fast piston (Beech Baron, Piper Seneca)
slow piston (Cessna Skyhawk, Piper Warrior)
Now that you've finished your traffic pattern practice, it's time to go somewhere! This second flight is an intermediate VFR rating. It covers traffic pattern departures and entries, along with a request for basic radar service enroute, 'flight following'. Fly from John Wayne (KSNA) to Ontario International (KONT) at an appropriate VFR altitude for the direction of
KSNA is depicted on the botton left side of the chart, KONT is on the top right. Note, the chart graphic isn't particularly clear due to filesize constraints. A better graphic can be obtained in real time through Skyvector (see External Links below. One way to get to the destination would be to head towards the Paradise VOR (112.20), keeping the rising terrain off to the right side.
As you pass the hill off your right side, approximately 14 miles prior to Paradise VOR, turn to the north (heading 360). This should take you over Chino airport, and set you up for a downwind or base entry for Ontario. Enter the pattern as instructed by ATC, most likely a left downwind entry for rwy 26L or 26R.