The Greatest Aviation Love Story

Aviation Love Story

By Andrew Henley Looking back at my younger years, it’s hard to imagine a better time than my freshman year of college. A year earlier I had earned my pilot’s license just after graduating from high school. I was young, passionate about aviation and fairly certain I was going to be the next Chuck Yaegar. […]

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Featured Staff: Brianna Quinn


Brianna Quinn – School Director at Scottsdale, AZ School By Andrew Henley Brianna’s love for aviation began while she was growing up in Louisiana and California. As a girl, Brianna would travel with her parents and remembers taking off and raising her arms in the air as if she were riding a roller coaster. Now […]

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American Flyers Interview with Evan Spelfogel

Evan Spelfogel

Pilot’s Digest: Ok, we have to ask, what inspired you to learn to fly at 80 years-old? Evan Spelfogel: Ever since I was 6 or 7 years old during WW II, I dreamt of flying P-40 War Hawks with the Flying Tigers in China or Hellcats over the Pacific islands. In my late 40’s and […]

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Flying in Winter Weather


A Discussion on Temperature By Steven Daun, National Chief Pilot Winter is here and with it comes significant variation in the weather. It is important to note that when we discuss “winter weather” we are not just speaking about it being cold outside. Winter weather encompasses many different topics. For this article, we are going to […]

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It Pays to Know the Rules


By Steven Daun, National Chief Pilot For those of you who play the board game Monopoly, you know what the “Get out of jail free” card is all about. It gives you a second chance to continue playing the game without a fine. There is a similar concept in aviation under the Aviation Safety Reporting System […]

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Gifts for Pilots


Having trouble filling out your holiday wish list? Look no further than our 2017 holiday gift guide for pilots. From headsets to gift certificates, we have you covered!   BI-PLANE PROPELLER MOUNT A unique twist on displaying your old propeller or antique propeller, this wall mount is designed to look like the front of a WWI fighter […]

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A Goal or a Journey


Featured Staff: Richard R. Hyslop In June 1968 I was in my second year of Civil Engineering School at the University of Wisconsin, and like the majority of college-age students, what I wanted to do for the rest of my life was still a mystery. One day an advertisement in thelocal newspaper caught my attention; […]

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