Your spirit and strength are all beyond comparison and words!
– Avi Malik
Club pilots the most difficult stage of any pilot’s career is after leaving school. You will have now bought your own glider, a new harness, a new helmet and new responsibilities without your trusted, dependable Instructor with you. The way to avoid all these problems is to join your local club and take full advantage of the coaches that are there to offer free guidance, help and encouragement to new pilots such as yourself. Temple Pilots Club – Here you will meet fellow pilots and coaches and will be given ways of contacting them on possible flying days. You will find that there are several other new pilots in the club, it is especially beneficial to team up together. You will also meet senior club pilots and volunteers organising social and informative meetings to make Club flying a fun, safe and enjoyable experience for all members. It is of great importance that you hang out with pilots who have a good attitude and help you develop as a pilot. Stay miles away from negative energy pilots who will only bring down your own energy levels. Make sure you have a good flying company of pilots who are competent and fun.