some nice feedback...

Re: some nice feedback...

Postby Keith Smith » Sat Feb 01, 2020 8:20 pm

Received via email this evening...

I want to tell you, pilotedge is a great tool for practice my radio communication, in México I held my commercial pilot license, but all the radio slang is completely different, technically I learn English 11 years ago when I met my wife I'm 44 years old, I'm trying to get my FAA pilot license, and still talking and writing backwards, but I prefer make a mistake on the simulator than the real world, yesterday I make a few mistakes, pilotedge twr correct to me. PLEASE tell your staff thank you for helping me.
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Re: some nice feedback...

Postby mh81 » Wed Feb 05, 2020 7:53 pm

I'd like to +1 all of the good things that people have said about PilotEdge. It's really helped my radio communication in the real world. I was usually alright until I got an approach clearance and my brain would lock up about half way through it. With PilotEdge, I've been able to fly IFR flight after IFR flight after IFR flight, and I'm slowly getting better on the radio. It's saved me a fortune over trying to replicate that same amount of experience in the air.

I've also been really impressed by the quality of the controllers I've worked with on PilotEdge. They show a lot of patience for us task-saturated IFR students. Thanks for all of the help, especially whoever was handling Santa Barbara approach tonight when I had to request an amended clearance mid-approach due to a baby waking up.
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Re: some nice feedback...

Postby RogerW » Sat Feb 29, 2020 9:18 pm

[quote=".... due to a baby waking up.[/quote]

:lol: Baby in the cockpit?? I hate it when that happens! :lol:

Yes Pilotedge has a great group of people.
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