Do you want to be an airline or corporate pilot? Learn to fly.
Do you want to commute to your vacation house? Learn to fly.
Do you need to visit customers on your schedule? Learn to fly.
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Do you want a fulfilling adult learning experience? Flying is it. Learning to fly is different from getting another degree or earning your CPA or Series 7 (securities broker). Flying involves three areas of learning.
Flying an airplane is a physical skill. You wil learn to fly an airplane smoothly and safely. Your eyes, hands, and feet will work togthter to control an airplane in the third dimension. It's slightly more dificult than riding a bike; easier than flying a helicoper.
Flying requires a broad body knowledge of weather, aerodynamics, regualtion, ann navigation. None of it is particualry complex, but the body of knowedge is broad. You will learnr why the weatherman is so cncerned with fronts and pressure systems.
Flying requires judgement. You will learn to assess your situation cooly and rationally and make good decisions. In few other human endeavors is that so crucial. And in few other endeavors will you be tested before you receive yoru graduation certificate.
You can see if flying is for you at Best in Flight, just 33 minutes from New York Penn Station. For more information Intro Flight..
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