During your second flight lesson, you'll begin to learn the basic maneuvers of flying. You'll learn how to turn the aircraft, climb, and descend. You'll also learn how to maintain altitude and airspeed.
Your instructor will explain the importance of weight and balance and how it affects the performance of the aircraft. You'll learn how to calculate the takeoff and landing distances and how to determine the maximum weight the aircraft can carry.
As you progress through the lesson, your instructor will teach you how to use the aircraft's controls to maintain level flight and perform basic maneuvers. You'll learn how to use the throttle to control the power, and the elevator to control the pitch of the aircraft. You'll also learn how to use the ailerons to bank the aircraft and turn left or right.
Throughout the lesson, your instructor will be there to guide you and provide feedback on your performance. They'll teach you how to identify and correct any mistakes you make, and help you build your confidence as a pilot.
By the end of your second lesson, you'll have a solid foundation in the basic maneuvers of flying, and you'll be one step closer to mastering the art of flight.