Saturday, April 13, 2019

Aviation World: TO LIVE IS TO FLY

Dreaming of Learning to Fly?
And maybe becoming a Commercial Pilot?

Have a seat in the airplane's cockpit and be entertained by these memoirs of an enthusiast aviator! Observe fascinating flight experiences, technology, and the beauty and forces of nature. Become captivated by the flying world of a professional pilot and flight instructor during the '80s and early '90s in Europe.
And maybe gain also a few pieces of advice along the way for your own flying career…

"Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return." 
~ Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Just published:

To Live is to Fly: Memoirs of an Executive Pilot

by Doris Daily

worldwide available in print and ebook
at Barnes&Noble, Amazon, Kobo, Apple, Tolino and in Libraries

Excerpt of the chapters:
Early Fascination With Flying
Ground School and Flight Training
My First Cross-Country: Near-Miss
Prague: Where is the Pilot?
Flying Over Fog
Gaining Additional Flight Time
Midnight Flight to Marseille, France
Thunderstorms around Toulouse, France
Gender, Flying, and BP…
Airplane Transfers
Landing at a Military Airport
Ferry Flight to Istanbul, Turkey
Aerial Photography

Professional Pilot Training
Freelance Commercial Pilot Jobs
How I Got My First Executive Pilot Job
Never a Dull Moment
Smoked Salmon from Sweden
Destination Dresden!
Wait For Your Pilot!
Overnight Freight
Ambulance Flight to Stockholm
Interview With World War II Pilot Beate Uhse
Being a Flight Instructor
European Airports
Munich Riem Airport


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