Jon Fussle

published Piper J3 Cub on Floats in Aircraft 2017-02-17 13:59:36 -0500

Piper J3 Cub on Floats

The Piper J3 Cub is the quintessential small aircraft.  It is a classic design from the World War II era, and is notorious for being the trainer aircraft for almost every pilot in the United States Military for that war.  With it's classic lines, timeless yellow paint (only REAL Cubs are yellow), and it's ability to bring a smile to the face of even the most stern pilot, the J3 will make a pilot, a REAL pilot, out of you.  This aircraft qualifies as a Light Sport Aircraft, and can be found on either its traditional standard landing gear configuration or on floats on the lakes.  We do offer seaplane training and ratings in this aircraft.  

-No electrical system or equipment
-2 Seats
-85 Horsepower

Hourly Rate:

-$120 per-hour, wet ($100 Club Rate)
-If fuel is purchased off-field, the member will be reimbursed at the current market rate in Warsaw.


published Piper J3 Cub in Aircraft 2017-02-17 13:51:55 -0500

Piper J3 Cub

The Piper J3 Cub is the quintessential small aircraft.  It is a classic design from the World War II era, and is notorious for being the trainer aircraft for almost every pilot in the United States Military for that war.  With it's classic lines, timeless yellow paint (only REAL Cubs are yellow), and it's ability to bring a smile to the face of even the most stern pilot, the J3 will make a pilot, a REAL pilot, out of you.  This aircraft qualifies as a Light Sport Aircraft, and can be found on either its traditional standard landing gear configuration or on floats on the lakes.  We do offer seaplane training and ratings in this aircraft.  

-No electrical system or equipment
-2 Seats
-85 Horsepower

 

Hourly Rate:

-$120 per-hour, wet.
-If fuel is purchased off-field, the member will be reimbursed at the current market rate in Warsaw.


published Schedule 2014-04-14 11:54:32 -0400

published Lesson 2 in Private Pilot 2012-08-22 16:35:18 -0400

Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Name: Ground Operations       Lesson 2 Type:  Regular
  Lesson Description: Flight Lesson 2
  Lesson Objectives:
  • Review procedures and maneuvers introduced in Flight Lesson 1, especially preflight activities, ground operations, and attitude control during basic maneuvers using visual reference (VR).
  • Introduce additional procedures and maneuvers.
  • Emphasis will be on correct procedures for preflight and ground operations.
  Lesson Preflight 
Discussion:
  • Human factors concepts
  • Preflight activities
  • Minimum equipment list concept
  • Engine starting
  • Airport and runway marking and lighting
  • Ground operations, including crosswind taxiing
  • Collision avoidance precautions
  • Airspeed and configuration changes
  Lesson Completion 
Standards:
  • Display increased proficiency in preflight activities, ground operations, and coordinated airplane attitude control.
  • Perform takeoffs with instructor assistance.
  • Be familiar with control usage necessary to maintain altitude within ±250 feet during airspeed and configuration changes.
  • Exhibit understanding of attitude control by visual reference (VR).
  Lesson Sub-Activities:
Introduce:     Traffic Patterns
Airport, Runwy, & Taxiwy Signs, Markings, & Lightg
Flight at Slow Airspeed
Forward Slips to Landing
Minimum Equipment List
Crosswind Taxi
Flight at Various Airspeeds / Confirg. Changes
Flight at Approach Speed
Descents in High & Low Drag Configurations
Review:     Certificates and Documents
Operation of Systems
Preflight Inspection
Engine Starting
Taxiing
Before Takeoff Check
After Landing, Parking, and Securing Procedures
Radio Communications and Light Signals
Straight-and-Level Flight
Climbs and Descents
Turns
Normal Takeoff and Climb
Normal Approach and Landing
Positive Exchange of Flight Controls Procedure
Use of Checklists
Airplane Servicing
Medium Banked Turns in Both Directions

published Lesson 1 in Private Pilot 2012-08-22 16:35:03 -0400

Lesson 1

Lesson 1 Name: Introduction to Flight       Lesson 1 Type:  Regular
  Lesson Description: Flight Lesson 1
  Equipment: Aircraft only       Dual
  Lesson Objectives:
  • Become familar with the training airplane and its systems.
  • Learn about certifictes, documents, and checklists. Understand how to conduct the necessary preflight activties. Learn about the functions of the flight controls, and how they are used to maintain specific attitudes.
  • Gain an understanding of preflight preparation and procedures.
  Lesson Preflight 
Discussion:
  • Fitness for flight
  • Positive exchange of flight controls
  • Certificates and documents
  • Airplane logbooks
  • Airplane servicing
  • Fuel grades
  Lesson Completion 
Standards:
  • Display basic knowledge of aircraft systems and the necessity of checking their operation before flight.
  • Become familiar with the control systems and how they are used to maneuver the airplane on the ground and in the air.
  Lesson Sub-Activities:
Introduce:     Certificates and Documents
Operation of Systems
Preflight Inspection
Engine Starting
Taxiing
Before Takeoff Check
After Landing, Parking, and Securing Procedures
Radio Communications and Light Signals
Straight-and-Level Flight
Climbs and Descents
Turns
Normal Takeoff and Climb
Normal Approach and Landing
Use of Checklists
Airplane Servicing
Location of First Aid Kit
Location of Fire Extinguisher
Equipment Checks
Level Offs
Medium Banked Turns in Both Directions

