Ground school on Saturday consisted on how to read a Sectional Chart & Talking on the radio. The sectional charts themselves are quite confusing, but once you learn what each type of line its really not that bad. The biggest issue I see so far is trying to translate to ground reference points
The key thing we learned about was identifying Class G, E, D, C, & B airspace. For some reason there is no Class F airspace and Class A is anything flying higher than 18,000 feet and under 60,000 feet.
After that we discussed various radio communications and transponder settings. Â Really nothing exciting but good to know stuff.
Once again my plane was still in maintenance so we got canceled again. I really don’t remember much about what we went over that day. I do remember myself & Mark going over weather reports again and talking about pattern work.