2021航天青年大使計劃

Aerospace Youth Ambassador Program

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Aerospace Youth Ambassador Program

Full Course - Captain Level


All courses are taught by current licensed local and expat airlines pilots Full Course - Captain Level2 Compulsory Classroom Session

  • 12 Theoretical knowledge Session
  • 12 Flight Simulator Session
    • 10 Fixed Based Cessna Simulator
    • 2 Full motion Airbus Simulator**
  • Simulators flown includes
    • Airbus A320
    • Robinson R22 Helicopter
    • Diamond DA42 Twin Star
  • 12 Total Sessions, each session duration approx. 1.5 hours
HK$10,000 **Civil Aviation Department certified Full Motion Level D Flight Simulator Junior Program 4-9 years old Youth Program 10-15 years old Adult Program 16 years old and above




Short Course - Copilot Level


All courses are taught by current licensed local and expat airlines pilots Short Course - Copilot Level

  • 2 Compulsory Classroom Session
  • 4 Theoretical knowledge Session
  • 4 Flight Simulator Session
    • 3 Fixed Based Cessna Simulator

    • 1 Full motion Airbus Simulator**

  • Simulators flown includes
    • Airbus A320
    • Robinson R22 Helicopter
    • Diamond DA42 Twin Star
  • Total 4 Session, each session duration approx. 1.5 Hours

Course Fees HK$4,000

**Full motion Simulator Certified by Civil Aviation Department Junior Program 4-9 years old Youth Program 10-15 years old Adult Program 16 years old and above




Course Summary


Compulsory Session 1

  • Classroom Setting & Leadership workshop
  • Pilot Rubric
Compulsory Session 2
  • Introduction to the Flight Simulator
  • Fundamentals of Flight & Simulator lesson
Class 3A (4 Theoretical knowledge Session + 4 Flight Simulation)
  1. Anatomy of Aircraft
  2. Four Forces of Flight
  3. Flight Instruments and Simulation lesson
  4. Fundamentals of Takeoff & Simulation lesson
Class 3B (4 Theoretical knowledge Session + 4 Flight Simulation)
  1. Creative Writing: Research Aviation History & Paper
  2. Fundamentals of Landing & Simulation lesson
  3. Flying a Traffic Pattern & Simulation lesson
  4. Math & Science in Aviation & Worksheet
Class 3C (4 Theoretical knowledge Session + 4 Flight Simulation)
  1. Creating Writing Heritage Research and Paper
  2. Basic Navigation and Simulation lesson
  3. Weight and Balance & Worksheet
  4. Fundamentals of Weather
  • Full Course = Compuslsory Session 1 & 2 + Class 3A, 3B & 3C
  • Short Course = Compuslsory Session 1 & 2 + Class 3A or 3B or 3C **
** For students taking the short course, they must complete the course in order. For example, must first complete 3A before they can proceed to 3B, so on and so forth




Course Outline - Introduction to the Flight Simulator


  • Intro To The Flight Simulator
    • Demonstrate yoke movements - up and down, left and right
    • Demonstrate how the throttle
    • Indicate where the 100%, 75%, 50%, 25% and 0% is for each slider
    • Demonstrate how the rudder pedals move
    • Exhibit how the brakes work by pressing your toes down on the top of the pedals
    • Launch the flight simulation from the control panel and begin Mission 1: Fundamentals of the Control Surfaces
    • Students to observe
  • Classroom Setting
    • Establish teams of 3-5 students
    • Assign responsibilities: Pilot, Copilot, Navigator, ATC / Assessor for the operating pilot
    • Review the skills accomplishments in the Rubric
  • Flight Plan
    • Review the concept of planning a flight
    • Explore: what are the components of a planned flight?




Course Outline - Flight Simulation - Practical Flying


  • Takeoff
    • Research & understand how much speed is needed to generate enough lift to take off
    • Analyze what a ‘stall’ is; interrupted airflow is over the wing, reducing lift
    • Examine the location of Hong Kong Airport (VHHH) in Chek Lap Kok
    • Locate old Kai Tak Airport on Google Maps
    • Find this airfield on the aviation chart for New York
    • Flight Simulation: Fundamentals of Takeoff
  • Landing The Plane
    • Perform a takeoff and landing in one flight; research and study the flight plan
    • Note the runway heading during takeoff and landing
    • Examine the aviation skills of each student
  • Navigation: Fly To Destination
    • Note: This subject can be very deep, separate content into pieces students can absorb
    • Research the Rules of Separation, which prevent planes from colliding
    • Plan a flight from Hong Kong to the Macao
    • Apply math in creating your flight plan and explore the compass heading
    • Study the radio navigation aids: VOR, ILS and NDB
  • Plan to fly the cross country flight mission in the simulator
    • Investigate the stall speed for the specific aircraft selected
    • Examine the chart of the airport’s runways making note of the markings
    • Prepare for landing the aircraft by using wing flaps to increase lift at low speed
    • Control the aircraft’s airspeed on approach by using the throttle and flaps
    • Flight Simulation Mission: Fundamentals of Landing in the simulator
  • Flying The Traffic Pattern
    • Perform a takeoff and landing in one flight; research and study the flight plan Note the runway heading during takeoff and landing Examine the aviation skills of each student