published New Website in Blog 2012-08-22 09:32:49 -0400

New Website

After nearly a decade with the stuffy old website, Warsaw Flying Club has upgraded our website to integrate nicely with Facebook, Twitter, and other social media!  You can join us in our discussions, reccomend us to friends, interact on our website like never before.  The best part of all this is that you can earn t-shirts, sweatshirts, Discovery Flights (use them as gifts, if you're already flying), or even flight time!


published Private Pilot in Learn to Fly 2012-08-14 19:09:10 -0400

Private Pilot

The Private Pilot Course will lead to the attainment of the FAA's Private Pilot License.  With this license, you will be able to fly virtually any single engine aircraft weighing less than 12,500 pounds.


 

Below you will find copies of your lesson plans, tests, checklists, etc. Plan accordingly.
Stage I (Lessons 1-12) is aimed toward achieving the solo.
Stage II (Lessons 13-20) is aimed toward completing the cross-country phase.
Stage III (Lessons 21-26) is final preparation for the checkride


Book List 

Complete the Pre-Solo Written Before Lesson 10

Useful Links and Forms


published Lesson 3 in Private Pilot 2012-08-14 19:04:16 -0400

Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Name: Basic Maneuvers       Lesson 3 Type:  Regular
  Lesson Description: Flight Lesson 3
  Equipment: Aircraft only       Dual
  Lesson Objectives:
  • Review airspeed control during basic maneuvers and traffic pattern operations.
  • Introduce stalls from various flight attitudes to increase understanding of airplane control during normal and critical flight conditions.
  • Introduce attitude control by instrument reference (IR).
  • Emphasis will be directed to proper execuction of the listed basic maneuvers and procedures, particularly takeoffs, traffic patterns, and landings.
  Lesson Preflight 
Discussion:
  • Situational awareness
  • Basic instrument maneuvers
  • Preflight planning, operation of powerplant, aircraft systems, and engine runup procedures
  • Visual scanning and collision avoidance precautions
  • Windshear and wake turbulence avoidance procedures
  Lesson Completion 
Standards:
  • Display increased proficiency in coordinated airplane attitude control during basic maneuvers.
  • Perform unassisted takeoffs.
  • Demonstrate correct communications and traffic pattern procedures.
  • Landings completed with instructor assistance.
  • Maintain altitude within ±250 feet during airspeed transitions and while maneuvering at slow airspeeds.
  • Indicate basic ability to control attitude by instrument reference.
  Lesson Sub-Activities:
Introduce:     Power-Off Stalls
Power-On Stalls
Maneuvering During Slow Flight
Straight-and-Level Flight
Constant Airspeed Climbs
Constant Airspeed Descents
Review:     Preflight Inspection
Engine Starting
Before Takeoff Check
After Landing, Parking, and Securing Procedures
Radio Communications and Light Signals
Traffic Patterns
Airport, Runwy, & Taxiwy Signs, Markings, & Lightg
Flight at Slow Airspeed
Normal Takeoff and Climb
Normal Approach and Landing
Collision Avoidance
Use of Checklists
Airplane Servicing
Minimum Equipment List
Flight at Various Airspeeds / Confirg. Changes
Flight at Approach Speed
Descents in High & Low Drag Configurations

published Aircraft 2012-08-09 12:47:07 -0400

Aircraft

The following is a current list of aircraft available at the Warsaw Flying Club for flight training and for personal use:

