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Steve Pomroy is a professional flight instructor and aviation writer. He has been teaching since 1995 and holds an Airline Transport Pilot License, Class 1 Instructor and Aerobatic Instructor Ratings, military QFI, and an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering. He's written and published three flight training books through his company, SkyWriters Publishing, and has several other books under development. Steve currently teaches RCAF pilot candidates on their Primary Flight Training course.

Friday, January 18, 2013

AviationChatter - Pat Flannigan

I recently discovered another aviation blogger who has some interesting posts to read. Pat Flannigan at AviationChatter writes some great articles, including Making Sense of GPS Approach Minimums and Five Ways to Fly for Free. I should note for my Canadian readers, the first "free-flying" method is not log-able here, even if you do manage to get into that coveted right seat. But the rest can work quite well.

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