Photo of the Week 7/29/2014

Photo by: Alcides

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Let’s Be Honest…

[column lg=”6″ md=”6″ sm=”12″ xs=”12″ ] [thumbnail target=”_self” src=”http://www.aerotechservices.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/IMG_0855-1024×768.jpg”] [/column]   “Let’s Be Honest…” “What’s it like to learn to fly?” “Oh it’s amazing and exciting! Go for it!!” When you’re in the business of flight training it’s tempting to answer potential prospect’s questions with unbridled optimism and enthusiasm. The problem is that often doesn’t […]

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Helping Humanity One Flight at a Time

Can you use your certificate to serve humanity through mission aviation? It is estimated that there are approximately 160 organizations around the world that use aviation as a tool to serve humanitarian and mission causes.  Each mission has different requirements as to certification and experience, some require both pilot and maintenance certification.  Of course, the […]

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How to share the gift of flying

I would argue that the greatest gift you can give a child (or anyone else) is a vision for something that will change his life for the better.  For me, flying has always been one of those things. My father was a pilot in the Navy starting in 1946, right after WWII.  He got all […]

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Becoming a Commercial Pilot

You’ve probably heard the quote “Find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”  Whether we believe that’s true or not, most of us seek a job that we enjoy.  Getting paid to do something you already want to do seems like the perfect combination.  I think my job is […]

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Anywhere By Air

As our 2012 Fly-out season drew to a close last weekend I’ve been thinking reflecting on our destinations this year and anticipating the new adventures next year.  Each destination offered something unique and exciting.  We started the season by venturing into one of the most highly protected airspaces in the country: Washington DC.  There we […]

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Business Air Travel

Business air travel is a big expense for any business. So why do businesses continue to use the most expensive means of air travel? Probably because they have not learned how much cheaper air charter can be for them. I know. There is a reverse snobbery that says, “If my customer finds out I paid […]

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What’s your “pilot” learning style?

When you look for a flight school or flight training, your purpose is to learn. Right? Every person has his own “best” learning style. It’s the way you like to learn something new. That includes how you will learn piloting skills. So, what’s your best learning style, and how can you help your instructor understand […]

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Who wants to work for the TSA?

I feel badly for the TSA. (No, I really mean it.) Who would possibly want that job? Their job is to make people uncomfortable… make them potentially late for a flight (or at the very least have to get up so early to catch a flight that they are a mess for the rest of […]

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Business Air Charter…Faster, More Comfortable Business Class Travel

Get there more comfortably. Get there on your own schedule. Get there more cost-effectively. Welcome to the world of faster, more efficient, more comfortable business travel. More and more businesses are discovering that their employees perform better when they fly air charter. Why? Because they get there faster and with less hassles. They leave when […]

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