You've put a lot work into getting that private pilot license. Now it's time to take your family on a vacation AND get flying time. Your spouse and kids will love the adventure, as it's definitely more fun than a long car ride or dealing with an airline's security lines. And what a view!
With a little planning, you can have your cake and eat it too!
When someone mentions John Travolta you may think of Vinnie Barbarino from Welcome Back Kotter, Danny Zuko from Grease, Tony Manero from Saturday Night Fever, and the list goes on. But what most people don't think of is John Travolta, Pilot Extraordinaire.
So you have figured out what you want to fly. Now let’s see how to accomplish this. In this second installment of How to Become a Pilot, Step by Step we will discuss taking an Introductory Training Flight Lesson, applying for a FAA Medical Certificate, and aplying for a FAA Student Pilot Certificate.
Many travelers love layovers that are just long enough to do a bit of shopping. After all, since the shops there are exempt from (most) taxes, everything is so much cheaper. Right?