Are you a ‘real’ pilot?

According to “experts” — whoever they may be — “real pilots” only fly taildraggers, don’t use GPS, and don’t cancel flights. But Air Facts blogger John Zimmerman says he has a different definition of a real pilot. “It starts with someone who is smart enough to stay alive while flying, and it ends with someone who has fun doing it.” See his list of 10 Things Real Pilots Do here.

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  1. Donnie Underwood says:

    A very good article. I just try to remember that we are all in this together to keep the aviation industry going. A lot of times a lot of people blame all the aviation industry woes on a lot of things. I feel that the one person that needs to do their best to help promote the industy is the person a pilot sees when he or she looks in the mirror in the morning.

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