Monthly Archives: February 2016

Flight to Evansville, IN

Last week, one of EKU’s two Piper Senecas broke down, and simultaneously Horace and I wanted to fly that Saturday. Unfortunately, Adam (my roommate) already booked the other Seneca for his own buddy flight with Jeff. This would have put … Continue reading

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Flight To Atlanta

Atlanta is widely known among pilots as one of the busiest blocks of airspace in the United States. This is partly due to Delta Airlines who uses Hartsfield–Jackson airport (KATL) as a hub. Compound this with a bustling city full … Continue reading

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4 Steps to Passing the FAA Written Exam

Today I finally sat down to take the FAA Commercial Airplane exam. I did very well,  receiving a 91%. A couple of people I talked to before and after the exam were talking about their keys to success, such as … Continue reading

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My First Flight to an “Extreme Airport”

As any aspiring pilot has done, I have watched my fair share of TV shows showcasing extreme airports all over the world. Usually showing some type of mountainous terrain, short runway, or exotic surroundings, these airports are on the bucket … Continue reading

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