XC PlannerWhere can you get to, wind, cross wind, airspace? Check previous league flights or local pilots. Create and download waypoints for a flight, import them to your Kobo?
So you have never flown XC how do you get started?
A guided holiday is useful as you don't need to worry about retrieves and will get some advice on weather and landing out.
The Peak District is good to practice site to sites and short hops as you may be able to get a lift back from other pilots or pre-organise your own
Before you start you should have your Pilot rating or be on your way to it and have had a briefing from a coach or CFI
RHADS Corridor Briefing
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Some of my first UK short hops: