Primary Flight Controls: Private Pilot Ground School Lesson 1.1
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by Inaia
1w ago
Private Pilot Lesson 1.1 Primary Flight Controls 3 Axes of Rotation Roll, Pitch, Yaw Created by Advanced Ground Instructor, Inaia. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inaia/support ..read more
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Unconventional Path to Enter the Part 121 Airline Industry as a Low-Time Pilot
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by Inaia
1w ago
Inaia is a full-time Ground Instructor at a part 121 cargo airline despite the fact that she’s a low-time private pilot with her Advanced Ground Instructor and Instrument Ground Instructor ratings from the FAA. In this Episode of Chicks Who Fly, Inaia shares how she got a job at at part 121 carrier, what the benefits are of getting her ground instructor ratings despite the fact that she was told getting these ratings would be a waste of time and some of the insights she has gained as she teaches ground school to pilots who are thousands of times more experienced than she is. --- Support this p ..read more
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Private Pilot, Advanced Ground Instructor, Podcast Host Inaia Answers FAQs
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by Inaia
1w ago
In this episode of Chicks Who Fly, I am trying something different and taking some time to share my flight training story, the lessons I learned and answering some of the questions we regularly hear from our listeners. Today I share how I became interested in aviation, what took me so long to get my pilot certificate and what I am up to now. I share the story of my first solo and of my private pilot checkride. I also talk about the things I’ve been doing since I became a pilot to keep developing my skills and to grow as a safe and competent pilot flying in the real world. I also share some of ..read more
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Memphis-Based Retired FedEx Captain, Patricia Kessler
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by Inaia
1w ago
In this episode of Chicks Who Fly, I get to have a conversation with Memphis-based retired FedEx Captain, Patricia Kessler. Patricia was first exposed to aviation when she married a man who had always wanted to take flying lessons and she sat in the back seat during a lesson. That sparked her love for flying. Patricia soon got a job w the Dept of Defense, joined the Army Reserves and applied to a reserve squadron at McGuire Air Force base and  joined a military flying club near Philadelphia where she began her pilot training. After her time in the military, Patricia flew for People Expres ..read more
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Boundary-Busting Air Force Navigator Turned Author on a Mission to Inspire- Graciela Tiscareño-Sato
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by Inaia
1w ago
Graciela Tiscareño-Sato is an award-winning author, bilingual public speaker, and passionate storyteller who grew up in Colorado with her her four younger siblings and her parents, who were immigrants from Mexico. As a kid, Graciela’s family didn’t have the money to get on an airplane but when young Graciela used to see airplanes fly overhead, she always got excited and wondered where they were going. In high school, Graciela had a career counselor who’s husband was an Air Force Major, and he became Graciela’s mentor to help her go to college and earn her degree. Graciela’s mother cried w ..read more
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Overcoming Obstacles to Pursue a Career in Aviation, Pilot Robin Hollinger
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by Inaia
1w ago
In this 6th episode of season 2 of Chicks Who Fly, I get to have a conversation with private pilot, working on her instrument rating, Robin Hollinger. After working 5 or 6 different jobs, Robin pivoted and decided to pursue a career in aviation.  The idea to start flight training was sparked by her younger brother wanting to start flight training. Robin went on to haver her discovery flight at 30 after a career counselor  helped her get clear on what she wanted for herself. The counselor also helped set Robin up to pursue her flying goals. Robin started flying in Wisconsin. Eventuall ..read more
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From Military Medical Disqualification To First Officer For A Regional Airline, Lindsay Cosby
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by Inaia
1w ago
In this fifth episode of season two of Chicks Who Fly, I get to have a conversation with recent Embry Riddle graduate, flight instructor first officer at a regional airline based in upstate New York, Lindsay Cosby. When Lindsay was growing up, she was considering becoming a military pilot until she found out that her peanut allergy was a medical disqualifying factor. So she applied for and received a scholarship to get her private in one summer and then went off to train at Embry Riddle, where she finished all her training in an impressive 2 1/2 years by staying on campus every summer and holi ..read more
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Corporate Pilot Flying a PC-12 in the Caribbean, Debbie Nascimento
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by Inaia
1w ago
In this fourth episode of season two of Chicks Who Fly,  I get to have a conversation with Part 135 Corporate pilot flying a PC-12 in the Caribbean, who was born and raised in Rio, Brazil, Debbie Nascimento. Debbie is a first generation aviator who became a flight attendant at 20. While working in the airline, she used to go into the cockpit and ask the pilots questions about what they were doing, how to fly the airplane and how to go about getting her certificates and ratings. She decided to take out a loan so that she could do her training quickly. Debbie did her entire training pa ..read more
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Chicks Who Fly (Trailer)
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by Inaia
1w ago
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Coast Guard Helicopter Pilot Turned Writer, Liz Booker, @literaryaviatrix
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by Inaia
1w ago
In today’s episode of Chicks Who Fly, I get to have a conversation with Liz Booker, Retired Coast Guard Helicopter pilot, now a writer, working on two books for young adults that feature young women learning to fly. Liz runs the Aviatrix Book Club, where people get together and discuss books they read that feature women in aviation. Liz also interviews the authors of some of her chosen books and releases those interviews on her Aviatrix Book Review Podcast. Additionally, Liz runs a club called Aviatrix Writer’s Group, where authors and aspiring authors support each other in their projects. Ins ..read more
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