You had questions, Aidan and the crew at the Era pilot house in Nome have answers. Pull up a chair and enjoy this wide-ranging discussion covering aerobatic training, wildlife survey flying, aerial firefighting, working abroad, and lots more!
Our second Q&A session, from the Era pilot house in Nome. Aidan and a few other folks discuss the hiring outlook, low-time right seat jobs in Alaska, flying in Antarctica, the best aviation training options, supporting a family, international work permits, and more. Listen in …
When career flight instructor Evelyn Johnson died last month at the age of 102, she had 57,635.4 hours, more than 3,000 students, and more than 9,000 checkrides recorded in her log book. We wish we could have interviewed Evelyn ourselves. Luckily, her thoughts on such a unique career are recorded in interviews scattered across the web. We’ve collected a bunch of them. If you’re considering flight instructing, or just want to be inspired, we encourage you to listen in.
Oddball flying jobs are plentiful if you know where to look. But what about oddball flight schools? We kick off our Flight School Directory with a list of flight training opportunities in Alaska.