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رفيق الطيران
15-09-2005, 11:20 PM
Trial Lessons


A trial lesson is a perfect introduction to flying training for those who want to take a small step first. The flight will count towards the hours required to gain a pilot's licence.

A trial flying lesson is a short flight lasting from 20 minutes in the air, during which your flight instructor will allow you to have full control of the aeroplane for as long as is safely possible.

You will experience the thrills of flying and the beautiful views of the Chilterns from over 2,000 feet above the ground.

The lesson is preceded by a short flight briefing with your Instructor to discuss all aspects of the flight.
http://www.bafc.co.uk/images/training/training1.jpghttp://www.bafc.co.uk/images/training/training2.jpgWe are now offering trial lessons on our 1950's military trainer, the de Havilland Chipmunk. Choose this aircraft for a friend or relative who wishes to take the ultimate trip back in time, or for those who wish to experience "looping the loop" or other aerobatic manoeuvres.

When your booking has been made, we request that you phone the Club on the day to check the weather conditions. You will then be advised by our staff whether your flight will go ahead. Telephone 01494 529262.

We look forward to flying with you!

Trial Lesson Prices:

Piper Warriorde Havilland DHC1 Chipmunk20 mins = £6520 mins = £7530 mins = £8530 mins = £11040 mins = £105-http://www.bafc.co.uk/images/training/training3.jpg



JAR Private Pilot's Licence




A JAR (Joint Aviation Requirement) Licence is to a European syllabus.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR A JAR-FCL PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE

TOTAL

45 hours of flight training including:

DUAL

25 hours of dual training with a qualified instructor.

SOLO

10 hours of solo flight including:

- five hours of navigation
- qualifying cross-country flight involving landings at two other aerodromes, total distance 150nm

(Before flying solo, you must be in possession of at least a class II medical certificate).

FLIGHT TEST

Lasting approximately 2.5 hours and covering all the elements practised during the course including navigation, it is designed to ensure the applicant has achieved the required standard for issue of the licence. WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS

You will have to sit written, mainly multiple choice examinations with a minimum 75% pass mark in:

- aviation law flight rules and procedures
- navigation
- meteorology
- aircraft general knowledge and principles of flight
- human performance and limitations
- flight performance and planning

The theoretical exams will be considered complete when a pass in all parts has been achieved within 18 months and will be valid for application within 24 months of successful completion.

ORAL

This examination involves answering questions about the type of aircraft you've flown during your training.

Our staff includes CAA authorised Examiners able to conduct all the above tests and examinations.







National Private Pilot's Licence




The NPPL has been introduced in the UK as an alternative to the JAR PPL and is to the UK Civil Aviation Authority syllabus.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR A NATIONAL PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE

TOTAL

32 hours of flight training including:

DUAL

22 hours of dual training with a qualified instructor.

SOLO

10 hours of solo flight including:

- four hours of navigation
- qualifying cross-country flight involving landings at two other aerodromes, total distance 100nm.

Before flying solo, you must meet at least the DVLA Group I car driving medical standard or, for carrying passengers, the DVLA Group II HGV driving medical standard.

FLIGHT TEST

A Navigation Skill Test minimum one hour and General Handling Test approximately one hour. Covers all the elements practised during the course. It is designed to ensure the applicant has achieved the required standard for issue of the licence. WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS

You will have to sit written, mainly multiple choice examinations with a minimum 75% pass mark in:

- aviation law flight rules and procedures
- navigation
- meteorology
- aircraft general knowledge and principles of flight
- human performance and limitations
- flight performance and planning

The theoretical exam will be considered complete when a pass in all parts has been achieved within 18 months and will be valid for application within 24 months of successful completion.

ORAL

This examination involves answering questions about the type of aircraft you've flown during your training.

Our staff includes CAA authorised Examiners able to conduct all the above tests and examinations.







Radio Telephony




A pass in both multiple-choice written paper and a practical (simulated flight) exercise are required for the issue of a Flight Radio Telephony Operator's (FRTO) Licence. This licence entitles the holder to operate the radio equipment in the aircraft and is a requirement before the pilot's licence is issued. We have Instructors who will teach the finer points not already learnt whilst flying and our two CAA Authorised FRTO Examiners will see you through the (not very arduous) tests.




Post-PPL Courses




Once the euphoria of qualifying to PPL standard has subsided most pilots then seek to add extra qualifications. In this way, skills are honed and expanded whilst gaining both experience and ability to fly in different weather conditions or at night or to fly a wider variety of aircraft.

