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Dreams of Becoming a Pilot

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SECRETS REVEALED!  HOW TO CUT THE HIGH COST OF LEARNING HOW TO FLY 

  • Learn how to cut the high cost of flying
  • Save time and money with expert advice from an aviation expert
  • Downloadable eBook with access to hints, tips and tricks

 

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“Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth / And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings; / Sunward I’ve climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth / Of sun-split clouds, — and done a hundred things / You have not dreamed of — wheeled and soared and swung / High in the sunlit silence.”

These lines from John Magee’s poem, “High Flight,” vividly describe the feelings of freedom and joy which come with sitting behind the controls of an aircraft.

Reading Magee’s adulation for flying, it is no wonder that so many people yearn to “slip the surly bonds of Earth” at the controls of an aircraft.

To receive a pilot’s license, an individual must undergo hours of training and attain certifications specific to the aircraft they wish to fly and the purpose for which they intend to fly them.

Before beginning this process, it would be senseless not to read the eBook, SECRETS REVEALED!  HOW TO CUT THE HIGH COST OF LEARNING HOW TO FLY by Russell Bronson.

Bronson is a flight instructor whose several certifications and extensive flying background enable him to offer expert advice to anyone seeking to earn their wings.

The high cost and time involved with obtaining a pilot’s certification demand careful consideration of training options used to acquire the necessary knowledge.

From the ins and outs of flight school and training costs to rating acquisitions and medical certificates, the knowledge passed on by Bronson in this eBook can save an individual time and money down the road.

Flying clubs, field trips, and a guide to rental expenses will give a pilot trainee the edge needed to make the most of expensive training while avoiding unnecessary expenditures.

Overall, Bronson’s book offers more value than just advice on how to cut costs, and should be required reading for anyone seeking to “touch the face of God.”

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1 review for Dreams of Becoming a Pilot

  1. Stephen Doh

    i like it is very rewarding to read

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