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Penelope J.

Love your blog. Always follow it. Got into it through Linked In. Wish you would post more often. Your first paragraph here catchy, memorable, repeatable, and Tweetable (if such a word exists).

Maml

I would have to agree. I trained intlialiy at a typical flight school with new CFI's. My training was excellent, and both the CFI's I worked closest with are now very close friends, and I do not discount their skills as CFI's, but both were under 1,000 total time.I finished my Commercial and CFI training at another school with a super HIGH time pilot who had been in the business since the Certification of the R22. HUGE difference in training. He taught me things and introduced me to other pilots and really moved my career forward by leaps and bounds something just not available at a large pilot puppy mills (so to speak) flight school. IBP

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