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As stated on
the previous page, a typical 1-on-1 seminar goes through the setup of your own
helicopter, and then we go out and fly it.
it covers a day with me from 10:15 am through till 4 to 4:30 pm,
during which you will have my undivided attention to go through
anything you want to learn about, and I will happily show you how to
do anything you want.
the Phoenix flight simulator available if you feel that sitting
together to learn to fly on the simulator before trying the real
thing would be useful to you, I
will be happy to do that.
Once we hit
the field, and I have done the initial test flight, you will be the
person flying for almost all the rest of the time. Be warned,
it can be mentally tiring to keep trying to hover, so have a goods
night rest before you come over.
I will often
use my Hover-EZE Hover training rig to start you off, as this will
give you lots of confidence and teach you to get the feel for the
cyclic control, which is the most crucial thing you have to learn.
I have a buddy
lead for ESKY transmitters, so we can cord to each other so that I
can rescue your helicopter if you start to go really pear
shaped. I also have a cord for the Spektrum DX6i, but it takes
some time to set that up as both TX's must have all the same
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