Learning Experiences

December 2006 Issue

First Fright

I am actively involved in an organization offering introductory flights to youngsters. I have flown about 75 kids over the last few years, and enjoy seeing their thrill and excitement of flight. However, I had a situation happen recently that had me learning lessons from start to finish.

For the first flight of the morning this day, I had one boy in the copilotís seat and another behind him. The boy in the copilotís seat was ratherÖ

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