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Aircraft Engineer Salary - Salaries for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
 
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Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan Did you enjoy this video? Please consider leaving a tip: https://paypal.me/redspan Study Aircraft Engineering online with these courses: http://ow.ly/R94y30n89Ch Aircraft Engineering books: https://goo.gl/9i3UDa Part66 Engineer App: https://goo.gl/nvYi8f There are opportunities globally for the transportable skills of an aircraft engineer or technician in a bouyant aviation industry. Aircraft Engineer Salary - Salaries for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers In this video I talk about the salaries that aircraft engineers can expect in various countries around the globe. I'll describe the salary range you can expect from junior to senior engineer in the countries where jobs are plentiful. Then I'll conclude this video with a few tips on how to get started on your career. Aircraft or aerospace engineers are essential to the aviation and aerospace industries. Every aircraft that flies, whether it's a flying club's Cessna 152, a private jet, an Airbus A380, or a F-35 Lightning requires aircraft engineers to keep it flying. All aircraft, large or small, simple or complex, require qualified engineers who carry out the mandatory checks and maintenance on the airframe, engines, and instruments. These checks and scheduled maintenance may be prompted by time periods or the number of hours an aircraft has spent in the air. As well as servicing existing aircraft, aerospace engineers may also be employed to research, design, and test new aircraft, missiles, satellites, and spacecraft. Unmanned aircraft fly without a pilot aboard but no aircraft can fly without an engineer to build, service, and maintain it. Your aircraft mechanic salary will be commensurate with experience and responsibilities, and aircraft engineering is no exception. The figures for aircraft maintenance engineering salaries in this video are averages collected in late 2018. They are base salaries so they don't include any bonuses, overtime, or profit shares that may be offered. This is an important point to remember because such extras can make a significant difference to your take-home pay. How to become a licenced Aircraft Engineer or Technician. The safety of aircraft and therefore the lives of passengers and crew rely upon the expertise of engineers. Training and qualifications are demanding. You'll need a strong technical aptitude and attention to detail. There are several grades of engineers; for example, Ramp or Line Maintenance Mechanics who service existing aircraft, replacing parts, and carrying out routine maintenance. Then there are Base Technicians who carry out overhauls on older or more complex aircraft. Then there are the categories associated with the various aircraft types; fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft. So the candidate has to choose which aircraft type interests them and therefore which path of training and certification they want to follow. Continued in the video... #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Career Training and Business Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPK3wGn1LOg&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOh6TeMUA-rlHjIK9RcF5m0 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/203282 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, Udemy, and iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 105519 Ben Lovegrove
Pilot Shortage 2018 & Beyond.  Pilot, Cabin Crew, Engineers Jobs
 
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The Pilot Shortage in 2018 and into the future. The prospects for air crew, cabin crew and aerospace engineers. In this video I examine the myth and reality behind the much reported global pilot shortage. In 2015 Boeing predicted that the global aviation industry would need over 600,000 pilots in the years ahead. Boeing have revised their initial estimates and the results were published in the 2016 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook. The prospects for aviation are both exciting and alarming. There is buoyant growth in the industry. Cleaner, quieter, more efficient aircraft are being designed and produced. Demand for both passenger and cargo traffic is increasing. For every air crew there is also a requirement for a proportional number of cabin crew. For every aircraft in the air there is a need for aircraft engineers to maintain the fleet. So the combined total is estimated to be two million new commercial airline pilots, maintenance technicians, and cabin crew between now and 2035. This figure can be broken down into 617,000 new commercial airline pilots, 679,000 new maintenance technicians, and 814,000 new cabin crew. Continued in the video.... ### Get a video advert for your business: http://www.redspan.com Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular YouTube Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/164978 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
Views: 10861 Ben Lovegrove
How To Avoid Online Dating Scams And Romance Fraud.  ID Theft Tips For Daters and Webmasters
 
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How To Avoid Online Dating Scams And Romance Fraud - http://www.redspan.com This video one of a series about creating and running online dating sites so be sure to subscribe or check my channel for the others. It is an unfortunate fact that with tens of millions of people using online dating sites each year there are a few peple who fall prey to the fraudsters and scammers. Many victims are reluctant to report the financial loss to the authorities because they feel ashamed of being taken in and fleeced. So can you, as a dating site member or a site owner, be more aware of the signs? We are all familiar with the common sense precautions of day to day life. We lock our homes and vehicles, we zip up bags in crowded streets, and we have learned to be wary of suspicious emails and phone calls. However, when people enter the world of online dating they sometimes forget their common sense and let their guard down. This is because affairs of the heart and the emotions require that we open up a bit to strangers. You can proceed to do so and enjoy great success with online dating. Millions of people have met their partners (temporary or permanent) through dating sites but just as we take precautions when out shopping or opening emails so we must be sensible and wary of what we do online. The key thing to remember is that most people instinctively want to TRUST and HELP others. Good, decent folk are always willing to give a stranger the benefit of the doubt. It's what makes the vast majority of people on our planet kind people who are willing to help when someone asks. But it is also the reason con artists succeed in defrauding us. They know how to exploit these instincts and feelings. Know The Signs First, the fraudster simply communicates with you for weeks or perhaps even months in order to earn your TRUST. They behave just as you would expect. They are kind and attentive. They respond to your messages and tell you all about themselves. They open up and encourage you to do likewise. Unbeknwon to you, they may be sat at home or even in an office with a long list of people they are in touch with around the world. This is the grooming stage. They regard you as a target that needs to be nurtured before they move into the second stage. The second stage is when they have gained your trust. Then they will ask for your HELP. It may be small sums at first. Perhaps it's a few dollars for some school books for the children. Who can resist the urge to help a sick child? They might ask for a few hundred dollars for medical bills. And so it continues. Take Precautions The Golden Rule of online dating is simple. Never send anyone any money, no matter how convincing the story. Never put your full name, exact date of birth, or any external contact details on your dating site profile where others can see it. Always communicate with others through the dating site and defer exchanging email addresses and contact phone numbers until later. Never reveal any of your financial details. The fraudster may try to convince you that they have a sum of money they want to send abroad for safe keeping and trust you to look after it. Once they have your personal and financial details you are at a high risk of identity theft and losses from your account. They may also ask you to receive items they send from abroad for collection by a friend or relative later. Never agree to this either as you could become the recipient of drugs or other contraband. Useful Websites Please visit one or more of these site and read more about romance scams. Arm yourself with the knowledge and you'll stay safe. http://www.actionfraud.police.uk http://www.scamwatch.gov.au http://www.consumeraffairs.com/online-dating-scams Finally, like all discussion about crime and criminals it can seem a bit scary but as long as you take these precautions there is no reason why you shouldn't enjoy all the benefits of online dating. If you have any experiences with romance fraud and other online dating scams please add a comment below. Please share this video with anyone you think might benefit from the advice. Thank you. Good luck with your love life! For more information about starting and running an online dating site visit my business site: http://www.redspan.com Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/53393 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 22706 Ben Lovegrove
Ley Lines UK - Following The Old Straight Track Through Britain's Earth Energy Matrix
 
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Recommended Reading: https://goo.gl/FsF12u About forty years ago I developed an interest in the subject of ley lines. The interest was sparked by reading about them in various books on related subjects. It wasn't long before I had ordered a copy of 1920s classic that sparked the fire of interest, The Old Straight Track by Alfred Watkins. Many other titles soon followed. Do Ley Lines exist? If you want an argument that debunks them then there are plenty of websites that do just that. If you want to read of how and why they might be real then there are books and websites that do that too. I'm not really interested in persuading you of their existence or proselytizing about a New Age fad. If the subject interests you then you'll probably approach it with an open mind. If not then you'll find plenty of reasons to scoff and will find better things to do with your time. For example, one of the points made by those debunking them is the fact that alignments are often made up of sites that are from vastly different eras in history – a medieval church and a Bronze Age tumulus for example. The Ley Hunter's answer to this is that the church was built on an existing holy site. So while the church itself may be medieval the site dates back much further. So what is a Ley Line? At face value ley lines are (or appear to be) alignments of sites that have been or continue to be sacred and holy. They can be made up of round barrows (tumuli), long barrows, single standing stones, stone circles, holy wells, ancient churches (built on older sacred sites), man-made notches in the landscape, ancient earthworks, and many more besides. Ley lines may follow the routes of ancient track ways but they are not just pre-historic paths. They may follow the length of a Roman road which in turn was built on an older road. The older road may have been a path created by migrating deer or other animals. However, the alignments themselves are only half the story. The other half of the equation are the two lines of energy* that weave around the alignment. These two meandering lines are opposites that form a balance; male and female, Sun and Moon, yin and yang if you like. *Yes, I know, it's that vague New Age term energy but ask anyone experience in dowsing to show you how it's detected in the field and you'll at least see a demonstration of something there. An experienced dowser might be sort that the geology, oil, water, and gas companies employ for locating fresh resources (but don't like to admit that they do). Think of the caduceus. If ever there was an apt symbol for a ley line then that is it. Two serpents coiled around a winged straight rod and the symbol of Hermes Trismegistus (Greco-Egyptian), Hermes (Greek), and Mercury (Roman). There are plenty of lengthy descriptions that go into more detail. See benlovegrove.com/ley-lines-uk-the-old-straight-track/ for some recommended titles. Interest in Britain's holy places has never really waned all that much and now it's going through a resurgence once again. Organisations like the British Pilgrimage Trust and the Gatekeeper Trust are encouraging people to get off the sofa and go outside to explore ancient pathways. By walking the old paths you can expect to be both renewed yourself as well as participating in the process of renewal and regeneration of this timeless network. Whatever your views on the reality of ley lines the process of exploring the sites expands the mind and lifts the spirit. You will be visiting lonely and near forgotten barrows, old churches (and country pubs), and hills, trees, and earthworks. Forty years later I have re-visited some of those sites and intend to visit many more. A few years ago I took a drone out on several occasions and made a few short films of some well known sites. You'll find links to those drone videos in my channel and in the playlist to which this video is assigned. Like so many things, it is far better to read a book on the subject that to rely on dubious information gleaned through web browsing. Visit sacred sites and megalithic structures. Investigate the folklore and legend of places like Glastonbury in Somerset. Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 Disclosure As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
Views: 3958 Ben Lovegrove
How To Start A Drone Business That Will Last And Succeed. 7 Tips From A Former UAV Operator
 
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Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan Did you enjoy this video? Please consider leaving a tip: https://paypal.me/redspan Useful drone books: https://goo.gl/fHTfsm How To Start a Drone Business That Will Last And Succeed Full Text: https://www.redspan.com/how-to-start-a-drone-business/ What I'm about to tell you is based on my own experiences. The opportunities are huge and if you're ready then you can look forward to a long and lucrative career in the world of unmanned aviation. I'd be very interested to know more about you and your business, and if any of what I'm about to say is of use to you. So please, watch to the end and leave me some feedback in the comment section below. The tips that follow apply to any drone business whether your speciality is aerial photography, videography, mapping, thermal imagery, or whatever. 1. Preparation and planning Your first task is to consider your market. Who are your clients likely to be? How will you find them? Having found them how will you persuade them to use your services as opposed to any other UAV operator? How far are you prepared to travel? Is all your business going to be locally based, in your home country, or abroad as well? 2. Create a business plan If you've ever watched the TV show Dragons' Den (and I recommend you do) you will probably know that it is essential to know the figures for your business. It doesn't matter how good the product or service, if it doesn't show a reasonable profit in a given timeframe then it's never going to succeed. So your first task is to create a business plan. This doesn't have to be a complicated PowerPoint presentation with pretty pictures and multimedia (unless you intent to pitch for some investment) but you should at least compile one or more spreadsheets that remind you of what your capital costs and expenditure are likely to be in the first 12-24 months. There are plenty of free Excel templates online. Just google for 'business plan templates Excel' or similar phrases. 3. Controlling your budget The second point I want to emphasise to keep a tight rein on your budget. You might thing that you need every new gadget, tool, and software for your business. It's very easy at the start when you're flushed with enthusiasm (and you've still got money to spend!) to buy all the latest kit. Just remember that for every pound or dollar you spend you will have to replace it with several pounds or dollars. Do you really need that gadget or software today? Don't get bitten by the software bug and suffer from upgradeitus. A lot of software tools are filled with features we don't use. Stick to the essentials. 4. Set the right price Imagine the scenario; you've quoted for a job but your client hesitates and tells you that they can only pay a proportion of your price. They may even hint that they will hire you again if they can secure a discount this time. My advice is to stick to your original price and don't be talked into a discount that results in you working at a loss. You should know from your business plan what your break even price is so you'll know there will a point at which it's just not worth taking the job. 5. Reinvestment and further training Following on from the point about profit there is the need for reinvesting in your business. You didn't think that £150 was going to go into your back pocket, did you? Continued in the video... #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### I upload 2-4 times per month. Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y Playlists Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools https://goo.gl/rh9P46 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
Views: 40725 Ben Lovegrove
Light Sport Aircraft For Sale - 10 Current Types of LSA
 
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Light Sport Aircraft For Sale: https://goo.gl/j7ypid In this video I list ten light sport aircraft that are currently available. In just a few years, light sport aircraft have become an integral part of the aviation world. From nowhere a few decades ago, interest has steadily grown and they now make up a significant part of the General Aviation market. Many aircraft manufacturers offer an LSA variant so it can be tricky to choose the right one with so much choice. Here's a guide to ten of the best sellers currently available. 1. Arion LS-1 Lightning http://www.flylightning.net 2. Bristell TDO http://www.bristell.com 3. CubCrafters Carbon Cub SS http://www.cubcrafters.com 4. Czech Sport Aircraft SportCruiser http://www.czechsportaircraft.com 5. Evektor Harmony http://www.evektor.com 6. Flight Design CTLSi http://www.flightdesign.com 7. Jabiru J230-D http://www.jabiru.net.au 8. Pipistrel Alpha Trainer http://www.pipistrel-usa.com 9. Tecnam Sierra Mk 2 http://www.tecnam.com 10. The Aircraft Factory Sling 2 http://www.airplanefactory.co.za #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular playlists: Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Career Training and Business Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPK3wGn1LOg&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOh6TeMUA-rlHjIK9RcF5m0 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/178739 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
Views: 10937 Ben Lovegrove
Aircraft Dispatcher, Flight Dispatcher, Flight Operations Officer
 
