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More Dutch press in AOPA’s Pilots & Planes in The Netherlands

On the heels of the last review from the Dutch magazine All Clear comes another mention of Flight Emergency in AOPA’s publication in The Netherlands, Pilots & Planes. Thanks to Peter Mundy of The Pilot Shop at Lelystad Airport for … Continue reading

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Small Airports Like Sedona’s Mesa-Top Gem Need Our Support

What can compare to landing your plane on top of a mesa, with gorgeous red rock formations all around you? Sedona, Arizona’s airport is known as “America’s Most Scenic Airport” for a good reason: it’s downright beautiful there. While I … Continue reading

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Highlights from AOPA Aviation Summit

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Aviation Summit took place this September 22-24 in Hartford, Connecticut, an incredible gathering of all things aviation. I was fortunate to be invited to the Women’s Wing, a booth hosted by Women in … Continue reading

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Visit Women’s Wing at AOPA Aviation Summit

Thank you to Women in Aviation, International (WAI) for the opportunity they’ve given me in a book signing in the Women’s Wing at the AOPA Aviation Summit! Find the official news release linked below, with details on all WAI-related events … Continue reading

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AOPA Aviation Summit 2011

Hartford, Connecticut will host this year’s Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Aviation Summit, September 22-24. Catch a few education sessions for everyone from aspiring pilots to seasoned pros, explore the exhibit hall and see the newest technology and products, … Continue reading

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Fulfilling Your Dream of Flight

I have been a flight instructor since 1996.  During the past sixteen plus years it has been my pleasure to facilitate the aeronautical knowledge and skill training of more than two hundred men and women. What is it that makes … Continue reading

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