I am a natural and can pretty much fly anything without a lick of training as long as a person who knows what they are doing gets the engines going, and as long as an emergency doesn't pop up.
I don't think you should have a problem flying safely under any circumstance if you are a "natural" that can pretty much fly "anything" without a "lick of training".I would have a helicopter upside down and 5 miles off course within 5 minutes of entering the clouds.
Keep in mind Tomas,I don't think you should have a problem flying safely under any circumstance if you are a "natural" that can pretty much fly "anything" without a "lick of training".
Maybe some regular recurrent proficiency training is not a bad idea after all, not just for the "naturals", but for all pilots. Just wondering.
Exactly what I feel "a natural" is. If you teach yourself to fly, feel invincible, and think you already know everything, then you are just an lucky, arrogant [email protected]$$....natural=' clicks' early,
natural=Very easy to train, natural=very receptive to advice from sumone with experiance, natural=tuned into the machine, natural= responces and reactions were spoton, natural=how much control input and wen.
IOW, his grey cells had tuned into controling a mechanical device.
But, he knew jac**** bout 'flyn'.