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In this video I describe the role of the Aircraft or Flight Dispatcher. You may also see this role described as the Airline Dispatcher or Flight Operations Officer, among other titles. Every commercial aircraft that takes off from an airport requires a team of people who ensure its departure is safe and on time. As well as the engineers who may have serviced the aircraft, the ground operations teams who load the cargo or passenger luggage, the cabin and air crew, there are the Flight Dispatchers. The Flight Dispatchers are responsible for coordinating all the services and preparations required to ensure an aircraft leaves on schedule. They start their day with a thorough examination of the current weather and the forecast for all their aircraft routes and destinations. They check the route for the intended flight and make any adjustments to it, having taken into account weather conditions en route or at the destination, and the operational status of airports. For this reason, Flight Dispatchers need to be able to confidently interpret weather data, NOTAMs, and other forms of information relating to aircraft in flight. Flight Dispatchers spend a lot of time communicating with colleagues on the ground, at the airport, and the flight crews aboard the aircraft. They arrange for the cleaning of passenger aircraft and the loading of cargo aircraft. They arrange for the refuelling, routine maintenance checks, and any ad hoc servicing that may be required on the aircraft. When you’re waiting in Departures to board your aircraft, it is the Flight Dispatcher who gives the green light for the gate to be opened for passenger boarding. It is the Flight Dispatcher who informs the air crew of the total weight of all cargo, luggage, and passengers. This is crucial information that needs to be accurate to ensure safe take off, flight, and landing. What skills do I need to become a Flight Dispatcher? If this is a career that interests you then you’ll need to have good communication skills, both written and spoken. You should be confident in using IT systems and be able to learn and adapt to programs and utility software specific to the role. Continued in the video... ### If you found anything of interest in this video then please subscribe to my channel by clicking the red SUBSCRIBE button. And don't forget to click the bell! That way you'll be notified directly of any new videos. While you're there please click the thumbs up button to give it a like, and post a comment to tell me what you liked about this video. Ask me a question, tell me what you liked or disliked. Finally, please share this video with friends, colleagues, and in social media so that others can view it and comment. By subscribing, commenting, liking, and sharing these videos I'll know what I'm doing right, and will continue to make videos that people want to watch. Thank you for your support. #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular playlists: Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Career Training and Business Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPK3wGn1LOg&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOh6TeMUA-rlHjIK9RcF5m0 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/207717 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
Views: 3983 Ben Lovegrove
Air Traffic Control Jobs - How to Start a Career in ATC
 
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In this video I give a brief introduction to the subject of Air Traffic Control as a career. Air traffic control jobs are available for anyone seeking a first or second career in aviation. Air Traffic Control Jobs - How to Start a Career as an Air Traffic Controller The demand has been created by both the natural churn of controllers and the growing aviation industry. Air traffic controllers are responsible for the safe and expeditious movement of aircraft in and around airports and other-high traffic areas. They coordinate take-offs and landings and make sure all the aircraft stay a safe distance apart. Controllers communicate with pilots during flights to direct them during take-off and landing and to tell them about their route, weather conditions, runway closures, and other important information. The main purpose of air traffic control is to help the aircraft safely get to its destination. The job is also important for minimizing delays at the airport. Air traffic controllers help aircraft arrive and leave as smoothly and quickly as possible while staying safe. Continued in the video... ############### Get a video advert for your business: https://www.redspan.com ############### Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular YouTube Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Career Training and Business Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPK3wGn1LOg&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOh6TeMUA-rlHjIK9RcF5m0 Life and Living Tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b32jTmVXcUE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMN7J_rBGd9PbBu4V5JyRQX Website Tips and Tricks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3RcusfSycI&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOpAZWG-YZqaSIVJHBIoczM Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/161175 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How To Get CCNA Certification - Cisco Training Study & Exam Tips, Get CCNA Certified
 
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Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan Did you enjoy this video? Please consider leaving a tip: https://paypal.me/redspan CCNA Books etc: https://goo.gl/jbemtk How To Get CCNA Certification - Cisco Training Study & Exam Tips, Get CCNA Certified If you're looking for tips on how to obtain your CCNA certification then perhaps I can help. I first passed this exam in 1999 and have renewed it several times since, along with passes in many other Cisco exams. In this video I share my study and exam tips for CCNA certification. It is written for entry level candidates or those who need to renew after an absence from training and study. Despite the fact that it's an entry level exam it's not easy to pass and many people fail due to lack of preparation. Many do not prepare enough thinking that it will be easy. Others fail and do not continue with their studies due to disappointment. Stick with it and you too will pass, but a study plan and schedule will make the process easier for you. ######## For more tips about online marketing, social media marketing, and other useful tools like this please visit my blog: http://benlovegrove.com Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ################ This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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PPL Ground School - 7 Tips For Private Pilots Licence Students. Learn To Fly & Enjoy Flying!
 
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PPL Ground School - Learning To Fly - 7 Tips For Students. Visit http://benlovegrove.com/essential-tips-help-ppl-ground-school/ for more information. My name is Ben Lovegrove and in this video I'm going to offer seven tips about ground school studies for PPL students who are learning to fly. If you feel a little overwhelmed by the amount of knowledge you have to absorb or you just want to complete the ground school training as efficiently as possible then stay tuned. I learned to fly in the 1980s and obtained a Private Pilots Licence in 1991. I used the Trevor Thom PPL manuals and went to evening ground school classes. For some students the prospect of studying the Ground School subjects for the Private Pilots Licence is just as daunting as learning to fly itself. Perhaps you were not top of the class in Maths or English. Maybe you doubt your own abilities, or is it the thought of speaking on the radio that worries you? The sheer amount of knowledge on unfamiliar subjects that you will be expected to absorb may fill you with dread. If you're learning to fly later in life then it could be a while since you did any formal study, let a alone pass any exams. However, the PPL ground school subjects fall into several categories. Each of those categories is further sub divided into related sections. By taking it slowly and building as you go you will be surprised just how much you have learned in a few weeks. Tip Number 1. There's a wealth of information out there Not so long ago the only way to study the PPL ground school subjects was using text books and going to classes. The books and the classes remain a essential components but now there are so many other supplements you can use: Today you have so many ways of accessing the required knowledge that it can present a bewildering amount of choice. Try these various options and use one or two that work best for you. Tip Number 2. Go at your own pace. It's not a race You're not competing with other students so if you attend classes and others seem more knowledgeable then don't be dismayed. This is not about being first past the post. This is about learning and understanding in such a way that it makes you a more confident and competent pilot. If you need more time, take it, and remind yourself that often the people who learn more slowly learn more deeply. Tip Number 3. Enjoy the PPL ground school subjects Presumably you're learning to fly because you have more than a slight interest in aviation. So approach all the ground school subjects with a sense of curiosity. Be open minded to the ideas and concepts. By making this conscious effort you will remove some the resistance that makes learning difficult at times. Tip Number 4. Don't be shy to ask for extra help If your flying school provides only group classes and you feel yourself falling behind or if you simply don't understand certain aspects then ask for additional help. Many of us went to schools with large class sizes so we didn't always receive the tuition that we needed. The advantage of flying schools is that you can easily obtain that extra one to one tuition from an instructor. Tip Number 5. Get into the habit of regular study A little an often is usually the best way to proceed. Read a chapter, mull it over, contemplate it until you're satisfied you've got the general idea, then move on. It can be helpful to set aside the same times each week to that it becomes a habit. Set a schedule that's realistic for you and stick to it. Tip Number 6. Remember why you are studying these subjects Studying the PPL ground school subjects is not a tick-box exercise designed just to get you through a multiple choice exam. A good understanding of all the subjects will enhance your enjoyment of flying by making you a more confident pilot. Tip Number 7. The learning never ends Once you've passed the exams, don't stop there. Continue to maintain a healthy standard of knowledge by reading aviation books and magazines. Learn from other pilots who have made mistakes and written about them. The I Learned About Flying from That volumes are packed with stories written by pilots who made a mistake or an error of judgement. They learned from the experience and have now passed on that knowledge to us. Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Drone Pilot Jobs.  Drone Related Careers.  UAV Operator Salaries.
 
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In this video I explore the opportunities that have emerged for drone pilots and anyone else looking for a career in the world of unmanned aviation. If you’re a recently qualified drone pilot, or if you have ambitions to become one, or if you’re just interested in UAV related careers then watch this video to the end and it will give you some idea of current job prospects and career development opportunities. I’ll look briefly at current drone pilot jobs, related careers, and the salaries on offer. Interested in Unmanned Aviation? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 DRONE PILOTS - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 Get a video advert for your business: http://www.redspan.com Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular YouTube Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Social Media Links My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 7796 Ben Lovegrove
New Drone Laws UK - Rules For Drone Pilots Flying Drones In The UK
 
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In this video I explain what everyone needs to know about the new drone laws for the UK. Interested in Unmanned Aviation? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 DRONE PILOTS - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 The UK Dronecode is published by the Civil Aviation Authority, the national body that oversees and governs UK airspace. See https://www.caa.co.uk/Consumers/Unmanned-aircraft-and-drones/ The purpose of the UK Dronecode is "to assist drone users in flying safely". Stick to these regulations and you'll not only minimse the risk of harming anyone or anything but you will also stay out of trouble with the Law. You can download a copy of the UK Dronecode from the Drone Safe website: http://dronesafe.uk/ The new version came into effect on 30th July 2018 and enshrines in law what were previously only guidelines for the safe flying of UAV in UK airspace. The Civial Aviation Authority (CAA) has drawn up these new drones laws in 2018 in order to instill a drone code in the minds of both amateur and professional drone pilots. Get a video advert for your business: http://www.redspan.com Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular YouTube Playlists: Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 1782 Ben Lovegrove
Airport or Flight Dispatcher Salary - Earnings in Airport Operations
 
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Airport or Flight Dispatcher Salary - Earnings in Airport Operations In this video I talk about the salaries that Flight Dispatchers can expect in various countries around the globe. I'll describe the salary range you can expect from junior to senior positions in the countries where jobs are plentiful. Then I'll conclude this video with a few tips on how to get started on your career. Aircraft or Flight Dispatchers are essential to the smooth running of any airport. Every commercial aircraft that takes off from an airport requires a team of people who ensure its departure is safe and on time. Flight Dispatchers are responsible for coordinating all the services and preparations required to ensure an aircraft leaves on schedule. There's a video in my channel with more information about this important job, but here are a few basic details. Flight Dispatchers start their shifts with checks on the status of the weather both current and forecast and for both the aircraft routes and destinations. For this reason, Flight Dispatchers need to be able to confidently interpret weather data, NOTAMs, and other forms of information relating to aircraft in flight. They arrange the cleaning of passenger aircraft and the loading of cargo aircraft. They arrange for the refueling, routine maintenance checks, and any ad hoc servicing that may be required on the aircraft. As with most jobs, pay and benefits are commensurate with experience and responsibilities, and Flight Dispatcher positions are no exception. The following figures are averages collected in late 2018. They are base salaries so they don't include any bonuses, overtime, or profit shares that may be offered. This is an important point to remember because such extras can make a significant difference to your take-home pay. Australia, the national average is AU$55,000 Australian Dollars. Canada, C$35,000 rising to C$57,000 Canadian Dollars. Dubai, AED14,000 rising to AED208,000 Arab Emirate Dirhams. Egypt, national average is 114,00 Egyptian Pounds. Germany, the national average is €17,000 Euros. India, Rs 407,000 rising to Rs 1,000,000 Rupees. Malaysia, national average is 135,000 Ringgits. New Zealand, national average is 101,000 New Zealand Dollars. South Africa, national average is 342,000 Rand. United Kingdom, £15,000 rising to £47,000 Pounds Sterling. United States, $30,000 rising to $91,000 US Dollars. How to become an Aircraft or Flight Dispatcher. The requirements for the role of Flight Dispatcher or Flight Operations Officer   may vary from country to country but some things are common to all. Continued in the video... ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details. ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 Acknowledgements: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/222608 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate & iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 2989 Ben Lovegrove
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Courses in UK, USA, India.  AME and LAME
 
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Study Aircraft Engineering online with these courses: http://ow.ly/R94y30n89Ch Aircraft Engineering books: https://goo.gl/9i3UDa Part66 Engineer App: https://goo.gl/nvYi8f Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Courses in UK, USA, India. In this video I list some of the options available to you if you aspire to be an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME). This is a follow up video to one I made last October - Aircraft Engineer Salary - Salaries for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGNlPuSahIg) - which received a lot of views and comments. It was clear from the response to it that there is a need for clarification on this subject, so this video has been produced to answer more questions. In a moment I will list the courses available in various countries around the globe but first let’s summarise what we mean by Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) or Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME). Just as pilots and air traffic controllers need to be licenced in order to operate safely so too do aviation engineers or technicians. The term engineer and technician mean the same thing in the aviation industry. The technicians and engineers who service aircraft carry out crucial tasks that must be of the highest standards so it follows that they need to be trained by approved training organisations, and licensed by the national aviation authority in the country in which they operate. Some of these licences are recognised globally by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) but there are regional variations too. Here are some definitions of the licence types and their requirements. These are specific to countries governed by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) so check with your national civil aviation authority for any variations. A Ramp or Line Maintenance Certifying Mechanic is someone with a Category A Licence obtained after a six month approved course and one year of certified experience. This enables them to carry out minor maintenance tasks and part replacements on operational aircraft between major servicing, and to certify the work done. Candidates can also study in their own time or choose a modular course, in which case they would need three years of certified experience in order to qualify. Category A engineers can elect to specialise in these subjects: A1 Fixed Wing Aircraft with Turbine Engines. A2 Fixed Wing Aircraft with Piston Engines. A3 Rotary Wing Helicopters with Turbine Engines. A4 Rotary Wing Helicopters with Piston Engines. To carry out more complex tasks, major overhauls and re-fits you need be a licenced Base Maintenance Certifying Technician. Continued in the video... ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details. ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 Acknowledgements: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/226577 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, Udemy, and iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 20635 Ben Lovegrove
Private Pilot Licence   How To Reduce The Cost Of Learning To Fly & Getting A Private Pilots Licence
 
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Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan Did you enjoy this video? Please consider leaving a tip: https://paypal.me/redspan Affordable online courses covering both CAA & FAA ground school subjects: http://ow.ly/F8mD30n8Ws3 Private Pilot Licence How do reduce the cost of learning to fly Learning to fly and obtaining a Private Pilots License (or Licence in the UK) isn't cheap but you can avoid unnecessary expense with a little forward planning. Flying lesson costs will vary but in the long run the cheaper hourly rate may not be your best option. In this video I discuss the cost of obtaining a fixed wing Pilot's Licence for flying light aircraft in the UK. But the same principles apply wherever you learn to fly In the UK there are two types available; PPL (Private Pilot's Licence) and LAPL (Light Aircraft Pilot's Licence). The LAPL gives the pilot fewer privileges than the PPL so the requirements are less stringent. As a rough guide the cost of a PPL will start at £8,000 and the LAPL will start at £6,000. Costs for other types of aircraft like microlights or helicopters for example, will vary proportionally according to aircraft type. You will save yourself a lot of money if your budget organised and available at the start of your training. If you run out of money the continuity is broken and when you return to training you'll have to revise and repeat previous exercises. So plan your finances in such a way that you won't run out of money at a critical stage. Trust me, there's nothing more frustrating! As you empty your bank account or reach your credit card limit you realise that you're about to shelve your logbook just when things are getting interesting. Flying schools are subject to the same economic forces as any other business, so your flying lesson costs may increase over time due to inflation. Choosing the right Flight Training School Flight training costs vary around the UK. You'll pay more per hour at a club with a shiny fleet of new aircraft and an immaculate club house with all the facilities than you will at a small grass strip with a portakabin as an office. Learning to fly abroad The attractive prospect of learning to fly wherever there are near constant blues skies and uncluttered airspace lures some to book flight training holidays in Florida, South Africa, Australia, or perhaps just across the Channel. The attractions are obvious and the additional cost of flights accommodation and subsistence may seem a price worth paying, particularly if the hourly rate is favourable. However, there is another cost that is sometimes overlooked. If you cover most of the syllabus in areas where the weather is often predictably pleasant and the airspace is wide open and free of restrictions how will you cope when you return to the UK? Will you have the necessary skills and, just as importantly, confidence to make a decision when the weather is borderline? Will your navigation skills keep you out of Controlled Airspace and Danger Areas? Conclusion and a warning Like any other commercial establishment running on tight margins and reliant upon a strong economy flight schools can go out of business if mismanaged or if they run out of students. For this reason it's never a good idea to hand over large amounts of cash upfront. If they tempt you with a discount for a large deposit then perhaps a few hundred pounds might be worth the risk but I would suggest not handing over a thousand or more. ###end### #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### I upload 2-4 times per month. Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y Playlists Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools https://goo.gl/rh9P46 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/
Views: 89110 Ben Lovegrove
How To Become A Commercial Airline Pilot. How To Start A Career In Aviation By Learning To Fly
 
