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Seven Reasons to Fly Yourself to Your Vacation Destination

Just imagine: if you become a pilot, you could have the freedom to fly yourself to a vacation destination. Your flying lessons could unleash a host of travel possibilities. If you’re thinking about taking flying lessons, consider the following benefits of becoming your own vacation pilot. Discover new destinations Think of all the secluded destinations […]

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Why Fall Is the Perfect Time to Start Flying Lessons

Fall is “back-to-school” time. But did you know this season is ideal for more than traditional schooling to begin? Classes at elementary, middle and high schools are starting up, and it’s the perfect chance to start flying lessons, too! If you would like to become a pilot, there’s no better time to start than in […]

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Give the Gift of Flying Lessons This Holiday Season

The holiday season has arrived. If you have someone in your life who has always dreamed of taking flying lessons, you can give them one of the greatest Christmas gifts they’ve ever received by purchasing lessons on their behalf. There’s nothing quite like learning how to fly. It’s a completely different experience than being a […]

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Consider These Aviation Gifts for a Flight Enthusiast

The holiday season has arrived, and if you’re working on getting your shopping done before the season gets too close (remember those shipping delays!), we’ve got some great aviation-related ideas for you. Whether you have a friend who’s currently enrolled in flight school or simply someone who loves aviation, here are a few gifts you […]

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The FAA Imposes New Rules for Pilot Training

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has imposed some new rules for pilot training, enraging flying instructors and aviation lobby groups. Per the FAA Notification of Policy, instructors who teach in experimental-, primary- and limited-category aircraft must have an exemption called a “letter of deviation authority” (LODA) to conduct the flying lessons. The policy, which went […]

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