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Old 8th Apr 2021, 02:38
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BraceBrace you seem to be indicating that flying a given track is difficult. It's really not that hard and all pilots manage it when learning to fly in order to navigate to a given point. Maybe your instructor hasn't covered that yet but don't worry, you'll get there.

When flying a visual circuit yes, turns are 90. If the runway direction is 180, downwind track is 360, base is 90, and final is 180. It's very simple and there's no need to worry about air masses.
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