Short answer is, absolutely not. To this day I still will ask people for feedback after a controlling session. That is the only way you’ll learn is to ask for that feedback. I still have found that I learn new things every day. Controlling and flying is a constant learning experience. You never reach a level where you know everything.
Controlling is like a large puzzle. For ground, it’s a bit predictable but you can always find ways to improve or notice things you never have before. Tower, you’re always trying to advance your speed and efficiency while learning new techniques and refining. Radar, approach and departure, is a constant puzzle you never truly solve. Every session is different and in almost every session you can find multiple flaws to improve upon in the next session.
For flying, the same applies. You’re learning new techniques, the navigation, terms, communication, etc.
Your total aviation knowledge is limitless. I continually am amazed when I go to search for a new thing to write that there’s still material for me to write about.
That’s where this blog comes in. We’ll take all the things you never thought of or new, whether you just discovered Infinite Flight or have been using it for years and are a grizzled veteran and collect that here.
That’s why our main moto is ‘never stop learning’.