So stop staring at the instruments and learn to love the picture through the windscreen. Your precision will increase, your workload will decrease, and your stress associated with trying to pilot the airplane will go away. By enhancing your flying skills in this way, you will obtain your private pilot license with fewer hours and reduce your cost as a result.
_Nancy Ritter** holds a Bachelor of Science degree in aviation science and management from St. Francis College of Brooklyn, New York. In October 1992, she joined FlightSafety Academy as a student and later became a flight instructor. Nancy continued her career at FlightSafety Academy and is assistant center manager, chief pilot and director of training for Part 141 and 142 training. She says:_