Course Outline - Flight Simulation - Principle of Flights


  • Six Degrees Of Freedom (DOF)
    • Explore: What are degrees of freedom, pitch, roll, yaw, vertical, longitudinal, lateral?
    • Review how the position of an aeroplane is monitored in DOF terms
    • Build a paper airplane to demonstrate the basic physics of flight
  • Fundamentals Of Flight Controls
    • Explore how to use the yoke to control pitch and roll
    • Explore how to use the rudder to control yaw
    • Explore how to use the throttle to control thrust
    • Review the switches on the yoke
  • Anatomy Of An Airplane
    • Explore a brief history flight and how Aviation changed the world forever
    • Review the components of an aeroplane
    • Explore the different mechanical systems work together to make the aeroplane fly
    • Explore different types of aircrafts such as Balloons, Gliders, Fixed Wing Helicopters, Rockets and Jets




Course Outline - Aviation Knowledge - STEM


  • Weight And Balance (Advanced)
    • Research the physics of why aircraft cannot fly out of balance
    • Study and explain what Center of Gravity (CG) is
    • Learn what a Fulcrum is and how it is used
    • Place weights & fulcrums in different locations and observe the centre of gravity move
    • Explore balancing the aircraft for flight with fuel and cargo
  • Forces Of Flight: Applying Physics
    • Explore the forces and how they present themselves in the world
    • Explore concepts of lift, thrust, drag, gravity and weight
    • Discuss how to overcome one force with another
    • Discuss how to achieve thrust and lift
    • Discuss how Newton and others understood and applied the forces of nature
    • Explore how to locate and define your position on earth
  • Flight Instruments: adv. Physics
    • Explore: what are instruments and how are they used to understand what is happening with the aircraft?
    • Explore how instruments function and understand their read-outs
    • Flight Simulation Mission: Fundamentals of Instruments
    • Aviation Math Project
    • Explore key facts about the selected aircraft and a planned flight
    • Compute solutions for time, flight distance and fuel consumed
    • Explore math applications in aviation
  • Weather
    • Note: This subject can be very deep, separate content into pieces students can absorb
    • Observe and study different types of clouds and the formations they make
    • Learn what prevailing winds are and how they impact flight
    • Study the Jet Stream and its effect on weather patterns
    • Research and explain the hazards of bad weather and how this affects flights




Course Outline - Aviation Knowledge - Languages


  • Creative Writing: Aviation History
    • Instruct students to research an aviator; compile images and pertinent information about the aviator’s history and achievements
    • Students create a PowerPoint presentation on the subject
  • Writing Project: Family Heritage
    • To identify their family’s region of ancestry and explore the location on Internet Maps
    • Study geography, topography, weather patterns and conditions of this location
    • Find an airfield near the location of ancestry and create a flight plan
    • Fly the planned flight and note the geography that was researched
    • Students create a PowerPoint or write a story about what they have learned





2021航天青年大使計劃 - 計劃詳情 2021

WHAT'S DIFFERENT DUE TO COVID-19?


We will require face coverings and social distancing in accordance with current governmental restrictions and guidelines. Currently, fully vaccinated individuals may elect not to wear a mask. All high-touch areas will be routinely disinfected. All props used by audience members will be disinfected between groups. We're doing our best to minimize your risk of exposure at Indy Horror Story, but there is inherent risk in visiting. We cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to COVID-19 when you visit us. Do not visit if you are feeling unwell or have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19. Certain people are at higher risk for developing severe illness due to COVID-19, and in those cases, we recommend you consult your doctor before visiting.
Guests are required to wear face coverings in accordance with current governmental mandates, rules and restrictions. Currently, fully vaccinated guests may elect not to wear a mask. As restrictions change, this information will be updated.

All Guests are expected to follow all Indy Horror Story rules, including following social distancing guidelines and wearing face coverings as required. Additional rules can be found in our FAQ section.

Any Guest who is not comfortable with these policies should not visit Indy Horror Story. Any Guest who is unwilling to abide by these policies will be required to leave Indy Horror Story and will not be given a refund.




IS THIS A HAUNTED HOUSE, ESCAPE ROOM OR THEATRE SHOW?


