Take a Leap into Flying

Goldsmith, Robert
October 2006
New Mexico Business Journal;Oct2006, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
The article encourages executives to study airplane flying in the U.S. The key advantage of having a personal flying skill to executives is discussed. The cost of enrolling in a flying school is considered. The key requirement needed to earn a private license from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is provided. The price of airplane rental is highlighted.


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