Hi All, new guy to the forum,
I've longed to fly nearly all of my 59 years, and need to take the time from my day job to train before its too late.
I'll never learn if I just take a lesson or two each week (too many interruptions, and I need to focus if I'm going to put my life on the line).
So I'm looking for a program where I can take 4-6 weeks off from my day job and immerse myself in ground school and flight time.
I've been searching the internet, but it seems that most immersion courses are tilted toward those seeking a commercial career.
It seems my choices are either a flight school with an immersion-type program, or to have a custom training program individualized for me.
My preference is to learn right off the bat on a taildragger.
My father washed out of US Army Air Corps flight training in 1944 on a J-3, so I'd love to master one right off the bat.
I've flown twice in open cockpit biplanes doing aerobatics, and just loved those G's.
Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!