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How to keep sport pilot flying as it ought to be, fun, accessible and affordable.
How to Save Money on Aircraft Hangars and Get What You Expect
How to get a Sport Pilot License, have fun and save money all at the same time!
Airport communications at uncontrolled airports made easy
Learning to fly made easier using ten useful tips
Hangar Flying the story of the flying ferries
I am a Sport Pilot Instructor and passionate about flying.
Aviation Supplies recommended and reviewed at SportPilotStuff.com
What does learning to fly have to do with Carnegie Hall?
How to become a pilot using free stuff
Aviation videos and books to help you get in the air
Hangar flying stories to keep you entertained.
Short flying tips for every pilot and aircraft owner
Guide to selecting Aviation Headsets and reviews
Aviation videos and books, a review of the Airplane Flying Handbook
Learning to fly without relying on the instruments
When can your thumb become one of the flying tips?
another one of the flying tips on making your own mike covers
Flying tips, make your own pitot cover for pennies
Flying tips, quick temperature conversions in your head