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Aviation Marketing Videos: http://www.redspan.com In this video I briefly answer the question "How to become a commercial airline pilot?" While forecasters may disagree on the numbers it seems highly likely that the demand for commercial pilots will continue for many years to come. If you are young, ambitious, and you have the financial backing then there are opportunities for those reaching for the sky. You may have seen TV documentaries like the one about EasyJet in which young recruits are put through their paces in the right hand seat of the cockpit of an Airbus A320. Here they hope to demonstrate that they do have the required skills to become a permanent member of the crew. Once they have passed the final tests they can look forward to a career path that leads to the position of Captain, and perhaps one day, Instructor. To reach this point they have gone through months of training and spent a great deal of money. Depending on the route taken and your own personal aptitude the final figure is likely to be around £100, 000 from ab initio to 'frozen' (f) ATPL. There are two paths you can take, the integrated and the modular route. The integrated route is the full time study method in which you fully immerse yourself in flying and study until you reach your goal about 18 months later. The big advantage of this path is the continuity of study and training. The modular route allows candidates to study and train at their own pace. The advantage of this path is that it allows flexibility in planning and financing, with breaks in which to earn money for the next stage. Here then is a summary of the steps taken on either path. Of course, this is only a summary that will give you a rough idea of what's required. For the details you are strongly advised to do your own research, consult the CAA website ( or equivalent for your country) , and talk to flight instructors, and of course qualified airline pilots. As with all things in aviation the onus is on you to check the latest information, whether that is the weather, aeronautical charts, or training requirements. The first step for any aspiring airline pilot is to pass a Class 1 CAA medical examination. There is little point in dreaming of a career in commercial aviation if you are unable to pass this essential test of your physiological condition. This is a very thorough examination that includes eyesight and hearing tests. The next step is to obtain a Private Pilots Licence. If you have no flying experience at all then you'll need to complete a minimum of 45 hours of training of which 5 can be on an approved flight simulator. Those 45 hours should include 25 hours of dual flight i.e. with an instructor. You will also need to include 10 hours of solo flight. Five of these ten hours should be solo cross-country flight. One of those cross-country flights should be of at least 270 NM in total with two full stop landings at two different aerodromes to that of your departure point. This is commonly known as the Qualifying Cross Country (QXC). Aviators with previous flying experience and perhaps existing lesser licences should check the PPL requirements with the CAA and their Chief Flying Instructor. The 45 hours is a minimum and most students will take longer than that to meet the required standards so always budget for more hours than the minimum. However long it takes you to complete all the required air training you will also need to pass all the multiple choice ground school exams. Finally, you will need to pass the Skills Test which consists of about 90 minutes of scrutiny of your flying skills by an examiner. I've made other videos which describe obtaining a PPL in more detail so check out my channel for more information. Having obtained the PPL the candidate now needs to consolidate what was learned and to expand on those new skills. Continued in the video... ### #airlinepilot #commercialpilot #learningtofly #pilotslicence #pilotslicense Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 16325 Ben Lovegrove
How To Become A Commercial Airline Pilot, Salary, Training, CPL, ATPL
 
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How To Become A Commercial Airline Pilot, Salary, Training, CPL, ATPL In this video I summarise the requirements for becoming a commercial airline pilot. I covered this subject in a previous video made in August 2017. That video continues to receive a lot of views but it has become clear from the enquiries I received since that there are still some unanswered questions. As well as how to become airline pilot I touch on what might be a commercial airline pilot salary in each stage of your career. So if you've ever asked the question what do airline pilots earn? then watch the video. The much publicised 2016 forecast by Boeing for a huge global demand for pilots in the next two decades persists. Even taking into account the regional variations in the figures it is likely that Europe alone will require 80-90,000 new commercial pilots in the next 20 years. What do airline pilots earn? What salaries can you expect? As you can probably imagine, salaries vary according to the size of the airline, the aircraft type, and the pilot's experience. A recently qualified First Officer for a small, regional airline can expect a starting salary of around £25,000 pa. Larger airlines may offer more and the salaries will eventually increase in proportion to the experience. For example, more experienced First Officers can look forward to £36,000 to £48,000 pa. Once you've been promoted to Captain you can expect a salary of £57,000 to £78,000 for a medium sized airline. If your employer is one of the major operators then salaries of between £97,000 and £140,000 or more are the industry norm. Next, a reality check. If you want to end up in the cockpit of a major airline then there is a long road ahead. There is a great deal of study to be done and a lot of money to be spent. Once qualified you will still need to compete with other eager young pilots for positions within airlines. If you're still at school or college then make sure you get five GCSEs and two A-levels, ideally in Maths, English, and Science. And at the risk of stating the obvious, you need to be fluent in English too. The distance and the requirements may seem overwhelming at first but like all long, hard journeys it's persistent effort, patience, and sacrifice that leads to eventual success. One step at a time seems like a cliché but it's true. Focus on what is in front of you on any given day. Develop the self-discipline to take steps toward your goal each week. As the months roll by you will be able to look back at sure and certain progress. Chocks away then, where do you start? For reasons that should be obvious, anyone wishing to fly aircraft commercially needs to be fit and healthy. You'll need to pass a Class 1 Medical examination and maintain that standard throughout your career. If you have any questions or concerns about the medical certificate then please check the CAA website at www.caa.co.uk/medical/ Continued in the video... #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular playlists: Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Career Training and Business Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPK3wGn1LOg&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOh6TeMUA-rlHjIK9RcF5m0 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/172696 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
Views: 3872 Ben Lovegrove
9 Essential Drone Business Ideas For Drone Pilots, Entrepreneurs, Startups
 
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9 Essential Drone Business Ideas For Drone Pilots, Entrepreneurs, Startups In this video I describe 9 drone business ideas that you should consider if you are thinking of starting a business in the expanding world of unmanned aviation systems. Interested in Unmanned Aviation? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 DRONE PILOTS - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 Get a video advert for your business: http://www.redspan.com Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove In an earlier video I listed 31 different ways drones can be used and it was clear from the feedback that there were some I'd missed. What is also obvious is that the ever changing world of drone technology means that there is unlikely to be a definitive list. New functions are emerging all the time and that means you have more opportunities to explore. So whether you're just starting out or you're already established as a drone pilot it will pay to review the new openings to see if there's another way you can earn money using your drone. So let's get straight into it and list the 9 main areas of development that could provide you with ways you could earn money as a drone pilot or as a drone entrepreneur. 9 Essential Drone Business Ideas For Drone Pilots, Drone Entrepreneurs, And Drone Startups Sports Filming Many sports enthusiasts capture the drama of their particular sport using bodycams and their own drones but it takes a professional UAV operator to film broadcast quality footage. TV companies need stable and clear views of the action on road bends, at ski jumps, at turning points in yacht or dinghy races, and at finish lines for almost every conceivable sport. The drama needs to be captured from every angle and in some locations manned aviation just can't get close enough to it. Your flying skills will need to be on a par with those you film as you fly close to the action but what a buzz being a sports drone pilot must be! Creating Maps Maps are big business and despite the access we have to Google Earth and the like there is still plenty of work to do in accurately mapping the planet's surface. Archaeologists, civil engineers, construction planners - all kinds of people need accurate localized maps that go into fine detail. You might be asked to film and photograph a location prior to development for a planning application. You might also be asked to capture data about every square foot to create accurate topographical maps in precise detail. Precision flying in grid patterns and the adept use of processing software will be your main skills in this field. News and TV Footage Everyone with a camera can film anything that might be newsworthy. Aerial photographers can obviously see so much more and give the all important bird's eye perspective on events. Keeping a drone with you as your travel is an option. However, safety and legality are of paramount importance and this can mean that you are denied the spontaneity needed for some reporting of events. Talk to the civil aviation authority and local police in your country about this before using a drone in such circumstances. Industrial Inspections Imagine an oil rig or a chemical plant with complex pipework on the outside of buildings. A drone is ideal for inspection work of these and other industrial areas. In such environments there is no room for a helicopter and access by humans is not only dangerous but very costly. Industrial inspections with drones are as many and as varied as the types of factories and industrial plants on the planet. It also includes pipework and cabling running from site to site. There is huge scope here and is likely to be a main source of income for many drone businesses. (continued in the video) Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 8608 Ben Lovegrove
TR-3A Black Manta, TR-3B Astra - What are these black triangle UFOs?
 
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Suggested Reading: https://goo.gl/KZ4ewK The Bob Lazar film: https://goo.gl/hvoR4H TR-3A Black Manta, TR-3B Astra - What are these black triangle UFOs? In this video I talk about the increase in sightings of the black triangle UFOs, sometimes called the TR-3B. I'll briefly the summarise the history of this phenomena to date and then speculate about the possible explanations. If, having watched this video through to the end, you can think of any important details that I've omitted or if you have alternative theories of your own, please post a comment below. If I haven't included any details or theories it isn't necessarily because I don't think they're relevant. It may be because I am not aware of them, so share your insights and let's see if we can get to the truth. First, a short review of the recent past. You may aware that UFOs can be categorised according to their shape. For example, flying saucers, cigar shaped objects, orbs, and so on. This categorisation enables researchers to gather data and look for commonalities among sightings all over the world. One of the categories are those known as black triangles and they've been spotted on numerous occasions in the last few decades. The most notorious sightings were during what is now known as the Belgian UFO wave of November 1989 to April 1990. UFOs in the shape of black triangles were seen within Belgian air space on many occasions. Witnesses described black triangles with pulsing coloured lights in each corner on the underside of the object. They were said to fly low and slow at night over cities and open countryside. What makes the Belgian sightings more interesting than many others is the fact that an object was tracked on radar. With this radar evidence their concern was sufficient to scramble two Belgian Air Force F-16s to investigate and intercept the object. The F-16 pilots spent an hour trying to intercept it on nine different occasions but failed to do so. Skeptics have suggested that the Belgian UFO wave was nothing other than a mass delusion. They point out that many of the sightings weren't reported until after the main story reached the media. However, there have been sightings of similar shaped UFOs over the years, most notably in North America in 2000, 2004 & 2006 in Illinois, in 2014 in Kansas and Texas, in 2017 in Wisconsin, and in June 2018 in Maryland. And another significant series of sightings that match the description is the Phoenix Lights incident of the late 1990s. Entire documentaries and films have been made of this event alone, so it's worthy of further investigation. Continued in the video... ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details or send me a cup of coffee: https://paypal.me/redspan ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove ### Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/231014 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure As an Amazon Associate, DJI, and iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 42297 Ben Lovegrove
Cabin Crew, Flight Attendants, The Advantages and Disadvantages of an Air Hostess Career
 
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I'll make you a video like this one. Contact me at https://www.redspan.com/ Cabin Crew, Flight Attendants, The Advantages and Disadvantages of an Air Hostess Career The growing demand for air travel is creating fresh opportunities for anyone who wants to work in aviation. If you are planning to start an aviation career as a member of the Cabin Crew then this video is for you. In 2015 Boeing predicated that the global aviation industry would need over half a million new pilots in the next twenty years. For every two members of the air crew in the cockpit the number of Flight Attendants will be proportional to the size of the aircraft. Many Flight Attendants past and present have explained the advantages and disadvantages of the job. Here is a summary of what some of them have explained are the main pros and cons of this career. The main role of Cabin Crew is to ensure the safety of passengers. Everything else, including fetching drinks or holding someone’s baby, is secondary to this task. Airline travel is very safe indeed but on the rare occasion there is an accident the crew are there to ensure the safe evacuation of the aircraft as quickly as possible. So although crew are trained and ready for emergencies their day to day tasks include some that are enjoyable and others that are a test of patience and personality. Cabin Crew - The Main Advantages. You will of course travel to many destinations and spend a few days in each. As you travel you’ll be able to broaden your mind meeting new people and learning about other cultures. All this travel might inspire you to learn another language or supplement your training with specialisation courses. You will probably receive layover and accommodation pay and other financial perks of the job. When you go on holiday yourself you will probably be able to save money on airfares and pass on some discounts to your family. There is still a certain glamour attached to the idea of being in that uniform and many find the profession appealing for this reason. You could find yourself moving into the five star world of private jets with all the pay and benefits that come with it. You might meet many famous, inspiring or interesting people, and not just in First Class. Your uniform is provided for you so you don’t have to think about what to wear each day and you don’t wear out your own clothes. There is a great deal of variety in terms of fellow crew members and destinations, so there’s less risk of the boredom of routine. You can develop a career path within the aviation industry that can last a lifetime. By being a writer, blogger or vlogger you can earn extra income telling stories and passing on your advice to newcomers. Cabin Crew - The Main Disadvantages. Just as the passengers can be interesting and fun some will be hard work and you will have your patience tested. You may have to clean up after both adults and children. The shifts and the jet lag can play havoc with your sleep patterns. Interrupted sleep and lack of freshly cooked meals may have an adverse effect on your mood and health. Despite the variations the life can become routine depending on the airline and the routes. With some airlines the pay is low and industrial action is sometimes a fact of life for some Cabin Crew. Long term relationships can suffer when one partner is frequently away. The responsibilities of Flight Attendants mean that the training can be difficult for some. You are likely to miss important dates in your family calendar and you will have to turn down invitations from friends from time to time. These are just some of the main pros and cons. If you search YouTube you will find Flight Attendants explaining the things they love and those they hate about the job. Once you have earned your wings and you are working in the airline industry you’ll be able to look around for the position that suits you best. This might be short haul or long haul depending on your wants and needs. (continued in the video) Let me know what your aspirations are in the comments section below. I'll make you a video like this one. Contact me at https://www.redspan.com/ Follow me: --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 5141 Ben Lovegrove
How To Start A Dating Site - Online Business Ideas & Work From Home Jobs That Make Money Online
 
