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What’s in Your Flight Bag? Copy

 
What's in Your Flight Bag

A Flight Bag For Everyone The CEO WHERE TECHNOLOGY AND LUXURY MEET l. Breitling Emergency 2. Garmin Executive Flight Bag 3. Stratus 2s linked with ForeFlight 4. Arctic Air Portable Air Conditioner 5. MyGoFlight iPad Folio C Kneedboard 6. Sporty’s Electronic E6B Flight Computer 7. Bose A20 Aviation Headset with Bluetooth 8. Smith & Wesson […]

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Featured Staff Members: Maintenance Team

 

Thank you to our entire maintenance team for all of your hard work and dedication. Our mechanics work tirelessly each day to ensure our airplanes meet the highest standards the industry has to offer. Because of them, our employees and customers feel safe each time they fly one of our airplanes. Our maintenance team consists […]

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Featured Student: Jack Frye

 

American Flyers: Tell us a little about yourself? Jack Frye: My Name is Jack Frye. I am currently 21 years old and I got into flying when I was 17. I run a software development company and attend Eastern Michigan University. I am working towards a bachelor of science in aviation flight technology. AF: How […]

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CFIs Make Great Pilots

 

The best way to learn is to try, and try, and try again. “Practice makes perfect” are well-known words we all grew up on. And of course, this phrase absolutely applies to flying. I recently ran into an old CFI student of mine from many years ago. We spent some time catching up since his […]

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Five Rules of Thumb for the Private Pilot

 

If you ask any pilot for flying advice, regardless of their experience, you will most likely get an earful. Some of this advice is based on experience while most is based on hearsay and hangar flying. When we discuss the five rules of thumb for private pilots, we are not saying these are the only […]

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The Most Common Skills a Pilot Will Forget First When Not Proficient

 

Everyone has a story, and every pilot has a reason for learning to fly.  Then in many cases, “life happens.”  We see this often where a pilot learned to fly years ago, and due to family, financial, business, or many other reasons, they had to stop flying.  As soon as they get back to a […]

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Passing the Knowledge Test

 

The average age of someone starting flight training is 31. For private pilots, it’s 48. That means the average person in the initial flight training process is probably quite removed from taking standardized written assessments but is very accustomed to practical and real-world evaluations. So, most flight training candidates may be apprehensive about the FAA […]

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