Hello All! I had a few questions about what to do and how to really start getting into training and when I should really start.
Experience and Info: I live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and looked up some flight schools and went on two Introduction flights so far at American Flyers in Addison. I got a little motion sick the first time but the second time was great! Currently I am going to UNT and getting my Aviation Logistics BA (4yr) and it seems I will be graduating in 3 years rather than 4 as I have a lot of credits and worked over summer. There are some electives I am looking to take that help with your written portions of PPL and other licenses. So my projected college graduation is 2019 or early 2020.
Are there any books about aerodynamics, flight regulations that you can recommend?
Do you think starting PPL training next summer while attending college and working is a good idea? (I won’t be able to fly after the summer as much because of internships)
Does ATP allow for 4 year degree Bachelors to be in their program?
Should I get my PPL at a local school and pay full without loans then go to ATP?
Have you ever gotten motion sick on one of your flights and do you eventually get over it?
I enjoy flying and want to keep at it and start this next summer when I have the money and time to do so. Currently I have college classes but I am looking to further my knowledge so if you have any tips or recommendations please let me know.
Thank you so much for your help and hopefully I wasn’t too picky with my questions.