Flight School / Ground School, which one comes first

In the ideal world, flight training would occur shortly after a relevant ground school session. Its pretty difficult to jump into an airplane and learn to fly, unless you know what some of the parts of the airplane are, and the names of the controls. While your flight instructor will go over the material with you right before your flight, there is little time for you to digest the information.

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An introduction to aeroinstructor.com

In most cases, ground school ends up being a set of video tapes, computer aided instruction, and book study. For a lot of people, such a format works quite well, but it can fall short, as questions go unanswered, and some times no matter how much study, some concepts are still hard to understand.This is especially the case for the instrument, commercial, and fundamentals on instruction written exams as formal ground school programs in a class room setting are not very common.

Aeroinstructor.com intends to fill this void via 1:1 instruction across the internet. In other words, a virtual, almost on demand, personal flight instructor.
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