PaulT, March 23rd, 2009
One of the things I enjoy most about being a corporate pilot is the relationship and conversations I get to enjoy with my passengers. If there is a long enough pause in the discussion, inevitably the question comes up, "So, how did you learn to fly?" Here is my full, non-abbreviated answer: Read More >>
Jason Miller, March 23rd, 2009
In flying, we are undertaking an effort that contains a greater element of risk (and higher price to pay for error) than almost anything else we’ve ever done. It is extremely important to establish fundamental procedures that will not only stick with us as we advance in and explore our own aviation envelope, but procedures that will step forward when we need them the most, in an emergency. Read More >>
AndrewS, November 24th, 2008
Pilots will tell you that people love to hear about flying. Mention it at a party or in the office, and you're sure to get : "How long have you been flying?"; "What do you fly?"; "Where do you fly too."; and the best one, "Can you take me sometime?"
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