HOLLADAY AVIATION Aviation and local airspace education

FAA PreSolo Required Education

Meet Aeronautical Knowledge 61.87 Part B Requirements.

Airplane Specific Education

Learn about your flight school airplane, including preflight checks, instruments, systems and V-Speeds.

Local Airspace Education

Learn about your local airspace including home airport, surrounding airports, A-G airspace requirements.

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3-part Educational Process


Part #1: Fundamentals of FlightMeet 61.87 part b, aeronautical knowledge for student pilot pre-solo training


  • Lesson 1:Airplane Flight Controls: Pitch (elevator), Roll (ailerons), Yaw (rudder) — 61.87(d)(3)
  • Lesson 2:Airplane Engines and How They Produce Power (major engine components and the combustion cycle) — 61.87(d)(2)
  • Lesson 3:Fuel System — 61.87(d)(3)
  • Lesson 4:Electrical System — 61.87(d)(3)
  • Lesson 5:Flight Instruments: Information They Provide and How They Operate — 61.87(d)(3)
  • Lesson 6:Engine Instruments: Monitoring Engine Performance — 61.87(d)(3)
  • Lesson 7:Aerodynamics: Lift, Drag and Angle of Attack — 61.87(d)(11)
  • Lesson 8:Aerodynamics: Straight and Level, Climb and Descent, and Maneuvering Flight (turns, adverse yaw, load factor, Va) — 61.87(d)(6,7,10)
  • Lesson 9:Aerodynamics: Slow Flight, Power On and Power Off Stalls, and Spins (causal factors, recognition, and recovery procedures) — 61.87(d)(11,12)

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Lesson 10

  • Engine Design (choose one or both)
    -Fuel Injected
  • Flight Instruments (choose one or both)
    -Vacuum System and Gyroscopic Instruments
    -AHRS and Electronic Flight Instruments


Lesson Example: Airworthiness Requirements

Lesson Example: Flying the Pattern

Part #2: Preflight Action and FAA RegulationsLearn about your flight school airplane


  • Lesson 11:Pilot In Command Responsibility — 91.3, 91.13
  • Lesson 12:Hazardous Attitudes and Self-Assessment (IMSAFE) — 91.17
  • Lesson 13:Student Pilot Privileges and Limitations — 61.87(n), 61.89, 61.93
  • Lesson 14:Preflight Briefing: Sources (online vs. telephone, apps), Types (standard, outlook, abbreviated), and Interpretation (weather products and NOTAMs; AGL/MSL) — 61.87(d)(1), 91.103
  • Lesson 15:Basic VFR Weather Minimums — 91.155
  • Lesson 16:Weight and Balance — 91.9, 91.103
  • Lesson 17:Required Documents: Pilot and Airplane — 61.83, 91.7, 91.9
  • Lesson 18:Preflight Inspection (checklist, POH/AFM, required equipment, required maintenance and inspections) — 61.87(d)(1), 91.7, 91.9, 91.103, 91.203, 91.205, 91.207, 91.209, 91.403, 91.409, 91.413
  • Lesson 19:Fuel Requirements — 61.87(d)(1), 91.151
  • Lesson 20:Takeoff and Landing Distance Requirements — 61.87(d)(1)

Additional Courses for Your Flight School Airplane!

Lesson 21

  • Weight and balance data for your aircraft
  • Performance data for your aircraft including takeoff and landing distance, rate of climb, fuel burn and endurance
  • Operational Checklists for your aircraft


Lesson Example: 6 Pack

Lesson Example: V Speeds

Part #3: Ground and Flight Operations Learn about your local airspace including the rules and procedures


  • Lesson 22:Engine Start (cold/hot start, priming, flooded procedure, fires) — 61.87(d)(2)
  • Lesson 23:Ground Operations (seatbelt use, lights, airport diagram, airport markings and signs, taxi and taxi clearance as required in controlled airspace, movement vs. non-movement areas, Hot Spots) — 61.87(d)(4), 91.107, 91.123, 91.209, AIM 2-3
  • Lesson 24:Engine Run-Up and Pre-Takeoff Checklist (minimum oil temp for run-up, what to do if engine runs rough during magneto check, how to identify and attempt to clear a fouled spark plug, pilot self-briefing and departure plan) — 61.87(d)(4)
  • Lesson 25:Normal Takeoff and Climb (definition of Vr, Vy, Vx and example of where to find the associated values for your aircraft) — 61.87(d)(5)
  • Lesson 26:Airport Traffic Patterns — 61.87(d)(8), AIM 4-3-3
  • Lesson 27:Airport Traffic Pattern Procedures and Radio Communications: Non-Towered Airports — 61.87(d)(8), AIM 4-3-3
  • Lesson 28:Airport Traffic Pattern Procedures and Radio Communications: Towered Airports — 61.87(d)(8), AIM 4-3-2, AIM 4-3-13
  • Lesson 29:Right of Way Rules — 91.113
  • Lesson 30:Minimum Altitudes — 91.119
  • Lesson 31:Collision Avoidance — 61.87(d)(9)
  • Lesson 32:Wind Shear Avoidance — 61.87(d)(9)
  • Lesson 33:Wake Turbulence: Identification and Avoidance — 61.87(d)(9)
  • Lesson 34:Land and Hold Short Operations (LAHSO) — AIM 4-3-11
  • Lesson 35:Normal Approach and Landing (definition of Vref, Vs, Vso and where to find the associated values for your aircraft) — 61.87(d)(5,10)
  • Lesson 36:Crosswind Approach and Landing (slips, personal minimums vs. max demonstrated crosswind component) — 61.87(d)(5,16)
  • Lesson 37:Go-Around or Aborted Landing Approach — 61.87(d)(17)
  • Lesson 38:Abnormal Situations (loss of communication in controlled airspace, equipment malfunction, troubleshooting, checklist usage) — 61.87(d)(13), 91.125
  • Lesson 39:Emergency Situations (engine failure, fires; include appropriate speeds/configurations) — 61.87(d)(13)
  • Lesson 40:Lost Procedures (CCC – climb, confess, comply; how to find nearest ATC frequency on a Sectional chart or using Nearest function on GPS; functions of transponder)
  • Lesson 41:Airspace A to G: Classes of Airspace, Identification on a Sectional Chart — 91.126-133, AIM
  • Lesson 42:Special Use Airspace: Restricted, Prohibited, MOA — AIM 3-4
  • Lesson 43:Temporary Flight Restrictions — AIM 3-5-3

Additional Courses for Your Flight School Airspace!

Lesson 44

  • FAA Sectional (or TAC) chart detail of your local airspace (25nm radius of airport where flight school is based)
  • FAA airport diagram of your home airport
  • FAA Chart Supplement detail for your home airport
  • Traffic Pattern Procedures at your home airport, including suggested power settings/speeds/flap settings for each leg of the pattern in your aircraft
  • Student Pilot “Cheat Sheet” that includes all radio frequencies for your home airport, nearest ATC facility, emergency frequency, and FAA light gun signals table


Lesson Example: Basic Airspace 101

Lesson Example: Local Airspace Review (Jacksonville)


What is included in the is an educational resource for student pilots to accomplish their goal and become a certified pilot!

Typically the build out covers 3 specific segments:
1. FAA required pre-solo knowledge lessons and exams
2. Customized aircraft knowledge portals
3. Local airspace knowledge portals

How many times can I access the software?

Your membership gives you unlimited access to the software!

You can take the individualized lessons as many times as you’d like. Whether you’re a new student, need to prepare before the check-ride or you need a refresher as a current pilot, is a resource for you. Your purchase provides a membership that never expires!

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