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How To Start A Dating Site - Start by working from home and develop a full time online business - http://www.redspan.com Your first site could be a part time job that brings in a little extra income each month but it could expand into a full time occupation consisting of one large site or a portfolio of several sites. I started my first site in 2004. The following year I started several more. I sold one of the more successful ones and have kept most of the others going for over ten years. So for over a decade my portfolio has generated income and with a little care and maintenance the sites will continue to do so for years to come. So how can you be part of this industry? What options and opportunities are there for a newcomer? Even though online dating has been around for a long time now there are still opportunities for anyone with the dedication and ideas for new sites. It's not a path to instant riches but if you invest your time and money wisely you stand a good chance of generating a healthy return. Later on this video I'll be talking about choosing a target market for your sites and in other videos I'll go into each of these following site types in more detail but first let's look at the main site types. The three types are: 1. An independent site 2. A white label site 3. An affiliate site At the end of this video I'll provide some links to companies that provide the resources you need. The Independent Site The independent site means that you, the owner, retain full control over the site. This means you have full autonomy and can change it in way you like at any time. You retain all the income that the site generates. Obviously, when the site is new, you'll probably be spending more on marketing and development than you receive in income but if the site succeeds then you keep all the profits. The disadvantage is that you're also responsible for all the day to day administration. This means you have to check all the profiles, answer all emails, and deal with all other aspects of administering an online dating site. You can outsource these tasks to a contractor or delegate it to an employee if your company is large enough but either way you will have to pay for someone else to do the administrative tasks. The White Label Site A white label dating site is one that brings you into partnership with an existing online dating company. They provide the platform, access to an existing database of members, and all the technical and administrative support. You can make your white label site as small or large as you like. You can develop it into a multi page site and add a blog or even a shop if you think it's a sound business idea but remember your prime purpose is to convert visitors into new members and existing members into subscribers. The partnership with a white label company will involve sharing the site's revenue. What percentage you receive each month depends on the agreement and how well your site performs. You may find that there are variations created by any temporary promotions or deals but you should be able to collect at least 35% of the site's revenue each month. Your role in the partnership is to start the site, develop the design, and market it to the target audience or niche (more on the niche sites later). The advantages are that all the the back-end tasks (technical and administrative) are taken care of for you. All you have to do with the site is to market it month after month. Another advantage is that the white label company could be a leading brand in the online dating world, so your site might be able to display links to Customer Charters and other reassuring evidence of high level of integrity. The disadvantage as you've probably already guessed is that you have to give up a large proportion of the site's income. The Affiliate Site An affiliate site is similar to the white label site but it's generally a simpler process to set up. The revenue share is usually a fixed rate which may be a choice between a small sum for new members and and a larger sum for new subscribers. The advantage of this type of site is that it's quick and easy to set up and most affiliate companies have niche networks ready for you. All you have to do is to choose the niche you want to develop a site around. The disadvantage is that it can take a little while to make changes to your site if you want to amend or improve it in any way. For more information visit my business site: http://www.redspan.com Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/53393
Views: 4388 Ben Lovegrove
Avionics Technician Salary.  Training & Pay For Avionics Engineers
 
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Study Aircraft Engineering online with these courses: http://ow.ly/R94y30n89Ch Aircraft Engineering books: https://goo.gl/9i3UDa Part66 Engineer App: https://goo.gl/nvYi8f Avionics Technician Salary. Training & Pay For Avionics Engineers In this video I talk about the salaries and training for Avionics Technicians. I'll describe the salary range you can expect in various countries around the globe. Then I conclude with a few tips on how to get started on your training in the UK, India, and the USA. Avionics Technicians are essential to the aviation and aerospace industries. They specialise in the installation, maintenance, and repair of the electronic components that make us so much of modern aircraft. You may see any one of these terms used to describe the same role; Aircraft Electrical Systems Specialist, Avionics Electronics Technician, Aviation Electrical Technician, Avionics Electrical Technician, Aircraft Navigation/Communications Systems Technician, Avionics Bench Technician, Aircraft Bench Technician. Avionics Technicians are responsible for installing the wiring, instrumentation, and software throughout the aircraft. This could include anything from flight instruments to passenger entertainment systems. Avionics Technicians remove malfunctioning instruments and install new ones in both fixed and rotary wing aircraft. The instruments in need of repair will be sent to the Aircraft Bench Technicians who will examine and troubleshoot the device. They will then test those repairs to ensure the instruments are functioning correctly before they are used again on operational aircraft. The work of Avionics Technicians has a direct effect on the safety of aircraft, the crew, and the passengers, so it is a responsible position that requires skilled personnel. As with most careers, pay and benefits are commensurate with experience and responsibilities. The following figures are annual averages collected late in 2018. They are base salaries so they don't include any bonuses, overtime, or profit shares that may be offered. This is an important point to remember because such extras can make a significant difference to your take-home pay. Australia, AU$55,000 rising to AU$96,000 Australian Dollars. Canada, C$43,000 rising to C$80,000 Canadian Dollars. Dubai, AED 58,000 rising to AED 473,000 Arab Emirate Dirhams. India, Rs 256,000 rising to Rs 2,000,000 Rupees. Philippines, PHP 180,000 rising to PHP 707,000 Philippine Pesos. South Africa, R63,000 rising to R408,000 Rand. United Kingdom, £23,000 rising to £37,000 Pounds Sterling. United States, $25,000 rising to $72,000 US Dollars. How to become an Avionics Technician. Continued in the video.... ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details. ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 Acknowledgements: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate & iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 3137 Ben Lovegrove
What Are Drones Used For? 31 Uses For Flying Drones and UAV.  From Aerial Photography to Warfare
 
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Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan Did you enjoy this video? Please consider leaving a tip: https://paypal.me/redspan Register here: https://goo.gl/Bc4TLt for drone & UAV career advice, contracts, tips, advice, support What Are Drones Used For? 31 Uses For Flying Drones and UAV. From Aerial Photography to Warfare Drones or UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) are being employed in ever increasing areas of life. It seems barely a week goes by without new uses for drones being imagined and realised. So here is our list. If you can think of any we've missed then please add a comment at the foot of this page. Aerial Photography If there's one thing most people consider when they think of uses for drones it is aerial photography. It's a huge field with lots of spin-offs and niche areas. It's the basis of the whole civil UAV industry and the entry point for most, if not all, drone pilots. Drone aerial photography and filming is an industry and a service in itself. Film and TV Footage Film and TV companies were very quick to take advantage of the burgeoning drone technology. They tend to have larger budgets for new equipment and the latest gadgets. The footage and shots achievable from hexacopters and octocopters carrying broadcast grade cameras have proved they justify the investment. Perhaps you can remember that most aerial shots on TV dramas and documentaries were either created using a camera boom or captured from the helicopter. Now, drone footage is commonplace and while booms and helicopters still have their uses the new aerial footage has added much to these programs. Aerial Mapping There was a time when Google Earth and Google Maps was the state of the art but there is so much more to do with mapping the planet's surface. Drones designed and equipped for mapping and programmed to fly in grid patterns are slowly building up a very detailed picture of our home planet. Archaeological Digs & Research It's long been known that aerial photos can reveal clues about the history hidden in the landscape. Some sites are only fully appreciated from the air. You only have to think of the Nazca plains in Peru. One of the many uses for drones is in the field of archaeological research. Time, weather, and budget can prohibit the use of manned aircraft at a site but a quick scan of the area from 300 feet using a small drone can be like switching on a light. Suddenly all is revealed and made clear. Filming Marine Wildlife No doubt you've seen in the press or on social media those spectacular shots of pods of whales or a mother and calf, shot from a few hundred feet. It has given us a view that was denied to most of us a few years ago. Apart from the spectacle there are all kinds of research advantages enabled by the use of drones at sea. Drones can be launched from the shore but the real benefits are out on the open ocean. However, drone pilots at sea need to have particularly good handling and navigation skills. There are few options for emergency landings and even if you've flown the UAV back to base you may have to land it on a moving vessel. Some have learned the hard way that this is not easy and watched as their precious drone lands not safely on deck but in the water. Continued in the video. Watch the video for the full list! #### #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### I upload 2-4 times per month. Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y Playlists Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools https://goo.gl/rh9P46 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
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Nervous Pilot? How To Calm Nerves During Flight Training
 
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In this video present some tips on how to calm your nerves before your flying lessons, skills tests, and other daunting prospects on the horizon. I'm provide a few things to think about if the nervousness is starting to spoil your enjoyment of learning to fly. Check out my channel and playlists for more videos on learning to fly, General Aviation, and aviation careers. My channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular Aviation Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Goodwood Revival https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stSF0Uu9_A0&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPbkdHEtczIxlcSzcNyedIv Social Media Links My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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What is the X-37B?  Boeing X-37 Orbital Test Vehicle Space Plane
 
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Track the X-37B using Sky Guide: https://goo.gl/8AjJv8 What is the X-37B? Boeing X-37 Orbital Test Vehicle is in low Earth orbit and its purpose is a mystery. In this video I’m going to try to answer several questions relating to the Boeing X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle. Since this unmanned orbital spacecraft was first launched there have been innumerable videos and articles speculating as to its purpose. In this video I’ll summarise the information that is in the public domain and then I’ll list some of the theories about the X-37B’s secret purposes. So watch this video to the end and if you think I’ve missed any key points then please add a comment below and I’ll look into it. The X-37B is the second in a series of unmanned space vehicles known as Orbital Test Vehicles (OTV) designed and built by Boeing. They are launched and operated by United States Air Force (USAF) for the purpose of testing reusable space technologies. The X-37 is launched into low orbit using conventional rockets like the Atlas 7 or SpaceX Falcon 9 and glides back to Earth as an unpowered space plane. Low Earth orbit means that it flies lower than orbiting satellites and much lower than geostationary satellites. The project began under NASA as a civilian project but was later transferred to the US Department of Defense. It was originally designed to be a reusable space vehicle for the purposes of launching, servicing, or retrieving satellites. It can also carry equipment and instruments into space where they can be tested and returned to Earth for analysis. For these reasons it is a cost effective method of testing new technologies but we may not be aware of these advantages until the technologies are used in other projects. Since then very few of the of the X-37B's experiments and tests have been made public. The resemblance to the Space Shuttle is no coincidence since its aerodynamic design was based on the Shuttle. There have been several orbital missions in the last few years. The latest began on 7th September 2017 when the X-37B was launched into orbit using a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. At the time of creating this video the X-37B is still orbiting the Earth and can be tracked using popular astronomy apps like Sky Guide. Yes, that’s right. Contrary to what some have said it’s not so secret that it can’t be tracked by anyone using one of several free or inexpensive apps. Each of the X-37B missions has been longer than the previous and all of them are controlled by the US military. The mission prior to the current one lasted 718 days when the X-37B touched down in Florida in May 2017. There are plenty more details (with all the appropriate citations) about the X-37 models and the OTV missions in Wikipedia. The page is Boeing_X-37. Continued in the video... ### X-37, X37A, X37B, X37C are trademarks of Boeing. For more information about Boeing please visit https://www.boeing.com ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details. ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 Acknowledgements: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/219163 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
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Private Pilots Licence - Further Flight Training After Obtaining A PPL
 
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Private Pilots Licence - Flights and further training after you gain your certificate Whether, like me, it took you several years or just a few months to obtain your own PPL (Private Pilots License) what are you going to do now that you have your pilot’s licence? The post PPL phase is an important time for the recently qualified pilot. You have learned to fly up to an acceptable standard but this when a new phase of learning begins. Assuming the funds are available and you can afford to fly on a regular basis you might find yourself giving pleasure flights to friends and family until the novelty (for them) wears off. What then? If you have not planned ahead you might find yourself flying less often. If you don’t form the habit you might stop landing away at other airfields. Without this practice your confidence will lessen and eventually your flying might be confined to short trips in the local area. There is a risk that the fall in your confidence level may lead you to stop flying altogether. It would be a great shame to withdraw having come so far but it’s all too common for PPL holders to abandon it at this early stage. To maintain your interest and continuity of learning, and build your confidence, set new goals. Consider the variety in aviation and stretch yourself to reach each of these objectives when you’ve built up enough confidence and ability: Join a flying club and socialise with other aviators. Join AOPA and enjoy hotel, fuel, and pilot supply discounts. Join the LAA and build, maintain, or restore aircraft. Visit other airfields. Land on grass, concrete, and tarmac. Fly throughout the year and study the weather. Convert to different aircraft types. Convert to a taildragger, or vice versa. Learn to fly vintage aircraft. Learn to fly aerobatics and take part in amateur competitions. Go to fly-ins and air rallies. Take part in air races. Fly around the UK. Fly across water. Fly to the Channel Islands. Fly to the continent and visit other countries. Lachlan Smart, an 18 year old Australian pilot has just flown around the world. His advice, “Don’t be afraid to dream big and when you have a goal – go for it.” If the PPL was the first step on a professional career then you’re probably already aware of the path to further training. You may be heading for a CPL/IR, ATPL, or a Flight Instructor rating. Pilot’s Licence – done, but the cash runs out For any number of reasons you may find, as I did, that the money just isn’t available for flying. The Pilot’s licence had to be put aside while I took care of other responsibilities. However, if it’s obvious that you’re hooked on aviation then you may find your Christmas and birthday wishes are fulfilled and you continue to add entries into your logbook. They may not be entries in the Pilot in Command column but you can still experience flight in all kinds of ways. Since obtaining my PPL I have had to confine my logbook entries to dual instruction but I’ve chosen flights that are memorable due to the aircraft type and the maneouvers flown. Harvard T6G Extra300 – aerobatics (five times) Piper PA-28-161 Cessna C172 – around Barbados Cessna C172SP – glass panel De Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth Harvard IIB – aerobatics Bulldog – aerobatics AutoGyro MT-03 Piper Cub ###End### I have experience of general and unmanned aviation and offer social media marketing management and Google Adwords campaign management for individuals and businesses. Get in touch to discuss your requirements. Let's talk about how we can use social media to promote your aviation or motor sport business. For more details and other aviation related posts, pictures, and videos please visit/follow: Blog: http://benlovegrove.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation/ Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 2759 Ben Lovegrove
Drone Training UK - Essential Tips For RPAS Drone Pilots Starting Drone School
 
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Network & find jobs: https://goo.gl/Bc4TLt In this video I describe the essential things you need to know about drone training in the UK. If you want to become a drone pilot who operates UAV for hire or reward in the UK's airspace then stay tuned. I'm going to explain the basics in plain English and mention some websites that may be of use to you in your training and career. This video is specific to drone training in the UK. In another video I'll concentrate on the processes for training in the USA. Check my channel and playlist for details and perhaps you'd like to subscribe so that you'll be the first to hear about new videos on this subject. In previous videos I have described the many ways in which drones are becoming increasingly numerous in various aspects of daily life. Recent drone market data has confirmed that UAS technology has progressed from the exploratory experimental phase and has now reached the solid implementation phase. As a result of the burgeoning drone industry there is a growing demand for drone pilots. There has never been a better time to get involved in flying drones. Perhaps you plan to incorporate drone technology into your current business, or you intend to become a freelance drone pilot, or perhaps your goal is to start a drone business. Whatever your ambitions you will need good quality training provided by companies authorised to provide it by the aviation authority. Becoming the Pilot In Command Flying any aircraft requires that the pilot in command obeys certain rules and regulations pertaining to the air law in the country of operation. The same principles apply to pilots in command of unmanned aircraft. The fact that you're on the ground and not in a cockpit doesn't alter the fact that you have a responsibility for the aircraft. There's an old saying in aviation: Never let an airplane take you somewhere you brain didn't get to five minutes earlier. Tip: While on the subject of nuggets of aviation wisdom take a look at the site SkyGod.com. It's packed with quotations and short stories about manned aviation and by reading these you will develop a sense of what good airmanship is and how you cultivate it within yourself. Your UAV may be small and light but it's an aircraft nonetheless. This means that you have to adhere to specific restrictions relating to RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems) operating at low level and often in areas of intense human activity e.g. urban and industrial areas. To fly a drone safely and legally you need to cultivate situational awareness so that you can anticipate risks and problems before they occur. This will give you the ability to maintain control and bring the flight to a safe conclusion if necessary. The CAA is Your Friend One of the responsibilities of UK's CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) is formulating and administering the rules and regulations relating to unmanned aircraft, whether they are being flown for fun or for commercial reasons. Becoming a Commercial Drone Pilot If you want to fly a drone for any kind of commercial work in the UK you need to be over 18 years old and you will need to pass a written exam that tests your knowledge of best flying practices, airmanship, air law, and airspace restrictions. You will also need to pass a flight assessment in which your flying skills will be tested to see if they meet minimum standards. Thirdly, you will need to compile an Operations Manual which outlines the basic flying procedures for the types of flights you intend to undertake with your drone of choice. Once you've passed the exam and the flight assessment and completed your Operations Manual you can apply to the CAA for a PfCO (Permission for Commercial Operation). Formerly called PfAW - (Permission for Aerial Work) from the CAA. PfCO's are valid for 12 months from the date of issue. Applications for renewal are best sent at least 30 days before the expiry date to ensure continuity. Continued in the video... More information: Drone UAV: http://www.droneuav.co.uk Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Hangar Homes - Airfield Homes With Hangars For Aviators Creating Airfield Communities
 