The Piper J3 Cub
$85 per Hour Dry (Members: $65 Dry)
Our beautiful Cessna 152 is fully equipped for flight training and is ideal for students learning to fly, for that trip to the lake and downstate.  It travels at 105 knots and has an endurance of 4 hours with two seats.  We estimate the fuel burn at 6 GPH at cruise.
The Cessna 152
1014484_10151790424282985_627476670_o.jpg$85 per Hour Dry (Members: $65 Dry)
Our beautiful Cessna 152 is fully equipped for flight training and is ideal for students learning to fly, for that trip to the lake and downstate.  It travels at 105 knots and has an endurance of 4 hours with two seats.  We estimate the fuel burn at 6 GPH at cruise.
The Cessna 172
10250084_10152817512682985_7152052495246004333_n_(1).jpg$105 per Hour Dry (Members: $85 Dry)
We offer two great Cessna 172's. Both are fully equipped for all your traveling and flight training needs. These birds are ideal for pilots who are ready to go somewhere in comfort with a well-equipped aircraft. The Cessna 172 travels at 115 knots and has an endurance of 4 hours with four seats.  We estimate the fuel burn at 7.5 GPH at cruise.
The Cirrus SR22
$295 per Hour Wet (Members: $275 Wet)
We are so excited to offer the Cirrus SR22.  Thke newest aircraft in the fleet is equipped with the standard Cirrus equipment including the Cirrus Aircraft Parachute System (CAPS), dual Garmin 430 GPS systems, an electronic primary flight display, a multi-function display, and complete leather interior.  It also comes with air conditioner, and the TKS anti-ice system.

published Learn to Fly 2012-08-09 12:39:49 -0400

Be a Pilot

Spring is finally in the air and the weather is starting to turn. While we enjoy flying and teaching in all seasons, our prime flying season is kicking off! Enjoy the change in weather with a change of scenery and perspective! Whether you want to start a new career, finish what you've already started, or get started with a new hobby, the Warsaw Flying Club is the perfect place for you to fulfill your aviation dreams. Check out our options below to get started. Call 888-904-1256 to schedule a meeting with an instructor or email us to schedule a flight with us. Thanks for choosing the Warsaw Flying Club! We look forward to flying with you!


$119 Intro Flight 
A perfect introduction for someone who has never been in a small airplane or someone who wants to see a different perspective of life.

  • Includes a 15 minute flight in a Cessna 172
  • Invite two friends to join you on your flight!

Purchase an Intro Flight


$149 Discovery Flight 
This is a perfect gift for someone interested in learning how to fly as the Discovery Flight is the first lesson of flight training.

  • Includes a WFC t-shirt
  • A logbook
  • 1 hour ground school lesson
  • 30 minutes of flight time in a Cessna 172
  • Bring two friends to enjoy this experience with you

Purchase a Discovery Flight


$250 Bi-annual Flight Review
Perfect for someone who wants to keep or regain their currency and build their confident in their ability as a pilot.  This is a great gift for a private or commercial pilot.

  • Includes 1 hour ground instruction, a 1 hour check in Cessna 172 and a WFC t-shirt.

Purchase a BFR


See what you can expect on a Discovery Flight with the Warsaw Flying Club

 


published Rules 2012-08-09 10:19:19 -0400

Rules

  1. Respect everyone's time. No spam.
  2. Be civil. No personal attacks.
  3. 1 account per person.

published Spread the word 2012-08-09 10:18:09 -0400

Help Spread the Word

Thank you for your participation in the Summer Camp at the Warsaw Flying Club!  Please consider helping us spread the word, and for every new customer who credits you with their reason for joining, you we will give you an additional 10% discount (paid in cash) after July 8, 2013.


published Leaderboard 2012-08-09 10:18:07 -0400

Leaderboard

Top 5 Most Earned Club Points (All time)
1
+91.60CP earned club points
2
+83CP earned club points
3
+70CP earned club points
4
+42CP earned club points
5
+42CP earned club points
Top 5 Most Earned Club Points (This month)
1
+7CP earned club points
2
+5CP earned club points
3
+2CP earned club points
4
+2CP earned club points
5
+2CP earned club points

published Follows 2012-08-09 10:18:07 -0400

published Followers 2012-08-09 10:18:07 -0400

published Find friends 2012-08-09 10:18:07 -0400

published Calendar 2012-08-09 10:18:06 -0400

published Volunteer 2012-08-09 10:18:05 -0400

published Join 2012-08-09 10:18:04 -0400

Join Warsaw Flying Club

The Warsaw Flying Club is excited to get to know you, to welcome you to this exciting new world of aviation, and to help you learn more!  Whether you are interested in just learning more about your local airport or would like to start your career in aviation, we would love to be here for you!  Please fill out the information below and we will contact you as soon as practical!

Welcome to the world of aviation... to freedom!

After you fill out your information below, you will be redirected to our "Learn to Fly" page.


published Home 2012-08-09 10:18:00 -0400

Welcome to the Warsaw Flying Club, where the difference is the people.  Our goal is to provide the best aircraft, the best flight instructors, for the best pilots in the world.  We are proud to offer flight training from Private Pilot through Airline Transport Pilot license in addition to the Instrument and Multi-Engine ratings!

If you are not a pilot and are interested in becoming a pilot, why not schedule a Discovery Flight?  The adventure, fun, and challenge of learning to fly is only a few clicks away, you know It's Time to Fly...



 


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