Yes!....well....and NO!..... This is an interactive horror theatre experience. You will interact with live actors, solve puzzles and physically move from room to room as you progress through the plot. Imagine a haunted house with a story. Your goal is to move throughout the house to discover it's secrets and solve it's mysteries. You will play a part as a character who will have to perform actions, reveal secret passages and bring the whole story to it's climax. It is literally like being in a horror or suspense film.




HOW SCARY IS IT?


It's hard to know how each person will react and what certain triggers are for some people, but we will say it can be pretty frightening in a general way! Although there ARE startle scares, this isn't just a haunted house you walk through as actors jump out and yell "BOO". This is a suspenseful and creepy telling of a horror story.




ARE THERE WARNINGS OR EMOTIONAL TRIGGERS I SHOULD KNOW ABOUT?


YES! There are emotional triggers! This show uses adult language, adult themes and adult situations! If you are easily triggered by this, you should not attend! Our shows are recommended for ages 13+ and anyone under the age of 16 will not be admitted unless accompanied by an adult parent or gaurdian 18+.




HOW LONG IS IT?


Each experience lasts approximately 50-60 minutes depending on group participation and how well you do at solving escape room elements. The quickest groups finish in 40 minutes, the longest has been 75 minutes. Valentine's Day Death Date lasts approximately 2 hours and includes a catered dinner.




HOW MANY PEOPLE GO THROUGH AT A TIME?


Only 8 total guests per group. We like to keep things small, intimate and creepy. If you don't have 8 people attending with you or you don't purchase all tickets in a certain time slot, there will be other guests experiencing this with you.




I'M RUNNING LATE! WHAT DO I DO?


You MUST arrive on time! We recommend arriving 15 minutes early. This gives you time to check in before your experience begins. Once the show starts, you will not be admitted late and you will not receive a refund!




CAN I BRING MY CELL PHONE?


SURE! But using the light on your phone is prohibited! All other items that will not fit in a pocket including, but not limited to, purses and bags MUST be secured in one of our free lockers at the time of check-in.




WHERE IS THE VENUE?


2002 Prospect Street, Indianapolis. Just 5-10 minutes Southeast of Downtown in the Fountain Square District.




WHERE CAN I PARK?


There is a parking lot available at Indy Horror Story located behind the building. Street parking is also available in the immediate area along Prospect Street. We ask that you do not park at the church or convenience store across the street from us. Please also observe all handicap and no parking signs in the area.




WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?


This is a physical experience in a dark, dank and dirty location! You will be walking, crawling, etc. NO HIGH HEELS! NO PERSONAL BELONGINGS! Don't wear anything that could impede your movement and don't bring anything that you could drop and lose. We don't allow you to carry ANYTHING into the show! Lockers are provided for free in the lobby. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing that you don't mind getting scuffed or dirty! As a part of the experience, we match the feeling of the environment completely. If it's warm outside and the theme is "abandoned house", the climate inside the experience will match. Dress accordingly.




ARE YOU SERVING FOOD OR DRINKS?


Unfortunately we do not serve food or drinks except at our Valentine's Day Death Date. NO ALCOHOL may be brought on the premises. You will not be admitted to the show if we believe you are intoxicated.




WHAT ARE THE RULES I MUST FOLLOW?


- Respect the Actors/Crew. Disruptions will be removed without refund. - You MUST check your belongings in the lobby. -DON'T USE YOUR PHONE! You will be removed from the experience if this is broken! - No talking unless you are engaging with actors. - Do not touch any of the staff...UNLESS you are asked to. - DO NOT bring weapons, alcohol, drugs or pets onto the property. - NO SMOKING inside the facility. There is a designated smoking area outside.




HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE?


Although we are open to all ages, we HIGHLY recommend that you be at least 13 years of age to attend one of our immersive haunt events. Due to the nature of the experience and some adult themes, we require anyone under the age of 16 to be accompanied by an adult parent or gaurdian (18+). Refunds will not be provided to terrified children OR persons under the age of 16 who are dropped off without a parent or gaurdian.




WHAT IF IT RAINS?


We are open rain or shine. The experience is completely indoors.




HOW DO I JOIN THE CAST OR CREW?


Go to our CASTING page and check it out!




CAN I CHANGE OR REFUND MY TICKET?


All ticket sales are final and no refunds will be given for any reason. This is a small intimate show with a very limited number of tickets available. We sell out fast! We most likely will not be able to transfer your ticket to another date/time. You most certainly can try by emailing info@indyhorrorstory.com and we will do our best, however we make no guarantee that we will be able to transfer your ticket. If we are able to transfer your ticket to another date and time, a $5 service fee per ticket may apply. You are also more than welcome to give your ticket to whoever you want if you cannont attend!




WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT?


Tickets are the cheapest on opening night and weekend and begin to rise throughout the Halloween season. Crowd levels also rise as we get closer to Halloween. It's best to visit as early as possible for the best price and crowd size.





 
 

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