The weather was too crappy on Saturday to fly the Seminole, so my lesson just comprised of a ground briefing.
We went over such things as asymmetric thrust, constant speed props, and various systems on the Seminole. Some new things I am going to have to deal with:
– Combustion heater
– Retractable gear
– Constant speed prop
– Lots more V speeds to memorize!
My FI made it clear that understanding the Seminole systems is very important for the flight test.
I have a copy of the checklists and procedures that I need to study. I’m pretty excited to get into the actual plane once the weather improves (my FI was saying he got less than 20 hours of flying in this month).
I hope everyone has a great Christmas and New Years. I’ll see you in the new year!