Why Student Pilots Quit Flight Training

Why student pilots quit flight training I see it regularly, student start their flight training super excited and and all gung-ho. But eventually, for some reason, never earn their certificate. The student pilot dropout rate is about 2/3 to 75% of student pilots. Just in case you are wondering, “should I quit flying?”: In this video we’ll be exploring the hurdles that might prevent you from finishing your flight training. And also, how to overcome them. hope this information is helpful for you! Link to the video about motion sickness: https://youtu.be/hmbXCdOyJOU You might be interested in the IFR basics video series, providing you with basic information that will help you gain more understanding of what you learn in instrument ground school. The link to the playlist of this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu3pgl3EtgA-AgMjF4I0abxRZ_3vgKddw Another informational series that I did was on radio communications: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu3pgl3EtgA_v0-h_21JUm2Ahk_9q6hd3 Twice a week I am uploading flight specific content like this one: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu3pgl3EtgA-ZrQfD3kQhcbAccKOBqeal Say hi on social: Instagram: @nancy_bshaw Facebook: @NancyBshawloves2AV8 Say hi with email: nancybradshaw@gmail.com All videos on my channel are for entertainment and informational purposes only. I am not intending to flight instruct via this medium. Make sure you contact your local CFI or flight school for flight instruction. https://youtu.be/RppVcy4DTOA #flighttraining #becomingapilot #studentpilot

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