Michal Raudenský, founder and instructor in Fly For Fun flying school.
Michal Raudenský, a pilot - instructor of ultralight aircraft ULLa, instructor and inspector of ultralight helicopters ULLh, ULLa test pilot, business pilot of CPL(A) aircraft, business pilot of CPL(H) helicopters, FI(A) aircraft instructor, a FI(H) helicopters instructor, a tow worker and a pilot of multi engine MEP aircraft. So far he has flown over 12,000 hours, most of it as an instructor, since 1994.
The freezing of carburetors cannot be completely avoided, but at least you can prevent some of the consequences. So don’t forget about the correct use of heating, so you can all fly through the whole winter.
The second article follows up on the previous one, where I described what to do when the engine fails in the aircraft. The helicopter of course must also be able to fly without an engine. Fortunately, the imagination, that a helicopter “just falls down” if the engine fails, is not true. A reasonable pilot would probably not enter such a device.
In the first episode, I want to write about engine failure in an aircraft (helicopter, as there will be a completely specific situation in one of the other episodes). As we fly with more and more reliable engines, most pilots don't even believe that such a situation could happen to them. Unfortunately, even the best serviced and maintained engine can sometimes fail. Wisdom tells us that just because you have done everything to avert a disaster does not mean that you are ready for it.
Night flight with Honza!! Thank you very much for this amazing flight!!!!
I would like to thank you for a wonderful experience for all involved. Helicopter flight on Saturday 14.9 everyone liked very much and the pilot was amazing. Thank you and all the best for your school.
Regards Eliška Vacková
I'm writing this email to thank you for the support during my FI conversion with plus all the quick and helpfull responses from the front desk including Monika and all the other helpful ladies. I would also like to thank the HEAD OF TRAINING AND THE CFI for the great effort to help me out.
Thank you once again. Kind regards. S. Shatry
The course with your lecturer was great because it was really focused on practice with lots of interesting, new, useful information for me. He also helped me to pass the IFR ENG exam.
It was great, next year at vintage go again! Vera V.V., Melnik
I took an IR English course. The course was a great asset and helped me a lot. The atmosphere was great with the lecturer Patrik Štolc. I can only recommend. Adam.
Today it is exactly 20 years, when after a brisk summer training on almost the same raw aircraft, as in the picture (TL-32 Typhoon), led by a great instructor Michal Raudenský in FlyForFun to get a pilot license. Since then, I've seen a lot of it and saw it, replaced the line of cool aircraft and met many nice people and friends. Thank you, Michael, for giving me a taste and pulling me in the air!
At the airport in Sazená I attended the course General Navigation. Not only was the seminar very interesting, but also interesting when looking for a solution to the pilot helicopter at the Civil Aviation Authority. I would like to appreciate the approach of the lecturer and recommend this course to all who have decided to try.
Our adventure flight was spiced up by the foggy landscape and sunset. It was also interesting to watch the pilot doing his job and constantly watching to ensure a safe return to the airport. Thank you for the great experience!
Welcome to our website. We are a flying school that takes pride in teaching our customers to fly. We founded the school in 1995 with a great enthusiasm for flying. We are all pilots who love flying and we have experience with its various forms. From flying for fun and ultralights to transport pilots. We fly airplanes and helicopters and we also have a moving simulator. So if you want to learn to fly really well and safely, you are in the right place.