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Helping People Learn to Fly

Old 05-27-2020, 05:48 PM
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jeholliday
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When I flew with the club I was an instructor and engine man. Had several students that listened and were ready to solo on the first day. Then I had a couple that stated they didn't want to solo. They just wanted to fly once plane was in the air. A few I walked away from once the plane was airborne and under their control. I did stay close out of their sight just in case.
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