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I Am a Complete Commercial Pilot

Today in the mail I received a special envelope from the Department of Transportation. Inside held a plastic card I never thought I would be privileged enough to hold. It has my name on it, as well as the words … Continue reading

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Summer Update

So this summer I have been staying in Richmond to hopefully complete commercial and CFI training. So far I have been fairly productive. I’ve passed my commercial MEL check ride, and have passed both the FOI and FIA written tests … Continue reading

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A Wacky flight to Toledo, OH

After Columbia, Horace and I repeatedly faced a lot of poor weather to the south and west. Luckily, we had a long list of airports in the north to fly to, and Toledo was one of them. The weather going … Continue reading

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Hosting a 5K on an Airport Runway

Last week, our chapter of Alpha Eta Rho at Eastern Kentucky University hosted a 5K at Madison Airport in Berea, KY. We organized the event in order to help raise money for Wings of Hope, a charity that offers free … Continue reading

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Columbia, South Carolina

After traveling to North Carolina I was very impressed with the happy, sunshiny¬† atmosphere. Naturally, a couple days later with the weather still being good to the east, Horace and I decided to fly to South Carolina to compare the … Continue reading

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Charlotte, NC

In the spirit of continuing flights to large, busy airports, Horace and I decided to fly to Charlotte, NC. Charlotte is a Class B airport in western North Carolina and is a center for PSA Airlines. I am still interested … Continue reading

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Inteviewing with ExpressJet

For the past six months, I have been a part of a program called Ap3 from ExpressJet. It offers a chance for internships, building relationships with pilots in the industry, and most importantly being hired. Every year, the airline has … Continue reading

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