We can teach you to fly at night (five-hour course) or in poorer weather than seen during your licence (IMC Rating is fifteen hours). If the aerobatics experience is your bag we can teach you this, too (in our De Havilland 1950's ex-military Chipmunk) whilst also enjoying the fun of flying in a tail-wheel aircraft.

We also have Instructors who will pass on the skills required to fly a multi-engine aircraft (six-hour course) or teach you how to be a Flight Instructor yourself (thirty-hour course).

To keep your instrument flying skills up-to-date (or learn them in the first place) we have a PC-based Instrument Flying simulator, too.







Boeing 737 Simulator


British Airways has its own Boeing 737 simulator for your use by British Airways Flying Club.

The simulator is portable, being constructed within a purpose-made four wheel trailer. It can be seen at airshow venues and exhibitions around Europe each season.

Although not supplied with 'motion', the simulator's visual system and EFIS flight deck represents a Boeing 737's controls. http://www.bafc.co.uk/images/training/outsidesim.jpghttp://www.bafc.co.uk/images/training/insidesim.jpgWhether being used for competitions, corporate day activity or instrument flying training, the simulator is available with our experienced teaching staff for serious or fun encounters. Pre-booking is essential as the simulator does travel away from Wycombe Air Park.

(http://www.bafc.co.uk/types.shtml)

رفيق الطيران
15-09-2005, 11:22 PM
طبعا كل هذا منقول من الخطوط البريطانية وسأهتم بي الترجمة والرد علي استفساراتكم

هل يوجد موقع للطيران بلغة العربية يقدم كل هذا المعلومات لزائراية
الاجابة طبعا لديكم
تحياتي لكم

رفيق الطيران
15-09-2005, 11:25 PM
Trial Lessons


A trial lesson is a perfect introduction to flying training for those who want to take a small step first. The flight will count towards the hours required to gain a pilot's licence.

A trial flying lesson is a short flight lasting from 20 minutes in the air, during which your flight instructor will allow you to have full control of the aeroplane for as long as is safely possible.

You will experience the thrills of flying and the beautiful views of the Chilterns from over 2,000 feet above the ground.

The lesson is preceded by a short flight briefing with your Instructor to discuss all aspects of the flight.



دروس تجريبيّة

درس تجريبيّ هو تقديم كامل لتدريب طيران للذي من يريد أخذ خطوة صغيرة أوّل. ستعدّ الرحلة الجوّيّة نحو الساعة مطلوب لربح قائدا طائرة\'s رخصة.

درس طيران تجريبيّ هو رحلة جوّيّة قصير المستمرّ من 20 دقيقة في الهواء، أثناء الّذي سيجيز مدرّس رحلتك جوّيّة لك ملك قيادة مليئة الطائرة لما دام ممكنة بسلامة.

ستختبر الأثار لطيران و مناظر Chilterns الجميلة من 2,000 أقدام الانتهيات أعلى من الساحة.

يسبق الدرس بواسطة تلخيص رحلة جوّيّة قصيرة مع مدرّسك ليناقش كلّ الوجهات للرحلة الجوّيّة.

رفيق الطيران
15-09-2005, 11:40 PM
A trial lesson is a perfect introduction to flying training We are now offering trial lessons on our 1950's military trainer, the de Havilland Chipmunk. Choose this aircraft for a friend or relative who wishes to take the ultimate trip back in time, or for those who wish to experience "looping the loop" or other aerobatic manoeuvres.

When your booking has been made, we request that you phone the Club on the day to check the weather conditions. You will then be advised by our staff whether your flight will go ahead. Telephone 01494 529262.

We look forward to flying with you!

Trial Lesson Prices:

Piper Warriorde Havilland DHC1 Chipmunk20 mins = £6520 mins = £7530 mins = £8530 mins = £11040 mins = £105-



JAR Private Pilot's Licence




A JAR (Joint Aviation Requirement) Licence is to a European syllabus.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR A JAR-FCL PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE

TOTAL

45 hours of flight training including:

DUAL

25 hours of dual training with a qualified instructor.

SOLO

10 hours of solo flight including:

- five hours of navigation
- qualifying cross-country flight involving landings at two other aerodromes, total distance 150nm

(Before flying solo, you must be in possession of at least a class II medical certificate).

