Welcome to Flying'sCool!.
Our mission is to introduce children and adults to flying using flight simulation and other innovative multi-media tools. We provide classes with hands on experience, educational enrichment programs for schools, eLearning products for use at home, and other event support services such as birthday parties and boy scouts. Our goal is to use the natural fascination people have for flying as a tool for education and entertainment.
"Education is not the filling of a bucket, but the lighting of a fire." - W.B. Yeats
- Android Apps for Private Pilots I – The Phone Upgrade
- Roudenbush Center Open House, Thursday Sept. 1
- Fall Classes Start Tuesday 9/27 at Roudenbush Center
- Runway Status Lights Are Coming to an Airport Near You
- Fly a plane & see Flying’sCool! Sat. 8/13/11 in Stow, MA at Young Eagles, Minuteman Airport
Category Archives: Flying Tips
I absolutely loved my Nexus One. Problem was, it just didn’t have enough memory. It had less than 250 MB of useable memory for apps, and most of that was taken up by the standard apps likes Flash, Maps, etc.. … Continue reading →
So, you’d like to make your sim flights as realistic as possible by using up to date charts and terminal procedures, or you pilot real planes and are looking for the latest aeronautical charts and airport data? Well, your friendly FAA … Continue reading →
Thought I’d “retweet” this – From FAASafety.gov: Boing! A Landing Safety Tip Notice Number: NOTC2677 When an airplane contacts the ground with a sharp impact it tends to bounce back into the air. The airplane does not bounce like a … Continue reading →
I was recently going through what people are searching for when they find my blog, and I noticed somebody was looking for Cessna C414 procedures. Well, as I noted previously, one of my favorite things to do in FSX is … Continue reading →