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Brannon is active in the aviation community, holding a private pilot certificate and instrument rating.
Seastrom's motivation for writing the book was the nearly 70 percent dropout rate of student pilots working toward their private pilot certificates.
Received his private pilot certificate in 1965 and later added a commercial certificate and then went on to receive his instrument, multi-engine, and Certified Flight Instructor ratings.
When people obtain the coveted Private Pilot Certificate the sense of satisfaction is so complete it will spill over into other areas of the pilot's life," Bradshaw says.
com Magnolia is a novel for young adults about sixteen-year-old Magnolia Holden, who strives to be perfect in everything she does, including earning her private pilot certificate and working as a junior ranger at the state park.
Flying a plane provides great flexibility in transportation, particularly up here where we don't have the road structure the rest of the country enjoys," says Helmericks, who earned his private pilot certificate in 1981, and works as a flight instructor on the side.
Sierra Pacific has a truly unique program that can take a zero time student through their Private Pilot Certificate and Instrument Rating with a proven scenario based training program.
Schenk earned his private pilot certificate in 2008.