ProgramAVIASI28 memberikan kursus pengantar penerbangan bagi calon pilot maskapai di Indonesia.

  • Sekolah pilot berkelas dunia menyelenggarakan kursus fondasi aviasi yang membentuk dasar dari semua pengalaman terbang Anda di masa depan.
  • Disampaikan dalam fasilitas modern oleh instruktur spesialis penerbangan, kursus AVIASI28 menawarkan jalur yang sangat baik untuk menjadi pilot. Dengan Aviasi28, siswa dapat memulai studi dekat dengan rumah, dengan komitmen keuangan yang minimal atau gangguan.
  • Kursus dasar AVIASI28 ini juga berguna sebagai kelas persiapan jika Anda ingin mendaftar di sekolah penerbangan elit di Indonesia.

Ayo, persiapkan dirimu untuk masuk ke Sekolah Pilot dengan bergabung bersama kami.

Boeing cheers UN’s new CO2 emissions requirements

The International Civil Aviation Organization has adopted a new aircraft emissions standard which it says will help reduce the impact of aviation greenhouse gas emissions on the world’s climate.

Boeing Co. is “fully committed to meeting the new standard,” Boeing Commercial Airplanes spokesman Tom Kim said.

ICAO is a specialized agency of the United Nations which promotes the safe and orderly development of international civil aviation around the world. Montreal-based ICAO sets standards and regulations necessary for aviation safety, security, efficiency, capacity and environmental protection. The UN agency also adopted a carbon offset regime last October, which Boeing also commended.

ICAO said its 36-nation governing council adopted the latest CO2 standards for aircraft manufacturing on Monday, saying it “confirms the air transport sector’s leadership and concrete actions toward ensuring a sustainable end environmentally responsible future.”

“This historic accomplishment places aviation in an even better position as we look forward to a greener era of air transport development,” ICAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu said in a statement, noting that aviation is the first industry sector to adopt such a standard.

The standard will apply to new aircraft designs (including both jets and propeller-driven aircraft) beginning in 2020, and then to aircraft designs already in production as of 2023, ICAO spokesman Anthony Philbin said.

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8 Minute International flight offered by European Airline

8 minute International Flight by Austrian Airline

An Austrian airline has just started what it claims to be the world’s shortest regular international connection — an eight-minute flight across Lake Constance!

The flight offered by People’s Viennaline takes you from St. Gallen-Altenrhein in Switzerland with Friedrichshafen in southern Germany. It’s part of a route that continues onward to the western German city of Cologne, but just the short flight is available for booking at 40 Euros a person (about $44.10).

German news agency DPA reported that environmentalists aren’t too happy with this new flight, which began service Wednesday. It quoted Swiss Green Party politician Meinrad Gschwend saying he wants the flights banned.

According to the airline, driving around the lake for an hour would produce just as much emissions as the short flight.

Source : The Jakarta Post

Emirates is hiring. Do you have what it takes?

Have you heard of Emirates? Emirates is one of the leading airlines in the world, based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Emirates is one of the few airlines in the world to fly an all-wide-body aircraft fleet, and is the world’s largest Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 operator. The airline operates in 81 countries across 6 continents.

Emirates employees come from a wide variety of countries and ethnic backgrounds.

Do you think you have what it takes to be a pilot for Emirates? Find out here!

Government: Welcome to Indonesia, Jet-setters

The rich and famous can now depart by jet plane to various cities around Indonesia, as the government eases a regulation on foreign registered private jets.

Effective on September 14, the Transportation Ministry issued a Ministerial Regulation No. 109/2016 on noncommercial and chartered foreign jets which allows foreign-owned private jets to fly from one domestic airport to another. Previously, private jets could only travel to one international airport in Indonesia and were barred from making domestic flights.

The regulation supports strategic national interests, such as investment, tourism and other activities related to the national economy.

However, the jets must obtain a special permit and flight approval from the Transportation Ministry’s Air Transportation Director General, as well as diplomatic clearance and security clearance from the Foreign Ministry and Indonesian Military (TNI).

An application request can be submitted online. The jets will be allowed to fly domestically for a maximum of 180 days but first must land at an international airport to undergo customs, immigration and quarantine procedures.

The regulation is good news for the tourism sector, which has become the current administration’s focus for boosting the domestic economy.

“In the past, wealthy people traveling by private jet from Thailand could only go to one destination, like Bunaken, North Sulawesi. They couldn’t also go to Raja Ampat in Papua. Wasn’t that senseless?” Tourism Minister Arief Yahya said on Tuesday.

Affluent individuals will play a significant role in the economy due to their capacity to spend money. The Ministry of Tourism estimates that the spending amount of the jet-setters is equal to the spending of 30,000 regular tourists.

Arief went on to say that many of the wealthy tourists who travel by jet would also travel by yacht later, which is another way to boost the country’s tourism industry, as spending per yacht is estimated to reach up to US$1 million.

The Tourism Ministry hopes the regulation will pave the way for the government to reach its 20 million foreign tourists target by 2019.

The number of foreign visitors stood at 7.36 million from January to August, according to data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS). The goal for the full year is set at 12 million.

Transportation Ministry’s senior adviser to public communications and international affairs Dewa Made Sastrawan said that the regulation was part of the government’s attempt to facilitate all stakeholders, including businesspeople.

Meanwhile, the importance of domestic flights for jet planes is also acknowledged by French jet manufacturer Dassault Falcon.

Dassault Falcon Asia Pacific president Jean-Michel Jacob said jet travellers were usually business leaders, such as chief executive officers of major corporations.

“A lot of them are business people looking to invest and establish businesses in the country,”
he said.

Data from the company show that there were 52 business jets owned and operated in Indonesia in 2015, a 16 percent increase from the figure in 2014. Some of these jets are foreign owned.

The company estimates that its Indonesian market can be expanded to accommodate at least 100 companies as business people crave comfort during long flights.

The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) welcomes the regulation. Kadin vice chairperson of transportation Carmelita Hartoto said it would boost tourism as well as positively impact many business players.

“However, we also urge the government to ensure security and safety for such flights,” she said.

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Sourced from: The Jakarta Post