In the end, it doesn’t matter if you have 60 hours or 2,500 hours. It doesn’t matter if you fly in blue skies or dark skies. What matters is that you know your capabilities and always remember that a pilot’s license is a license to learn. That is what yields a safer pilot.
By Theron Burton. Time was quickly ticking down to my day with the examiner for my private pilot check ride. I had mastered the steep turns, the frightening stalls and high performance landings and takeoffs. I felt confident that my PPL (private pilot license) would be in hand soon, so I began the next step. I […]