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Hangar Homes: http://www.hangarhomes.co.uk Hangar Homes - Airfield Homes With Hangars For Aviators Creating Airfield Communities In the USA, and to a lesser extent in mainland Europe, homes on non-commercial airfields have been popular amongst the aviation community for some time. They provide easy access and a community location for fellow aviators. Homes adjacent to golf courses and marinas are popular among the golfing and sailing communities but so far such homes on airfields have not been available for aviators in the UK. Hangar Homes has been set up to address the concept of allowing light aircraft owners the opportunity to live on the airfield in homes above their aircraft hangars. What are the benefits of Hangar Homes for Airfield Operators? For many General Aviation airfields it’s a struggle for the airfield operators to make the airfield financially viable. Apart from the sale proceeds from each plot, each hangar home would contribute to the running costs of the airfield by paying for a landing card and a maintenance charge for airside access, helping to make it more sustainable. The presence of a Hangar Home will also generate interest among the aviation community which will increase the number of visiting aircraft and the additional income they bring. What are the benefits of Hangar Homes for their owners? Hangar Home owners are by definition in situ on the airfield so there is minimal delay in preparing for flight. They can be ready for take-off at short notice and on their return they can park their aircraft in private hangars beneath their living space overlooking the airfield. Hangar Home owners save on the cost of parking their aircraft and renting hangar space elsewhere, thus avoiding the possibility of ‘hangar rash’ caused by mishaps in a large shared hangar. What benefits do Hangar Homes bring to the Local Community? The presence of owner/occupiers in such homes will have several direct and indirect benefits to the local community. Hangar Home owners and occupiers (and their visitors) would provide additional custom to businesses on the airfield and in the wider area. The servicing and maintenance of light aircraft provide employment opportunities and valuable experience for engineers from local colleges. What is the environmental impact of Hangar Homes? Hangar Homes are eco-friendly and built with sustainable materials. They are designed to be as energy efficient as possible thereby reducing environmental impact and costs to a minimum. The following eco-friendly features are standard: Underfloor heating throughout with thermostats in each room. Rainwater capture for toilets. Air source heat pump for heating and cooling. Triple-glazing for heat/cold retention and sound-proofing. Solar panels on south-facing roofs. At which airfields could Hangar Homes be built? The ideal locations for Hangar Homes are the smaller GA airfields with flying during daylight hours only, as opposed to the busier medium and large airports that have commercial air traffic. Several airfields in the UK are potential sites and these include the historic Solent Airport (formerly RNAS Lee-on-Solent) in Hampshire and Newtownards Airfield in Northern Ireland. Why buy a Hangar Home? Living on an airfield is not to everyone’s taste but for some aviators it makes perfect sense. For them, waking up on a sunny morning, having breakfast on the balcony and then going flying is about as good as it gets. A Hangar Home could be a good investment as there would be a limited supply on any given airfield with a much greater demand from other buyers, depending on the location. The Hangar Homes Community. In the UK all GA airfields are mixed-use for leisure and business aviation, training, maintenance, hangarage and parking. Hangar Homes have been specifically designed for use on airfields in the UK and Europe with a small ‘footprint’ taking up less space on the airfield than hangar homes elsewhere like those in the airparks of the USA. Also, they are only a little over 7m high, no higher than a conventional single storey hangar, thus they blend in easily with the other buildings on the airfield.  That's about the same height as a bungalow and lower than a two-storey house. For more information about this exciting idea visit the Hangar Homes website at http://www.hangarhomes.co.uk or email [email protected] or call +44 (0)23 8097 0182 and follow the progress of the project on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/hangarhomes/ --------- Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 #aviation #airfields #airports -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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7 Tips For First Time Visitors To The Goodwood Revival. Motor Racing, Airshows, Vintage Fashions
 
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Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan Did you enjoy this video? Please consider leaving a tip: https://paypal.me/redspan If you want a video like this visit https://www.redspan.com for more information 7 Tips For First Time Visitors To The Goodwood Revival. Motor Racing, Airshows, Vintage Fashions The Goodwood Revival never disappoints and there are always lots of reasons why I return each year but to make the most of it does take some planning. Whether your main interest is motor sport, classic cars or bikes, vintage fashion, or historic aircraft then there’s plenty to see. Here are my essential tips for enjoying the Goodwood Revival and taking away happy memories that will linger right through winter until the following year. What is the Goodwood Revival? It’s a revival of the motor racing that used to take place on the circuit around the airfield but it’s so much more than that too. It’s a celebration of many of the best in motor cars, aircraft, motor bikes, fashion, design, music, and dance of the 1940s, 1950s, and the 1960s. The airfield was called RAF Westhampnett during World War II and it was the home of several squadrons. From here Douglas Bader took off and made his last flight before being shot down and going into captivity. Near the Goodwood Aero Club you will see a bronze statue of Sir Douglas Bader in a likeness contemporary with the months he spent there. After the War the perimeter track was converted into a motor racing circuit and racing continued there until 1966 when the track was closed. Racing returned in 1998 when the first Goodwood Revival was held and it’s been repeated every year since. When and where is the Goodwood Revival? The Revival is held on a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday on the first or second weekend in September every year. It takes place at the Goodwood motor racing circuit and aerodrome just north of Chichester, West Sussex, England. You can arrive by road (A27) or rail (Chichester Station), or you can simply fly into the airfield (with prior permission from the organisers). Essential Tips For Enjoying the Goodwood Revival Due to a wide range of things to see and do at the event there will inevitably be some suggestions that are of no relevance to some visitors. These tips are offered for the newcomers, the first-timers who may be a little bewildered by the spectacle. As Fred Pontin used to say, “Book Early!” The Revival is very popular and tends to sell out each year. You’ll need at least an entrance ticket and there are all kinds of supplements; grandstand seats, weekend tickets, camping, hospitality packages etc, so plan ahead. Decide whether you’re going to be staying anywhere nearby or going home at the end of the day and make arrangements accordingly months in advance. Watch the weather and keep watching You’re about to attend an outdoor event on an airfield near the south coast of England in September. When the sun shines and winds are light it can be glorious but if a weather front passes through you can get drenched and cold. The 2016 Revival was a reminder of how different things can be from one day to the next. On the Saturday the rain blew in from the west and it drizzled for most of the day. The cloud base was so low that all flying (displays and pleasure flights) had to be cancelled. That meant that the afternoon motor races were brought forward and the main events finished early. The next day, on the Sunday, the weather could not have been better. Warm sun, light winds and very little cloud. A dry track and picnics aplenty. I expect the people who bought Saturday only tickets were cursing their luck. Knock-on effects of wet weather Most people will have to park in a grass field a good walk away from the site. If there’s been a lot of rain the combined effects of long grass and vehicles will have the inevitable consequences. Suddenly those 1950s high-heels you bought on eBay don’t seem such a good idea as you gingerly make your way through the mud. (Continued in the video) Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 32301 Ben Lovegrove
How To Start An Airline. Get your aviation business airborne
 
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Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan Did you enjoy this video? Please consider leaving a tip: https://paypal.me/redspan How To Start An Airline. Get your aviation business airborne In this video I talk about starting an airline and running your own airline company. For some with a keen interest in aviation starting and running their own airline would be the fulfillment of a long held dream. If you're obsessed with aeroplanes what could be better than running a business that involves flying passengers and freight. The satisfaction of seeing your fleet (even if it's just one aircraft) and knowing your company is making a profit must be immense. But as we'll see starting an airline is far from easy, and running an airline, making a profit, and maintaining momentum over several years is harder still. Obviously, in a short video like this it won't be possible to cover all the aspects in detail but we can take a very high level view of this idea. A Brief Look At Airlines. The word airline conjures up images of fleets of aircraft that cost tens of millions each to buy and operate and which fly intercontinental routes. However, some airlines consist of one or two small aircraft flying in-country with a small team of pilots and administration staff running the show. For example, the Austrian based People’s Viennaline once had a fleet of just two aircraft. One of its routes used to be one of the world's shortest, with a flight lasting just eight minutes. They flew passengers from St. Gallen-Altenrhein Airport, Switzerland to Friedrichshafen Airport, Germany, thus saving them from a 77 km road trip around Lake Constance. However, the route has since been withdrawn and the airline has rebranded itself as simply 'People's'. This is an example of how airlines have to quickly adapt to changes in demand if they are to prosper. Airlines are launched for a variety of reasons; someone spots a gap in the market, an obvious need, or just has a new idea. If you've read Sir Richard Branson's autobiography you may be aware that Virgin Atlantic Airlines exists today due to an idea he had in 1984. Branson was in Puerto Rico airport about to fly to the British Virgin Islands when the flight was cancelled. So he hired an aircraft and wrote "Virgin Airlines" on a blackboard, then invited other delayed passengers to pay $39 for a seat to BVI. It wasn't long before he had sold every seat and the idea for Virgin Atlantic Airlines was born. But this one rare example of a good idea developed by someone who had the capital and drive to see it through. Market Analysis & Research. There is little point in starting any business without first doing the market research. To do so is a gamble with the odds stacked against you. Comprehensive market analysis will reveal areas that it might be possible to exploit - put simply, a gap in the market. Your market analysis should reveal the anticipated growth in passengers and freight in any given region. From this you can determine what type of aircraft would be most suitable to meet the expected demand. Continued in the video... ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove ### Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/242938 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure As an Amazon Associate, DJI, and iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 730 Ben Lovegrove
VIP Flight Attendant Salary, Cabin Crew Pay, Private Jet Stewardess
 
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Career Guides, Crew Life Descriptions: https://goo.gl/Sgi2GU Flight Attendant Job Agency: https://goo.gl/WzTLrE VIP Flight Attendant Salary, Cabin Crew Pay, Private Jet Stewardess Hello, my name is Ben Lovegrove and in this video I'm going to talk about the pay and perks of being a VIP Flight Attendant and a member of the cabin crew on any private jet. Would you like to travel the world in private aircraft, stay in the best hotels, mix with the super rich, and get paid to do so? Such ideas are what attract Flight Attendants to roles within business aviation and VIP hospitality. However, as I'm sure you already know, such positions are only open to the select few with the right skills and experience. There are the Flight Attendants who work on private aircraft that ferry heads of industry and senior members of corporations from capital to capital. Then there are Flight Attendants whose passengers are wealthy individuals who use their own or rented private jets for the convenience and privacy that they provide. So one thing that most, if not all these passengers have in common is the fact they are very wealthy, they regard time as a precious commodity, and they value discretion and privacy. Consequently, they need Flight Attendants who are discrete, efficient, and professional in every way. They may request that their pilots and cabin crew sign non-disclosure agreements. So you might have to forget blogging or vlogging about your travels and clients. The clue is in the title; a private jet is not a public space, so the Flight Attendants need to keep in mind that what they see and hear is not to be disclosed elsewhere. Sometimes this is to protect the privacy of the individual and their families but it could also be because business meetings are held aboard that discretion is required. The aircraft involved range from small business jets (bizjets) with limited seating and amenities, to airliners containing lounge areas, bedrooms, and bathrooms. You'll quickly become familiar with Learjets, Cessna Citations, Embraers, Gulfstreams, and perhaps privately owned airliners like a Boeing 777 or even a 747. For the ultra wealthy price is no object so the Flight Attendant should not be intimidated by ostentatious displays of wealth, expensive equipment, and famous people. Serving food and drink aboard such aircraft requires skills that can only be acquired by diligent effort and experience. You'll be expected to prepare and serve dishes to the highest standards with presentation worthy of a Michelin star restaurant. Communication and language skills are important and knowledge of the protocols and customs of various nationalities is a great asset. Those that succeed among the elite of cabin crew are often those with a wide range of skills. Continued in the video... ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details. ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 Acknowledgements: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/224064 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate & iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 1276 Ben Lovegrove
Confrontations Over Drones.  How to deal with angry people.
 
