Bush Flying Basics will show and explain, using real world footage from across the globe, the stick and rudder flying skills needed for off-airport operations and how to acquire them, the sometimes subtle considerations associated with aircraft performance and how to develop the ability to predict performance under almost all situations of density altitude, loading, surface types, slope and surface contamination. Illustrates and explains the LOWPASS acronym, used to methodically evaluate a possible off-airport landing area and reduce the risk associated with such operations. You may never fly in the bush for a living, but you can learn these skills as well, and become a safer, more confident and more capable pilot in the process.
Bush Flying Basics DVD
Bush Flying Basics brings together and explains the stick and rudder skills, aircraft performance considerations and terrain evaluation techniques used by working bush pilots worldwide. If you ever wanted to know what professional bush flying is really about, this is the video for you.