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When I first became a Flight Instructor in 2002, I was afraid that I had so little flying knowledge myself, how could I possibly train anyone else? He replied that I had at least 200 hours more training that a new student, (Commercial License and Flight Instructor Ratings take you to between 200 and 220 hours depending on if you included an Instrument Rating in your Commercial License), and that I would be amazed what my Students teach me.
He was right. My students still teach me, and I keep learning different ways to train people to fly. I love it!
The trick is to never stop learning. There is so much to experience! I have a few more than those original 220 hours now, and have made a Career of Flight Training.
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For those determined to fly, having no wings is just a little detail.