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Books about drones: https://goo.gl/fHTfsm Drones to buy: https://goo.gl/p4V9fc Waterproof drones: https://goo.gl/jFyhEk Confrontations Over Drones. How to deal with angry people when flying UAV Interested in Unmanned Aviation? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 DRONE PILOTS - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 In this video I describe some measures you can take as a drone pilot to deal with any unpleasant confrontations you may encounter when operating your UAV. Over the past few years there have been a number of reports of UAV pilots being angrily confronted by members of the public. Although these incidents are rare it is nevertheless important to be prepared in case you have to deal with such a situation. Some drone pilots have been verbally harassed, some have had their property attacked and damaged, and a few have been physically assaulted. The motives for these attacks often revolve around concerns about privacy, safety, and noise nuisance. As we know there are those few rogue pilots who damage the reputation of the vast majority who operate their drones safely. The media's insatiable appetite for controversy inevitably focuses on any incident that shows UAV in a negative light. Therefore, despite the obvious benefits of drones there remain those in the media and the general public who regard them with suspicion. You may also be confronted by someone in uniform; security guards or even police officers who have erroneous understanding of the law. If you’re unlucky enough to be confronted by a member of the public or an official while flying your drone, here are some steps you can take to defuse the situation. Get a video advert for your business: http://www.redspan.com Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular YouTube Playlists: Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Career Training and Business Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPK3wGn1LOg&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOh6TeMUA-rlHjIK9RcF5m0 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 2801 Ben Lovegrove
LAPL vs PPL - Light Aircraft & Private Pilot's Licence
 
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Learn to fly: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P Flight training, private & commercial: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt In this video I summarise the similarities and differences between the LAPL and the PPL. That is, the Light Aircraft Pilot's Licence and the Private Pilot's Licence. If you're unsure of the differences and therefore which licence you need, then watch this video to the end as it may clear up some of the confusion. The right licence for you will depend on your aviation aspirations. If you intend to fly for recreational purposes under VFR in the UK with perhaps occasional trips over to continental Europe then the LAPL is ideal. Theoretically it will take less time and expense to gain due to less stringent requirements. On the other hand if you want to fly privately, perhaps under IFR, and maybe continue flight training to begin a career then the PPL is probably your best option. The LAPL was introduced by EASA to enable aspiring aviators to gain a licence with a shorter syllabus and less strict medical requirements than those of the PPL. The PPL is a globally recognised private pilot's licence whereas the LAPL is particular to Europe. The only additional ratings that a pilot can add to the LAPL are the Night rating and an Aerobatic rating. The additional ratings that a pilot can add to the PPL are Night, Aerobatic, Multi Engine, and Instrument ratings. Both licences allow the holder to fly single engine aircraft. The LAPL allows the holder to fly aircraft with a MTOW (Maximum Take-off Weight) of 2,000 kg with a maximum of 3 passengers. The PPL allows the holder to fly aircraft with a MTOW (Maximum Take-off Weight) of 5,750 kg with a maximum of 19 passengers. You can tell from those figures that all LSA (Light Sport Aircraft) and the majority of single engine training aircraft would be accessible to the holder of an LAPL. For example, with a current LAPL you could fly yourself and three passengers in a Cessna 172 to France and back. The PPL specifies the single-engine aircraft privilege within the SEP rating which is valid for two years. The LAPL specifies the single-engine rating within the licence itself. The LAPL is valid for life but as with all licences and ratings you have to maintain currency by flying a minimum number of hours every year. To maintain your LAPL you need to fly 12 hours in the last 24 months as Pilot in Command including 1 hour with an instructor. Continued in the video... If you want to check every detail of licencing then please visit: https://www.caa.co.uk/General-aviation/ and check the sections entitled 'Learning to fly' and 'Pilot licences ratings and medical certificates' ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details. ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 Acknowledgements: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/217655 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 891 Ben Lovegrove
11 Advantages of Private Air Charter.  Private Jet Hire, Empty Leg Seats
 
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Get a quote: http://bit.ly/2ifyiil Empty Leg Deals: http://bit.ly/2ASo2Il 11 Advantages of Private Air Charter. Private Jet Hire, Empty Leg Seats 1. Private aircraft charter saves time. If there's one single reason why private aircraft charter is so desirable it's the time it saves. We all know we can't create more time but we can spend what we have more economically and efficiently. For the frequent traveller private aircraft charter saves significant chunks of time over the course of a year. 2. Private aviation is more flexible. You set the times for you departure and consequently your arrival. You have the option to change your mind at short notice as your needs and plans change. 3. Private aviation is so much more comfortable. There is no comfort quite like flying in a private jet. There is ample space in which to hold meetings, do some creative work, or simple recharge your batteries. 4. Private aviation creates a high level of privacy. The interior of your aircraft becomes your flying office. The only other person you're likely to see apart from the air crew is the VIP Flight Attendant on medium to large private jets. 5. Private air charter is very convenient for time sensitive people. You can fly from smaller, quieter, airfields that are closer to your points of departure and destination. You breeze through customs and security checks at short notice. 6. Private aviation is surprisingly affordable. Frequent trips in First or Business Class can amount to a sizeable expenditure each year. Compare that cost with the time saved and the flexibility of private air charters and you may be surprised by the result. 7. Private aviation is safe and secure. Private aircraft have an exemplary safety record. They are often crewed and maintained by dedicated teams. Air and Cabin Crew are carefully selected after thorough and detailed recruitment processes. 8. Private flying provides a new level of quality. Let's face it, the entire experience from start to finish is all about quality. Quality of time and quality of service. And this will not go unnoticed by your clients and contacts. 9. Private flying takes the stress out of air travel. Short on time, deadlines to meet, delays and frustrations. Relax in the ample space of a private jet. Be assured that you'll arrive on time and refreshed, ready for the next event. 10. Private air charter includes top of the range cuisine options. With private aviation you can specify your own dietary and nutritional requirements. Whether it's a burger and a beer or fine dining with appropriate wines, the choice is yours to make. 11. And the pets come too. Finally, private aviation allows you to travel with your pets. No more confinement in the hold, your pet flies with you in the luxurious cabin. That concludes this brief look at the advantages of private air charter. If you enjoyed this video please give it a like, share it, and add a comment below. --------- Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact me to discuss making videos like this for your business Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 #aviation #bizjets -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 1669 Ben Lovegrove
Goodwood Revival 2018 Air Display 8th September Spitfires Hurricane
 
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The Goodwood Revival 2018 Air Display on Saturday 8th September featuring three Spitfires and a Hurricane. The aircraft that took part were: Supermarine Spitfire PRXI PL983 (G-PRXI) Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IX MH434 (G-ASJV) Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk.Vb Spitfire EP120 (G-LFVB) Hawker Hurricane P3717 (G-HITT) The footage includes highlights of: - Pre flight checks - Engine start and warm up - Taxi to holding point - Take off - Air display including formation flying and some aerobatics - Landing and return to park Check out my Goodwood Revival playlist which includes footage dating back to 2002: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPbkdHEtczIxlcSzcNyedIv #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular playlists: Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Career Training and Business Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPK3wGn1LOg&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOh6TeMUA-rlHjIK9RcF5m0 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
Views: 2824 Ben Lovegrove
Space Clearing - Easy Ways For Mentally Decluttering Homes. Hotels, & Offices Using Positive Energy
 
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Booklist: http://benlovegrove.com/space-clearing/ In this video I'm going to describe some ways in which you can use space and clutter clearing to improve your mood and productivity while creating cleansed and clear atmospheres in your home or workplace. Learn how decluttering the spaces in which you work, rest, and play using positive energy and spiritual healing really works. Space clearing first became fashionable in the 1980s and has since become firmly embedded in our culture. It's not hard to see why when we know that architecture, interior design, lights, colours, and sounds have a measureable effect on moods, concentration, and positive thinking. There is both and art and a science to enhancing and optimising all these aspects of the spaces in which we live, work, play, and rest. However, two things that make space clearing even more interesting and appealing is the fact that it goes beyond the physical, and that it can be practiced by anyone, even those with no talent in the more orthodox aspects of design. Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese art of placement, designed to harmonise rooms, buildings, and landscapes by controlling the flow of chi throughout, has spread to the West and is now widely practiced but it takes a certain amount of learning and diligence to apply it correctly. Clear The Clutter This is the first and most obvious task.  During the course of our daily lives we accumulate so much stuff.  Our cupboards, wardrobes, and garages are full of it.  Most if it will never be used by us again but we hang on to it just in case. Some people have so much stuff that they don't have enough room in their houses, garages, or sheds and they end up paying monthly storage fees just to store this their stuff.  It might be out of sight but it is not out of mind as the awareness of it nags at us, even if it's subconsciously. We are bloated with possessions.  I suspect there are strong similarities between the obesity epidemic in Western culture and the excessive accumulation of possessions.  Some people hang on to stuff and excess body weight for similar reasons i.e. there's an underlying emotional or mental cause. So your first task to to clear the clutter. Sound in the form of clapping, laughter, and cheering can diffuse tension in an audience.  The ringing out of church bells in a parish can have a similar effect on the local neighbourhood. Clapping, bell ringing, and drumming are space clearing techniques used all over the world. The same applies to beneficial and uplifting atmospheres.  Repeated religions ceremonies over time can create an atmosphere of sanctity and stillness.  Just pop into one of those old parish churches tucked away up a country lane, sit in a pew and sense it.  It's unmistakable. Chanting, meditation, and rituals can make a place holy in the sense that the atmosphere is calmed and transformed into an area of stillness in an otherwise tempestuous world. Use the Force, Luke Now that you've cleared the clutter and cleaned the house it's time to get down to business with the cleansing on the more subtle levels. Here are some of the tools that can be used.  It's not an exhaustive list and there are some books listed below that will provide more detail about these and other methods. Hand clapping - simple but effective, and you carry the tools around with you. Bell ringing - Balinese bells are favoured by some but you might use an old school hand bell bought at an antique shop. Smudge sticks - waft it around and fan the smoke into corners using a feather. Prayers and chanting - learn the lines and repeat as necessary. Meditation - full on visualisation of purifying white healing light flowing through the house and removing every last bit of non-physical dirt and grime. Try to cultivate a quiet meditative state in which your ego and self-consciousness is temporarily set aside. While in this frame of mind visualise a connection between the Divine, the Source, God, or whatever term you're comfortable with and the space you're in. See this connection acting as a conduit, a channel through which you can download a powerful boost of pure energy that gently but firmly removes all vestiges of stuck and stagnant energy. See it acting as both a purifying and a creative force that enables anyone passing through and occupying the space to use it for their health and well-being. Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227
Views: 1102 Ben Lovegrove
Learn To Fly NOW.  Pilot Recruitment Opportunities Increasing
 
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Now is the perfect time for you to learn to fly and to obtain your Private Pilots Licence. Gaining a PPL now will enable you to catch the next big surge of commercial pilot recruitment in the years ahead. In July 2015 the aerospace giant Boeing predicted that the world would need 558,000 new pilots during the next twenty years. If this forecast for half a million pilots jobs is correct (and they should know, being Boeing) then there has never been a better time to learn to fly. If you start now and work your way along the path to a career in the airlines then you should be ready to catch this wave of opportunity as it gathers momentum over the next few years. If you have no flying experience at all then the idea of one day being the pilot of an airliner may seem an impossible dream but like all such ambitions they can be realised with the right amount of concentration, perseverance, money, and sacrifice. It may seem daunting to consider that one day you'll be responsible for the safe take-off, flight and landing of a multi million pound aircraft along with its passengers, crew, or cargo. However, twenty-something First Officers fly airliners every day. If they can do it then there's no reason why you can't one day wear that uniform. At the very start of your journey into aviation you’re going to have a lot of fun and excitement as you learn to fly. The milestones are many and come in quick succession; first solo, first solo navigation, first land away etc and within a few months you will become one of the privileged holders of a Private Pilots Licence. This licence will entitle you to fly specific aircraft within the limits of the type of licence you have elected to obtain. At this point along the path some pilots divert into recreational flying and that journey can last for years. For the lucky few it can last a lifetime and some pilots continue to fly into their eighth and even their ninth decades. For those whose aspirations are firmly fixed within the world of civil aviation then the achievement of the PPL marks only the end of first stage of training. From there they must move quickly on to twin engine ratings, a Commercial Pilots Licence, an Instrument Rating, and onward towards an ATPL (Air Transport Pilots Licence). As you can imagine, all this training takes a lot of concentration and application. It also demands a lot of sacrifice. If you take this path you will probably drastically reduce (and perhaps cut out altogether) nights out, holidays, nice cars, new clothes, and all the other things that working people spend their money on. Obviously, if money is not a problem for you then this won’t be the case, but for most student pilots it is not uncommon for them to reach the end of their training in debt to the tune of tens of thousands of pounds. It is only the promise of a long career in the airlines, with increments of salary as they gain experience and seniority, and ending with a good pension, that gives them the confidence to continue with their goals. If you're lucky you might be awarded a bursary or scholarship that pays some of the costs towards a particular milestone. This all depends on your personal circumstances and aptitude for flying and you'll need to keep a keen eye on what's available from one season to the next. (continued in the video) Let me know what your aspirations are in the comments section below. I'll make you a video like this one. Contact me at https://www.redspan.com/ Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 3184 Ben Lovegrove
Aviation News #20 - 7 Gatwick Drone Incident Conspiracy Theories
 
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Aviation News #20 - 7 Gatwick Drone Incident Conspiracy Theories In this special Christmas Eve edition there's only one story that is on most people's minds in the world of aviation. The Gatwick Drone Incident is still unfolding and what actually happened is now anyone's guess. I uploaded a video last Saturday, the 22nd December (https://youtu.be/vEhgqvqP4f8), and described the story to date but after developments since it's hard to be certain what on earth really went on last week. On Saturday evening, to stoke the fires of conspiracy theories even further, Birmingham airport was closed for two hours due to what was described as a 'failure of the electronic flight plan system.' So we start the week with several theories buzzing around like drones gone wrong. 1. It was drones all along and the perpetrators are still at large. 2. It was an elaborate hoax orchestrated by the Government to distract us from the Brexit negotiations/shambles. 3. It was an elaborate hoax orchestrated by the Government to test the impact on aviation of a no-deal Brexit. 4. It was an elaborate hoax orchestrated by the Government to justify new, strict anti-drone legislation. 5. It was a incident of mass hysteria during which about 60 people reported sightings of something that wasn't there at all. 6. It was mistaken identity and 60 people saw something like a light on a crane or a similar mundane object. 7. It was a UFO from either another country, planet, or dimension. Which one gets your vote or have I missed any? Let me know in the comments below. A very Merry Christmas to all my viewers and subscribers and thank you for your support throughout 2018. I look forward to bringing you more about the fascinating world of aviation soon. Meanwhile, subscribe to my channel and click the bell next to the Subscribe button to be notified of the next edition. Finally, please like, share, and comment on this video so that I know what I'm doing right and will continue to make videos that people want to watch. ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details. ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 Acknowledgements: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/228829 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate & iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 2391 Ben Lovegrove
How To Market A Startup Drone Business. Tips From Former UAV Operator
 
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How To Market A Startup Drone Business. Tips From Former UAV Operator This is a big topic with a lot of subjects to cover so this video serves as an introduction only, but watch or listen to all of it then ask me any questions or tell me what specifics you need covered by leaving a request in the Comments section below. Interested in Unmanned Aviation? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 DRONE PILOTS - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 Get a video advert for your business: http://www.redspan.com Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove Before I begin may I say congratulations for making the inspired decision to join the drone industry. By starting a UAV company now or just by obtaining your drone pilot certification you have caught the wave at the right time. Your next task is to market either yourself or your business. You need to put your name out there and catch the attention of those seeking your skills and services. The competition between drone pilots and aerial photography companies is already beginning to increase as the technology evolves. The growth of the UAV market brings many opportunities but as more people join the industry you'll need to develop a marketing strategy. It's the only way you can keep your head in front of the competition and win those vital orders that will ensure your eventual success. Once you've established your business and built up a list of clients then you may find you need less marketing. For example, you may receive repeat orders from existing clients and new requests by word of mouth referrals. Your business might then continue and grow by reputation and recommendation alone! But before you reach that stage you will need to budget for consistent and well planned marketing. Various Methods For Advertising. As someone who uses the web you've probably seen and responded to PPC ads, promo videos, and adverts on social media. Websites are easy and inexpensive to build but they require regular attention and fine tuning to stand any chance of being found. Social media is free and easy to use but accounts need to be nurtured slowly over time if they are to deliver any leads. PPC advertising gives you control over your campaign and can be productive but only if the preliminary keyword research is accurate. YouTube and Vimeo can showcase videos but your efforts may be lost among the millions of uploads if their are not optimised for searches. Local business networking events in your home town or county may produce leads but they too take time to deliver results. With all thes options and the pros and cons of each it can be difficult to decide how to spend your time, effort, and money. Get it wrong and you'll blow the start-up budget with no results. The phone won't ring and the leads won't materialise. Get it right and the pressue will ease and your confidence will increase with each new enquiry. Continued in the video... ### Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - http://www.redspan.com Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 432 Ben Lovegrove
Drone Pilots Jobs -  7 Benefits of being a RPAS UAV Operator flying drones or selling drone training
 
