When you fly an aircraft, there are certain things that can’t be done.
You can’t go anywhere without a radar and a ground station, and you can’t fly from the ground without a ground control.
Those are the basics.
But there’s more to it than just the basics, and the rules about how you can fly an airframe without becoming a “propeller” is a bit different.
A couple years ago, I wrote a series of articles that explained how to fly a plane without becoming an “airplane prop.”
If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to fly, or if you’ve just been to an airplane museum and have wanted to learn more about the history of airplanes, these are the articles for you.