FLIGHT TEST

Lasting approximately 2.5 hours and covering all the elements practised during the course including navigation, it is designed to ensure the applicant has achieved the required standard for issue of the licence. WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS

You will have to sit written, mainly multiple choice examinations with a minimum 75% pass mark in:

- aviation law flight rules and procedures
- navigation
- meteorology
- aircraft general knowledge and principles of flight
- human performance and limitations
- flight performance and planning

The theoretical exams will be considered complete when a pass in all parts has been achieved within 18 months and will be valid for application within 24 months of successful completion.

ORAL

This examination involves answering questions about the type of aircraft you've flown during your training.

Our staff includes CAA authorised Examiners able to conduct all the above tests and examinations.







National Private Pilot's Licence




The NPPL has been introduced in the UK as an alternative to the JAR PPL and is to the UK Civil Aviation Authority syllabus.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR A NATIONAL PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE

TOTAL

32 hours of flight training including:

DUAL

22 hours of dual training with a qualified instructor.

SOLO

10 hours of solo flight including:

- four hours of navigation
- qualifying cross-country flight involving landings at two other aerodromes, total distance 100nm.

Before flying solo, you must meet at least the DVLA Group I car driving medical standard or, for carrying passengers, the DVLA Group II HGV driving medical standard.

FLIGHT TEST

A Navigation Skill Test minimum one hour and General Handling Test approximately one hour. Covers all the elements practised during the course. It is designed to ensure the applicant has achieved the required standard for issue of the licence. WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS

You will have to sit written, mainly multiple choice examinations with a minimum 75% pass mark in:

- aviation law flight rules and procedures
- navigation
- meteorology
- aircraft general knowledge and principles of flight
- human performance and limitations
- flight performance and planning

The theoretical exam will be considered complete when a pass in all parts has been achieved within 18 months and will be valid for application within 24 months of successful completion.

ORAL

This examination involves answering questions about the type of aircraft you've flown during your training.

Our staff includes CAA authorised Examiners able to conduct all the above tests and examinations.







Radio Telephony




A pass in both multiple-choice written paper and a practical (simulated flight) exercise are required for the issue of a Flight Radio Telephony Operator's (FRTO) Licence. This licence entitles the holder to operate the radio equipment in the aircraft and is a requirement before the pilot's licence is issued. We have Instructors who will teach the finer points not already learnt whilst flying and our two CAA Authorised FRTO Examiners will see you through the (not very arduous) tests.




Post-PPL Courses




Once the euphoria of qualifying to PPL standard has subsided most pilots then seek to add extra qualifications. In this way, skills are honed and expanded whilst gaining both experience and ability to fly in different weather conditions or at night or to fly a wider variety of aircraft.

We can teach you to fly at night (five-hour course) or in poorer weather than seen during your licence (IMC Rating is fifteen hours). If the aerobatics experience is your bag we can teach you this, too (in our De Havilland 1950's ex-military Chipmunk) whilst also enjoying the fun of flying in a tail-wheel aircraft.

We also have Instructors who will pass on the skills required to fly a multi-engine aircraft (six-hour course) or teach you how to be a Flight Instructor yourself (thirty-hour course).

To keep your instrument flying skills up-to-date (or learn them in the first place) we have a PC-based Instrument Flying simulator, too.







Boeing 737 Simulator


British Airways has its own Boeing 737 simulator for your use by British Airways Flying Club.

The simulator is portable, being constructed within a purpose-made four wheel trailer. It can be seen at airshow venues and exhibitions around Europe each season.

Although not supplied with 'motion', the simulator's visual system and EFIS flight deck represents a Boeing 737's controls. Whether being used for competitions, corporate day activity or instrument flying training, the simulator is available with our experienced teaching staff for serious or fun encounters. Pre-booking is essential as the simulator does travel away from Wycombe Air Park.


الآن دروس محاكمة عرض على 1950\' مدرّب جيش s، سنجاب برّيّ دي هافيلند. اختر هذه الطائرة لصديق أو نسبيّ الّذي رغبات أن تأخذ الرحلة النهائيّة ثانية في الميعاد المحدّد، أو للتي من يتوق إلى إلى تجربة \"التيتؤدّي حركة بهلوانيّة\" أو آخر aerobatic مناورة.

عندما حجزك يملك يجعل، نحن نلتمس الذي تتلفن ل عندما على اليوم لتراقب الشروط الجوّيّة. بواسطة موظّفينا إذا ما كرحلة جوّيّة تشاء موافقة. 01494 529262 تليفون.