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Check out my UAV site: http://www.droneuav.co.uk As the UAS industry continues to evolve it must come as no surprise that drone pilots jobs are increasing proportionally with this expansion. Just like the rapid growth of the mobile phone network a few decades ago there are now many opportunities for solo operators, small businesses, and large companies. Drone pilots have several benefits to enjoy and to look forward to as they begin and continue their careers. With the growth of the UAS industry there is a high probability of continuous and secure employment. Estimates from industry associations suggest that there will be hundreds of thousands of new drone pilots jobs in the USA and the UK in the next few decades. Along with the jobs for drone pilots themselves there are all the other roles that the industry creates; trainers, hardware designers, software developers, engineers, and regulatory, ancillary & administration staff. The same expansion could create demand that exceeds supply and thereby increase salaries for drone pilots with competition for the number of experienced UAV operators, especially those with rare skills. Some drone pilots have opted for starting their own companies and finding work through their own marketing skills. Others prefer to leave running a business to an employer and have found positions in companies that provide the advantages of steady employment. Salaries are of course commensurate with skills and experience. An ex-military UAV pilot who used to fly Reapers and is now operating a civilian equivalent for meteorological research purposes will earn more than a DJI Phantom pilot doing urban roof inspections! There are already many uses for UAV and as new hardware and software is developed this is likely to continue to increase. Drone pilots can expect to be given tasks that test their abilities in variety of environments and climates. A drone pilot can expect to work in rural, urban, and industrial areas. There is no limit to where filming might be required from one week to the next. It's part of the attraction and adds a certain level of excitement not knowing where you'll be each month. Following on from the point about variety there are also the prospect of foreign travel. Although the UAS industry is expanding rapidly the growth is not consistent among countries in the developed world. Already drone pilots in the UK and USA are finding that their skills are required not just at home but abroad too. Some countries still have strict regulations that have slowed or even prohibited the growth of the UAS industry. However, the demand for aerial photography remains so companies that need that service have looked abroad and contracted out for the task. Drone pilots who specialise in a particular discipline can develop skills that are rare and therefore in high demand. Like all technologies there few people who are experts in every field and most will choose to have one main area of expertise while still being competent in several others. Let's face it, when someone asks you what you do for a living telling them you fly drones is likely to be the start of an interesting conversation, even if the listener is wary of them and the risks, real or imagined. People are interested in new technology and drones are at the leading edge now. The only disadvantage to this curiosity is that some people see fit to walk up to you with a list of questions while you're concentrating on flying safely and according to the flight plan! More information: Copter Drones: http://www.copterdrones.co.uk Drone UAV: http://www.droneuav.co.uk Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 3646 Ben Lovegrove
How To Market Your Startup Drone Business.  Marketing Tips UAV Pilots
 
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How To Market Your Startup Drone Business You've done the training, passed the exam and the flight assessment, and you can now legally fly drones for commercial gain. You have all the gear and you know how to use it, your friends and family have encouraged you, but the phone just isn't ringing. You have a great website and perhaps you paid someone to sort out the SEO but there are no enquiries in your inbox from prospective clients. Interested in Unmanned Aviation? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 DRONE PILOTS - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 Get a video advert for your business: http://www.redspan.com Now, having spent lots of hard cash to set up a drone business you need clients and you need them fast. The clock is ticking and the money is leaving your bank account faster than it is coming in. It's a sad fact that a high proportion of new businesses continue to fail within the first two years. One of the main causes of this high failure rate is the lack of attention to marketing. My name is Ben Lovegrove and in 2015 I started and subsequently sold an aerial photography business. I now offer a video marketing service for clients who want to promote their businesses and generate new leads. Video is fast becoming the preferred choice for people seeking information. Isn't it always easier if someone just explains things to you in plain English instead of having to read 600 words on a web page? Google owns YouTube so if you've got a good advert on YouTube the likelihood is that it will show up on both YouTube and Google search results. I can help you and your business by creating a script based on the contents of your website. I will then make a video using still images from your site or those supplied direct from you. I will then narrate that script over the images to create a marketing video that can remain on YouTube as your online advert indefinitely. I will optimise the video for searches on YouTube and provide a copy of the file in a format suitable for your Facebook page. You can then use this video in several ways; embed it in your website so that it plays automatically to visitors, share it within various social media accounts repeatedly, or use it as the featured video in your YouTube channel so that visitors can see and hear instantly what you provide. The price for a 2-4 minute video is just £249, or if you provide the script the price goes down to £199 (prices exclude VAT). To make a booking or to ask any questions visit http://www.redspan.com and use the contact form or simply call +44 (0)1329 286169 and leave your details and I'll call you. ### #drones #UAV #dronebusiness #UAVbusiness Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 1036 Ben Lovegrove
Aerial Property Photography - Using Drones & UAV For  Architectural Photography &  Real Estate
 
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More info: http://www.droneuav.co.uk/drones-at-work/aerial-property-photography/ When it comes to selling houses it must surely be a complete no-brainer if you have the option of using drone videography and imagery. Aerial property photography now replaces those few snaps taken in the driveway and the back garden. You can now showcase a property with an aerial video that takes you on a guided tour both inside and out. Location, Location, Location Aerial videos and images of properties are a boon to buyers who need to know what is adjacent to and close by the property as well as what lies within its boundaries. Little is left hidden when you have a view from 350ft. You can spot a nearby scrap yard or pig farm that the estate agent conveniently forgot to mention. Drones used for property photography really come into their own when there are larger areas to cover, particularly if it's not a garden but open land. It may be impractical to cover the area on foot and yet the buyer would like to inspect what's over the hedge or across the stream. Aerial photos provide clarity. The photo can be edited to show the boundaries of the property so that it matches the plot plan. This creates an at-a-glance image that removes any doubt and creates some reassurance for the buyer. Showing property at its best Everything takes on a different look when seen from the air. The aerial view can enhance an otherwise nondescript property and reveal it to be an overlooked gem. Properties that seem all too familiar from the ground are suddenly seen afresh. Drones can also be used to create smooth flowing tours around the interior of a property. The footage can be combined with any taken using hand held gimbal equipped cameras to produce short films like the one below which are a pleasure to watch in themselves. Season and Weather As with all filming but even more so with property photography, weather, season, time of day, and position of the sun are going to be a factor. If you want to make a point of showing the viewer a certain part of the property (because it's the main feature or a great selling point) then will all those preceding factors be optimal for the shot? Will the sun be in the drone camera lens just as you pan around to that side of the building? Golden Hours The golden hours (an hour after sunrise, an hour before sunset) can be used to great effect for property photography. The loss of daylight in the winter months in the UK mean there are fewer opportunities for filming but there are some advantages. Think of those frosty mornings when the air is still and the sky is clear. Capture your property when the shadows are still long and as you fly your drone over it pull back over the top to reveal it in all its glory. The contrast of the still frosty ground still in the shade against the sunlit ground that is frost free can produce a dramatic effect. Aerial Property Photography – with VR? It can only be a matter of time before a prospective buyer will be able to inspect the inside of the property using a virtual reality tour. You'll be able to sit at home or in the office and walk from virtual room to virtual room. You can then enjoy an aerial video that can shows the exterior and the location in as equal detail. DIY Aerial Property Photography Perhaps you're a home owner who just want to create an aerial video of the property for the family archive. All you'll need is one of the latest camera equipped UAVs like the DJI Phantom 4 Pro though of course plenty of other makes and models are available. With careful and gradual practice you'll be able to achieve the desired result and impress your family and friends with the results. Just be sure to abide by the rules and regulations for drone use in the UK or your home country. Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 1100 Ben Lovegrove
Flying Drones in the UK.  Drone Laws and Proposed New Regulations
 
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Current Drone Regulations: https://dronesafe.uk/ Join SUAS Global and express your views: https://goo.gl/Bc4TLt ### Flying Drones in the UK. Drone Laws and Proposed New Regulations in this video I’m going to summarise some of the main points of the UK Government’s 2018 consultation on the use of drones in UK airspace. Many drone pilots, business owners, and hobby flyers are concerned about the proposals. Feel free to post any questions or comments below this video and I or someone else will try to respond. The consultation ran from the 26th July to the 17th September 2018. It received 5,061 responses and the results were published on 7th January 2019. The UK Government wanted to ask what people thought about things like age restrictions and whether the 1km flight restriction around protected aerodromes is sufficient. They also wanted feedback on how drone flying should be policed and what penalties and enforcement notices should be available to the authorities. They wanted people’s views on the idea of a pre-flight notification system called FINS (Flight Information and Notification System). And they also wanted to discuss counter drone technologies. All this was done while keeping in mind the benefits of the drone industry to the UK economy and the potential growth of the industry in the coming years. The result of all this is a 97 page document entitled “Taking Flight: The Future of Drones in the UK” and published by the Department of Transport. I recommend you read the document in full so that you absorb it directly, rather than through my interpretation. All I’ve done in this video is to quote some of the sections that seemed most relevant, but you might have other ideas. You can view and download it at this address: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/drone-legislation-use-restrictions-and-enforcement The document begins with a foreword by Baroness Sugg, the Minister for Aviation, who says, “Drones and unmanned aircraft present both exciting benefits to society, and challenges we must address.” She briefly mentions the advantages and benefits of UAS but also says, “drones can also be misused, risking safety, security and privacy.” Chapter 1 includes an executive summary, a definition of a drone (RPAS) and UAS, and further definitions and summaries so that the terminology is clear and understood. This chapter covers; Benefits of drones, Delivering the Government's industrial strategy with drones; Summary of existing legislation on drones; Tackling drone misuse and raising awareness of the rules; and Future Regulation. Chapter 2 discusses the proposal for minimum age requirements. At the moment there is no minimum age for anyone piloting a drone, although the CAA requires a minimum age of 18 years old for the issue of PfCO (Permission for Commercial Operations). The document makes the distinction between an SUA Operator and the Remote pilot. These distinctions have been formalised in a recent amendment to the ANO (Air Navigation Order). Continued in the video... ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details or send me a cup of coffee: https://paypal.me/redspan ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove ### Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure As an Amazon Associate, DJI, and iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
Views: 1607 Ben Lovegrove
Are Drones Waterproof? A review of water resistant & waterproof drones
 
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Check them out: https://goo.gl/jFyhEk Are Drones Waterproof? A review of water resistant & waterproof drones Anyone purchasing drones for recreational or commercial use will probably want to know the answer to the question, "Are drones waterproof?" or "Are any drones waterproof or splash resistant" before they make a decision on which models to purchase. Strong winds will keep your drones on the ground but more often the reason you're not flying them (particularly in the UK) is because of precipitation in one form another. This is of concern to commercial drone users and aerial photographers since it will severely limits the amount of operational hours per year.  If the drones are not flying because it's raining then your company isn't earning. So let's take a look at the options for waterproof or simply water resistant drones currently available. Parrot Hydrofoil: https://amzn.to/2CvHE4G SwellPro Splash 3: https://goo.gl/o816dT QuadH20: https://goo.gl/LQmeaa HexH20 Pro: https://goo.gl/cbffUV GPToys F51: https://amzn.to/2CuiSlL PowerVision PowerRay: http://tidd.ly/89274a09 The drone market is growing at a fast pace and offers many potential applications ranging from construction to infrastructure development and agriculture. According to a 2018 report, there are more than 75,000 drones criss-crossing the British skies today, and this figure is only expected to keep growing. Since drones have such a wide range of applications, one of the most common questions involving these devices is whether drones are waterproof. If you are familiar with them, you probably know that some models can fly in patchy rain and other similar wet weather conditions that are so common in the UK. Some modern drones can handle anything from water gliding to short dives into bodies of water, and some models can even land on water and record under water. #### Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove I upload 2-4 times per month. Here are my most popular playlists: Drones, Umanned Aviation, Aerial Photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWGd1ZKP0XA&list=PLU_3zq_5JBON-MLJJQP6HBQexiqz9NU7q Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOM8RsJr6rKpQVoJstMYqE0V Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxNpfNGANbc&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOMo8eFo53-wXgxAx-m4I-hH General Aviation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qte-1PiZ534&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOPYWzPii7JjS7qaxMRxyeAK Aviation Careers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0awvlw0zjE&list=PLU_3zq_5JBONB544-x4Pifimz1d4NCVc3 Career Training and Business Tools https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPK3wGn1LOg&list=PLU_3zq_5JBOOh6TeMUA-rlHjIK9RcF5m0 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/199745 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
Views: 465 Ben Lovegrove
Lee Flying Association, Solent Airport RNAS Lee-on-Solent HMS Daedalus
 
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More info/Join: http://www.eghf.co.uk Lee Flying Association, Solent Airport, Royal Navy Air Station Lee-on-Solent (HMS Daedalus) Lee Flying Association (LFA) is a not-for-profit members organisation that works to ensure the retention of Solent Airport for public aviation and community uses. And you can be part of this association and enjoy the many benefits of membership. Whether you’re a pilot, aircraft owner, or someone who is just interested in aviation or even just the history of the airfield you are welcome to join the LFA. First, a brief description of the home airfield. Solent Airport, formerly Royal Naval Air Station Lee-on-Solent (HMS Daedalus), is fast becoming a busy General Aviation airfield. It is a CAA Licensed Aerodrome with a recently resurfaced asphalt runway, 05/23. Facilities include aircraft refueling, on-site engineering, hangarage, outdoor parking, along with flying tuition and flight experiences. There is a viewing area for aviation enthusiasts with a play area for children, adjacent to the Cafe at 05 which serves refreshments seven days a week. The location of this historic airfield draws visiting pilots from both the UK and abroad, and the variety of aircraft attracts numerous aviation enthusiasts. As well as modern aircraft, microlights, helicopters and gyrocopters you can often see vintage aircraft in the form of Tiger Moths, Beech Staggerwings, and Spitfires. During 2018 the Boultbee Flight Academy, based at Goodwood Airfield several miles away, positioned Spitfires at Solent Airport in order to make use of the airfield’s hard runway. But it hasn't always been this way. A few years ago the airfield was in grave danger of being permanently closed to General Aviation. The Lee Flying Association was instrumental in securing the future of the airfield for both public and commercial traffic. It has provided input and representation to Fareham Borough Council who now own the airfield. It has liaised with the Civil Aviation Authority and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association on matters relating to Solent Airport. It not only lobbied to keep the airfield open but continues to promote aviation by organising events that both entertain and inform visitors about the airfield’s heritage. For example, in 2014 the LFA and its partners created a unique event entitled Daedalus D-Day 70th to commemorate the important role the airfield played in the build up to D-Day itself. No less than eight Douglas Dakotas took part, along with flypasts by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s Lancaster, a Spitfire, and a Sea Fury. As well as social activities at the airfield itself the LFA organises visits for members to aviation museums, aero parks, and other sites of interest. The Lee Flying Association welcomes new members. The more members who join, the stronger the association’s voice becomes when speaking up for General Aviation. As a member, you can make use of the LFA clubhouse alongside the Control Tower. There you’ll find a comfortable location for flight planning or simply socialising with other members. You’ll receive updates on the LFA activities via the newsletters and Facebook group. You will have a voice, and you will be able to put forward your views to an association that curates the opinions of its members and presents them to various bodies. Membership costs just £30 a year. You can find out more and apply for your membership at the LFA website: http://www.eghf.co.uk Or simply email the Chairman at [email protected] Join the LFA and be part of the ongoing aviation success story at Solent Airport. #### Get a video advert for your business. Turn press releases into videos, generate infomercials. Visit : https://www.redspan.com #### I upload 2-4 times per month. Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y Playlists Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools https://goo.gl/rh9P46 Social Media Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redspan Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/209395 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Video Created By Redspan Solutions Ltd - https://www.redspan.com/ Contact us to discuss making videos like this for your business.
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Knowlton Church and Ceremonial Earthworks Near Wimborne in Dorset
 
