Paul_UK wrote:Once you're getting more comfortable flying if you can I'd go with what Olympia says and try to get on a course. Keeping consistency will really help you to progress quickly. Even after a week I suspect you'll still need at least one flight to settle back in and get the feel of it. If you can be at the airfield everyday for a week getting in 6 or so flights a day your progress will be quicker, if this is what you would like to achieve.
There is no time limit on anything when it comes to flying so there is no need to have any worry that you're not progressing fast enough. Just remember to only use Condor as a training aid, nothing will beat actual hours of flying to gain the experience we're all after.
Thanks! I wouldn't be able to do an entire week due to work and My club only flys on weekends, but they do arrange a few "weeks of soaring" during the summer that I'll definitely be trying to book time off for. It's a fairly small club, so the instructors like to go out Soaring in the afternoon on good days.
With that said, I was able to fly all day last weekend, and got in 5 flights. (3 of them being lessons) im going this weekend as well, and hopefully every weekend the has good weather.
I'm not in to much of a rush, with talking to you guys and my instructors I realize now I'll have to be patient and pace myself.