نتطلّع بلهفة إلى طيران معك!

أسعار درس تجريبيّ:



قائد طائراة ((خطوط جوية))

( طيران حاجة)رخصة جرّة إلى برنامج أوروبيّة.

حاجيات حدّ أدنى لجرّة- خاصّ FCL قائد طائرة\' رخصة S

مجموع

45 ساعة لتدريب رحلة جوّيّة بما في ذلك:

مثنّى

25 ساعة لتدريب ثنائيّ مع مدرّس مؤهّل.

منفرد

تحلّق 10 ساعات لمنفرد:

رفيق الطيران
15-09-2005, 11:50 PM
الحمدلله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله وعلى آله وصحبه أجمعين السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته اخوتي الكرام في منتديات خط الطيران
اتمني لكم الاستفادة في هذا الموضوع وانني حينما عرضتة بقصد ان يكون سهلا وميسرا عليكم من عناء الترجمة
واتمني منكم ان لا تبخلو علينا من استفساراتكم ومن طيب ردودكم ودمتم معنا
أبومحسن

متضرر
16-09-2005, 07:58 PM
مشكور اخي الكريم احمد علي

AboAyoob
19-09-2005, 12:57 PM
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
شكراً لك اخي الكريم احمد علي على هذا المقال

رفيق الطيران
23-09-2005, 06:33 AM
العفو أخي متضرر؛؛؛

هلا ابو ايوب تمني ان يكون الموضوع قد نال استحسانك ورضاك

وهل رجعت من السفر..؟

FLY DUBAI
12-06-2006, 12:14 PM
شكراً لك اخي الكريم على هذا المقال

Flying Way
12-06-2006, 08:28 PM
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

يعطيك العافية ع المقال مشكور وماقصرت

ننتظر جديدك ,,,

الفراشه الدلوعه
15-07-2006, 09:07 PM
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
شكرا ليك يااخ ابو محسن على الموضوع

وصراحه مرره استفدت منه
وانشاء الله تفيدنا بمواضيعك الاخري المفيده

مهند زياد المساعيد
19-09-2006, 09:27 PM
شكرا يااخي العزيز

صلاح محمد
22-09-2006, 12:54 AM
بارك الله فيك اخوي و جزاك الله خير على الموضوع الرائع

ترجمة رائعة طرح اكثر من رائع من شخصك

تسلم يديك و عسى ربي يوفقك

رحمو
26-09-2006, 02:02 AM
شكرا أخي على الموضوع
لكن اود ان انبه على نقطه الترجمه
الا وهي ان يقوم احدى الاعضاء الذين يستطيعون ترجمة هذا الكلام حرفياً ونصياً بمعنى ان يترجمو الكلام لكي يتسنى للقاري انا يفهم الكلام فهماً يسيرا وليس الترجمة عن طريق المترجم لان هناك بعض الكلمات اللتى لا يكون هنا موضعها
ارجو ان تفهمو ما اقصد .. واسف على الاطاله

momatrex
07-04-2007, 04:57 PM
بس دة غالى اووووووى
يارت تكون منحة مجانية او برسوم بسيطة

الولهان
08-04-2007, 01:35 PM
مشكور أخوي رفيق الطيران على هذا الموضوع ، بس هذي الدراسة كيف ؟؟ للبيريطانيين فقط ؟ ول للأجانب أيضا ؟ وهل هي منحنة مجانية ؟ ول برسوم ؟ و إذا برسوم فكم رسومها.
وشكرا .

ساكون طيارا
08-04-2007, 10:18 PM
طبعا كل هذا منقول من الخطوط البريطانية وسأهتم بي الترجمة والرد علي استفساراتكم

هل يوجد موقع للطيران بلغة العربية يقدم كل هذا المعلومات لزائراية
الاجابة طبعا لديكم
تحياتي لكم

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الولهان
15-04-2007, 12:15 PM
مشكور أخوي رفيق الطيران على هذا الموضوع ، بس هذي الدراسة كيف ؟؟ للبيريطانيين فقط ؟ ول للأجانب أيضا ؟ وهل هي منحنة مجانية ؟ ول برسوم ؟ و إذا برسوم فكم رسومها.
وشكرا .

FLY DUBAI
16-04-2007, 07:52 PM
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
شكراً لك اخي الكريم احمد علي على هذا المقال

كابتن منير
20-04-2007, 02:53 PM
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