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Knowlton Church and Ceremonial Earthworks Near Wimborne in Dorset The ruins of Knowlton Church sit in the centre of the ceremonial henge that predates it by about 3,500 years. It is one of the most striking examples of how the new religion of Christianity adopted many existing sites of worship and ceremony, and in so doing persuaded the population to convert to the new religion. However, this conversion was never fully completed and the old religion has endured to this day. If you click on the aerial photograph above and to the right then zoom in on the area just below the church ruins you will see a small black circular area of bare soil. Knowlton Church, Knowlton RingsWhen I visited the site early one morning in October 2014 I found a used tea light in that space. It seems it had recently been used for a ceremony of some kind, perhaps a solitary follower of the path of Wicca. It would seem that the Old Religion created the site, Christianity used for several hundred years, and now neo Pagans are using it once again. Knowlton Church and Ceremonial Henge 1Knowlton Church The Normans built the original church in the 12th Century and in was in continuous use until the 18th Century. The tower was added in the 15th Century. After the roof collapsed in the 18th Century it was abandoned in favour of another, more recently constructed church in Woodlands. Knowlton Earthworks – A Ceremonial Henge Knowlton Church and Ceremonial Henge 2The earthworks were built about 4,500 years ago in the Neolithic Age. It is clear from the size and dimensions that the earthworks were designed for ceremonial use and were not defensive structures. English Heritage suggest that there may have been wooden walls and a roof covering the whole area. If you want more details and facts about the site's history then just google it and you'll find plenty, but I would suggest the best way to get to know the site is to visit it. Ideally, go as I did in the early morning, preferably when it's sunny. To see the sun come up and cast the long shadows you can see in these aerial pictures is very atmospheric. It reminds you of the timelessness of the space. Imagine all the history that has passed while the church has been there. That's less than a thousand years. Then continue your journey back in time to the point when the earthworks were constructed and you will be going back another three and half thousand years. ###end### I have experience of general and unmanned aviation and offer social media marketing management and Google Adwords campaign management for individuals and businesses. Get in touch to discuss your requirements. Let's talk about how we can use social media to promote your aviation or motor sport business. For more details and other aviation related posts, pictures, and videos please visit/follow: Blog: http://benlovegrove.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation/ Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How To Promote Your Business Using Video Marketing." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuDvUEtc1c -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Flying To The Bahamas. 10 Tips For Private Pilots For Easy Crossings.
 
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Link to original article: https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2019/january/11/10-tips-for-an-easy-bahamas-crossing Link to Form C7A: https://forms.bahamas.gov.bs/documents/CUST_C7a%20Inward%20Declaration%20&%20Cruising%20permit%20-%20PAC.pdf Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan Did you enjoy this video? Please consider leaving a tip: https://paypal.me/redspan Flying To The Bahamas. 10 Tips For Private Pilots For Easy Crossings. in this video I'm going to list 10 tips for private pilots flying to the Bahamas from the USA. This list was written by AOPA Technical Editor Jill W. Tallman and is reproduced here with her kind permission. Jill is an instrument-rated private pilot who owns a Piper Cherokee 140. In the description below this video you'll find a link to her article on the AOPA website where you can read more articles of this type. This advice is aimed at US private pilots making the crossing from the US mainland. The Bahamas loves general aviation pilots. And pilots love going to the Bahamas. It’s a short flight from the Florida coast over the Atlantic Ocean that transports you to beautiful beaches, delicious seafood, and so much more. A Bahamas flight requires a certain amount of preparation, but with these tips you can make your trip without too much stress. 1. Start gathering paperwork now. No matter when you think you might make the trip, it’s never too soon to start gathering paperwork for the pilot and the aircraft. Is your passport current? Customs Sticker: These are valid for one calendar year. Order one at the start of each year and it’s ready when you are. Station License (airplane). This is valid for five years. Restricted radiotelephone operators permit (pilot). This is valid for the holder’s lifetime. 2. Beg, borrow, or rent. Life vests are a requirement for every person in the airplane. Jill borrowed two from a colleague who had made numerous trips over water. He also had a softcover copy of the Bahamas Pilot’s Guide, which Jill also borrowed, even though she had downloaded it to her iPad. A backup is always good. Jill rented a life raft (not required but a good idea) from Banyan Air Services at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport for $35 per day, and considered it cheap insurance. 3. Go with other pilots. During her first crossing as pilot in command, Jill wanted the comfort of traveling with other pilots, some of whom had made the over water trek and some who hadn’t. It’s great to be able to compare notes before and after flights. 4. Plan your exit strategy. You can depart from any airport within range. Jill chose Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport because of Banyan Air Services, the fixed-base operator. Banyan is known for its expertise in Bahamas travel. Why not launch from a place where you have experts on hand for last-minute questions? 5. Set up eAPIS in advance, at home, with good Wi-Fi. Create your Electronic Advance Passenger Information System (eAPIS) account well in advance; a confirmation email with activation key from US Customs and Border Protection can take as long as a week. Continued in the video... ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove ### Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/217288 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure As an Amazon Associate, DJI, and iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
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Flight Attendant Salary, Cabin Crew Pay Scales
 
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Career Guides, Crew Life Descriptions: https://goo.gl/Sgi2GU Flight Attendant Job Agency: https://goo.gl/WzTLrE Flight Attendant Salary, Cabin Crew Pay Scales In this video I talk about the salaries that Flight Attendants can expect in various countries around the globe. I'll describe the salary range you can expect from junior to senior positions in the countries where jobs are plentiful. I also include a few words about Corporate and VIP Flight Attendant salaries and the perks you can expect in these coveted positions. Then I'll conclude this video with a few tips on how to get started on your career, what training is available, and sources of further information. Flight Attendants or cabin crew are essential for the safety and comfort of passenger flights. Flight Attendants are required on any commercial flight that has more than 19 passengers aboard. One Flight Attendant is required for every 50 passengers. On large aircraft there is usually a hierarchy of cabin crew which, as well as the Flight Attendants might include, a Purser, and a Chief Purser, sometimes also called In-flight Service Manager, Flight Service Manager, Customer Service Manager,  or Cabin Service Director. The Flight Attendants' primary role is the safety of the passengers. But as we all know they have many other responsibilities too. There's a video in my channel with more information about this important job, but here are a few basic details. Flight Attendants start their shifts with briefing given by the Captain of the flight in which he or she summarises the route, the aircraft, the weather, and any other relevant information relating to the aircraft and passengers. Onced briefed the Flight Attendants will start checking the equipment aboard the aircraft to ensure it is all present, serviceable, and re-supplied where necessary. During the flight they ensure the safety and comfort of passengers. In the event of any type of emergency, minor or major, they are trained to respond. As with most jobs, pay and benefits are commensurate with experience and responsibilities, and the role of Flight Attendant often includes additional perks. The following figures are averages collected in the winter of 2018. They are base salaries so they don't include any bonuses, overtime, or profit shares that may be offered. This is an important point to remember because such extras can make a significant difference to your take-home pay. Continued in the video... EasyJet: https://careers.easyjet.com/cabin-crew/training/ BAA https://baacabincrew.com/ Virgin Atlantic https://careersuk.virgin-atlantic.com/customer-services/cabin-crew American Airlines: https://jobs.aa.com/go/Flight-Attendants/2537300/ ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details. ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove Interested in Unmanned Technology? Drones in the air, on the land, in the sea, and in space? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS, manufacturers, etc - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/5r6Fr8 DRONE PILOTS, student pilots, solo operators etc - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/rfnEJ7 Acknowledgements: This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/223654 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate & iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
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How To Make Money With Drones. Drone Pilots, Drone businesses
 
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How To Make Money With Drones The UAV market is booming. Every day news stories from around world testify to the number of ways in with UAV (drones) are being used in all kinds of ways. Interested in Unmanned Aviation? Want to reach out to more clients & customers? SUPPLIERS - Join Drone Major Group: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 DRONE PILOTS - Join SUAS Global: https://goo.gl/BGqfb2 Get a video advert for your business: http://www.redspan.com Subscribe to my channel: YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BenLovegrove Mention the word 'drones' to most people and they will think of aerial photography and videography, which is indeed a growth area, but there are many other ways in which they can be used. Watch this video for an introduction to some ideas on how you can join the booming UAV business market. See http://benlovegrove.com for course links. If you google for ideas on how to make money with drones you’ll find most of the results relate to opportunities for UAV pilots, and while this is the goal of many who are interested in this branch of aviation there are other business ideas with great potential in this rapidly growing industry. Obviously, the first choice for anyone with any interest in UAV is going to be flying them in some way or another. Drone Pilots A small percentage of the current generation of drone enthusiasts will seek out the paths that leads to qualifications that provide evidence of having reached a basic level of professional competency and piloting skill (see my post RPQ-s, BNUC-s, RPCL? for more on this subject). Once qualified you can go freelance and set yourself up as a part or full time operator. Like any other business in which you are the sole proprietor you will have to take on the responsibilities for marketing your business and driving it forward. It’s not an easy task and you should write out a business plan before committing to this idea. Alternatively, armed with your new qualification you could approach one of the companies looking for pilots to train and mentor into a specific role. Drone Dealer Professional or amateur, newcomer or experienced, people want to buy drones, spares, accessories, and new UAV when they come on to the market. If you have an existing hobby shop (bricks and mortar and/or e-commmerce) then adding a line of drones is the obvious thing to do. There are plenty of models to choose from now and more are becoming available each season. The success of companies like DJI Innovations has been noticed by its competitors who are keen to grab a slice of the quadcopter market by designing, building, and promoting their own models. Some may regard this as inferior imitators of the DJI Phantom range, but there are some who have managed to design features features that are innovations of their own and which give them a competitive edge. Adding quadcopters, backpacks, hard cases, spares, and accessories to your product range, or even starting a new online business selling these is an option that might suit you. Again, you will need to write a business plan and work out your costs for buying stock and marketing. There is some capital outlay in this option but the rewards are there for those willing to devote their energies to it. Drone Instructor The demand for drone instructors who teach candidates to fly commercial drones is increasing in proportion to the number of people seeking out professional qualifications. To be an instructor requires more than just a profound knowledge of a subject and advanced skills in in flying UAV. You also need to be a strong communicator who is able to put people at their ease. Your candidates will be from a wide variety of backgrounds and educational standards. However, the high standards that such a role demands are matched by the rewards. You will meet a great many people, make new friends, and enjoy the satisfaction of seeing people develop and learn. Drone Blogger There are opportunities for making money online for those who build, fly, repair, and experiment with UAV in all their many forms. If you fit this description you could start a blog and post regularly with updates, tips, advice, and lessons learned with your own UAV. You could film your flights, rials, and reviews, then create YouTube videos with these films. As well as sharing them on YouTube you can embed them into your blog with accompanying text. Continued in the video.... Follow Me --------- My blog: http://benlovegrove.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BenLovegrove Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/loveaeros/ Acknowledgements ---------------- This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/42227
Views: 18942 Ben Lovegrove
Ultralight Flying USA, Microlight Aircraft UK, Affordable Light Aircraft
 
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Books about microlight flying: https://goo.gl/caGbzH ### Ultralight Flying USA, Microlight Aircraft UK, Affordable Light Aircraft In this video I introduce ultralight or microlight flying. This video was inspired by watching a video of a 16 year old successfully completing her first solo flight in a Ikarus C42 at Popham Airfield, Hampshire, UK in early 2019. Ultralights (USA) or microlights (UK) offer a much more affordable way for people to enjoy learning to fly and owning their own aircraft. Ultralight flying is growing in popularity due to advances in materials and innovations in design. Microlight aircraft manufacturers all over the world offer a growing number of light aircraft with surprisingly good performance and comfort. As well as lower costs than conventional general aviation aircraft microlights & ultralights offer an authentic 'stick and rudder' experience, often with the wind in your face, although there are many that offer the comfort of an enclosed cockpit. Mention microlights to non-flyers and they probably think of flex wing microlights with a single or two seats in tandem suspended underneath. But as all aviators know the world of microlights includes many types, including fixed wing aircraft that at first glance look like any other general aviation light aircraft. The advantages of microlights are many; they are cheaper to buy and maintain, they can operate out of small airfields and farm strips, and they are much more fuel efficient. This reduces the cost per hour of flying and makes them an ideal choice for recreational pilots, as well as for some flight training schools who want an ab initio training aircraft. Microlights have flown all around the world (albeit with a lot of refueling stops), and it's not unusal for UK owners to spend a few days flying south to visit European and Mediterranean countries. These aircraft can be bought in kit form thus reducing the cost and giving you the satisfaction of building it yourself, or they can be bought ready to fly for those keen simply to get airborne. The cost can be reduced still further by joining or forming a syndicate of owners. This method also brings the advantages of shared experiences, tips and advice, and the social side of it. So if you are attracted to flying low and slow in VFR conditions, perhaps hoping from airfield to farm strip, then here are just three examples of aircraft for sale. 1. The Ikarus C42. The German built Ikarus C42 ultralight or microlight is a best-seller. It first flew in 1996 and quickly became a popular choice among flying schools and private pilots owners. Continued in the video... For more information about microlight flying in the UK visit the British Microlight Association's website at https://www.bmaa.org. For more information about microlight flying in the USA visit the United States Ultralight Association's website at https://www.usua.org. For more information about microlight flying in India visit the Directorate General of Civil Aviation's website at https://dgca.nic.in. ### Would you like me to make a video like this for you? Turn press releases, blog posts, product descriptions etc into videos and infomercials. For details and prices visit: https://goo.gl/22u4R6 Would you like to sponsor more videos like this? Please visit: https://www.patreon.com/redspan for details or send me a cup of coffee: https://paypal.me/redspan ### My YouTube Filming Kit: https://goo.gl/fkbWgN Content Samurai: https://goo.gl/N548yd TubeBuddy: https://goo.gl/NERkZ2 My YouTube Channel Information: Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/FhzGmn My most recent upload: https://goo.gl/ujZ7ms My most popular upload: https://goo.gl/ThKf7y My Playlists: Flight Training, Private and Commercial Pilot: https://goo.gl/EuD7wt Learn To Fly, Get Your Pilot's Licence: https://goo.gl/6Z6h6P General Aviation: https://goo.gl/p8MLZY Aviation Careers: https://goo.gl/bhZWXL Career Training and Business Tools: https://goo.gl/rh9P46 My Social Media Links: Twitter (me): https://twitter.com/BensBookmarks Twitter (my business): https://twitter.com/Redspan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ben_lovegrove_aviation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redspansolutions/ Google+: https://google.com/+BenLovegrove ### Acknowledgements This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions: https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/237267 This presentation may also include video clips licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license and/or video clips of our own. Disclosure As an Amazon Associate, DJI, and iTunes affiliate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. If you click through a link I share I may earn some commission from the sale. It doesn't affect the price you pay.
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