Monthly Archives: July 2009

Failures on the Flight Path to Success

“Did you know that women ruined aviation?” asked the examiner. I stared at the man across the desk with a blank look, not sure if I should laugh or cry. It was my instrument rating oral exam, and I was as nervous as I always am before a test, trying to keep my sense of […]

On Vacation this Summer: Great places to get into the pilot’s seat!

Kauai, Hawaii… what a great way to get to see a new place from a gorgeous perspective! And if you’re already a flight student, a wonderful way to build hours and try a new aircraft, as well.

Be a Sport Pilot: Learn to Fly a Fixed Wing Light-Sport Aircraft

Experience the adventure of becoming a Sport Pilot and flying a fixed wing, 3-axis aircraft.

Choosing Your Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)

Unlike your parents, you get to choose your flight instructor. So take advantage of this precious opportunity now. (And avoid therapy later.) Have you started your flight training yet? If not, why? Still looking for that perfect CFI? It’s not uncommon for prospective student pilots to delay flight training months or even years, waiting for […]

Flight Training: Taking the Short Approach

A comprehensive orientation to aviation — find out what’s involved with learning to fly and earning a pilot’s license in this streamlined approach to flight training.

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