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The first thing to know is that this service is designed to
allow you to spend one full day with me in Blackpool, learning how to setup
and then hover your own helicopter.
Naturally this means that you will have to come up here to
Blackpool, where I live...
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In all cases, I will first off go through a complete
setup, starting with the servo arms all the way through to getting
the head set correctly, the pitch range correct, and tracking as
perfect as possible.
Throughout this, you can ask any questions at all that you
may have, and ask me to repeat procedures if you are not sure what I
have done. Once that has been done, the helicopter is ready to be
I have several
different public flying areas available to me, so we will find one
that has the least amount of wind, and then I will first hover your
helicopter to ensure it is setup correctly for you. After that
you take over and we talk you through how to learn to hover
successfully. Most students report that they are fully capable
of holding their helicopters in a hover, under good control , for at
least 30 seconds or more at a time after a day with me.
A good sandwich lunch will be provided by Olwen, my wife + tea/coffee
during the day as needed.
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