Release Schedule

Scheduling isn’t the most glamorous part of being a YouTube creator, but it is important. I’ve found it very hard to post great content that not only I benefit from as a pilot to grow, but for the greater community that is aviation. However, after much research and trial and error, I’ve found what The Flying VLOG is all about.

✎ Instrument Rating Training via the Competency-Based route was completed on the 21st of July 2021 with a successful IRT test. Videos will now be releasing every two weeks, with a good flow of content.

Last Updated 17th October 2021

YouTube Upload Schedule –

All videos are released on Sunday’s every two weeks unless stated below;

A Confirmed #VLOG number denotes that the footage has been filmed.  A list of the latest videos published are available here

October 2021 –

Can we have a shortcut? IFR in the London TMA #98 -31st October 2021 @2000UTC – (Video in edit)

November 2021 –

AERODROME IS NOW CLOSING! IFR to Liverpool – #99 – 14th November 2021 @1800UTC -TBC

Busy Morning in the London TMA – IFR – #100 -28th November 2021 @1800UTC -TBC

December 2021 –

First REAL weather avoidance! IFR – #101 – 12th December 2021 @0830UTC

2022 –

January 2022 –

First International IFR – Düsseldorf – #102 – 2nd January 2022 @TBC

Busy Düsseldorf IFR – Missed my CTOT – #103 – 23rd January 2022 @TBC

February 2022 –

Revisiting Gloucester – IFR Airways – #104 – 13th February 2022 @TBC

March 2022 –

Perfect Timing – IFR Frontal – #105 – 6th March 2022 @TBC

Flying Schedule –

If you missed it, check out my flying schedule.

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Welcome to The FLYING VLOG…

I am a current PPL(A), SEP (LAND), IR(A) SE/SP PBN, IR(R) & Night holder. Flying the world, exploring its hidden treasures. Taking pictures and vlogging the journey; I hope I can provide you with an oversight of my progression and as I develop my skillset and airmanship in exclusive videos on my YouTube channel.

Now flying IFR in the Airways of Europe & beyond. Bringing you an exclusive niche to YouTube, flying in the same skies with commercial airliners.

“What a view aye? – This is what I did all this training for…”