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The podcast for passionate pilots to help you start and stay in initial flight training. Dylan and Grant are both active Certified Flight Instructors, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University alumni, and aviation enthusiasts. Listen now to learn more about the process of becoming a pilot, improving your skills, and hear interesting stories from the perspective of two people who teach this stuff all day, every day!

The podcast for passionate pilots to help you start and stay in initial flight training. Dylan and Grant are both active Certified Flight Instructors, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University alumni, and aviation enthusiasts. Listen now to learn more about the process of becoming a pilot, improving your skills, and hear interesting stories from the perspective of two people who teach this stuff all day, every day!
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The podcast for passionate pilots to help you start and stay in initial flight training. Dylan and Grant are both active Certified Flight Instructors, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University alumni, and aviation enthusiasts. Listen now to learn more about the process of becoming a pilot, improving your skills, and hear interesting stories from the perspective of two people who teach this stuff all day, every day!

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Episodes

NBAA-BACE 2019 Recap with Nick and Isaiah

10/24/2019
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The National Business Aviation Association-Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition is the largest aviation conference in the world. Tune in to listen to Grant, joined by Commercial flight students Nick and Isaiah, share their thoughts on the events from Day one. In this episode, the boys cover Urban Air Mobility, their perspective on networking, and some funny stories from flight training.

Duration:00:32:46

What "networking" REALLY means

10/17/2019
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Cindy Greenman is a Certified Fraud Examiner and Professor for the School of Business at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. She dedicates herself to helping all students become the best version of themselves by preaching the importance of networking and leading by example. In this episode, Mama G gives her best tips and tricks for longevity and stability in your career as a pilot, how to properly network with industry professionals, and how to navigate NBAA-BACE.

Duration:00:35:26

Flight training is tough, don't give up

10/11/2019
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On this episode of Stick Talk, I am joined by one of my best friends, Kaitlin. Kaitlin and I met in Private Pilot ground school during our freshman year at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Kaitlin discusses her struggles and successes throughout her flight training, rediscovering her passion for aviation, and the journey to becoming a Certified Flight Instructor. Kaitlin is an incredible role model for all student pilots and truly embodies the definition of perseverance. Check out the...

Duration:00:48:40

Part 141 vs Part 61--what does that REALLY mean? (005)

9/29/2019
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In this episode, Grant tackles a variety of topics for his first solo endeavor. One of the most commonly asked questions amongst new student pilots is "Should I train at a Part 141 flight school or a Part 61 flight school?" In this episode, Grant explains the common misconceptions regarding this debate. In addition, Grant outlines the pros, cons, and reasoning behind both types of curricula (00:00-13:00) Grant's TOP FIVE TIPS for PROFESSIONALISM (13:15-20:50) If your'e a pilot, you need to...

Duration:00:26:28

Perfecting the fundamentals are the key to greatness (004)

9/23/2019
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Dylan and Grant discuss the fundamental errors students make, and it happens to be the things we learn on day one--PITCH and POWER. Failure to ESTABLISH a predetermined pitch attitude or power setting with intention will result in chaos. Whether you are learning to fly for the first time, practicing landings, conducting Instrument Approach Procedures, etc...this separates the good pilots from the great pilots. Grant stresses the importance of remaining true to yourself and the detriment...

Duration:00:53:50

Her Ex told her she couldn't be a pilot or a lawyer...she did both (003)

9/22/2019
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Sarah is an Airline Transport Pilot, practicing Aviation Attorney, and full time Law professor at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. In this episode: Sarah takes us on her journey to aviation and law, shares her take on the future of unmanned aerial systems, explains the NASA ASRS program for pilots, and discusses her new favorite toy--a Piper Cherokee. Sarah also highlights the importance of financial discipline and how budgeting now will allow you to live your best life later.

Duration:00:49:40

What are YOU willing to do to achieve your aviation goals? (002)

9/22/2019
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Jacob is an Engineer, Professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and commercial pilot. In this episode, Jacob discusses the overcoming the challenges of flight training, the importance of having a plan, and how to choose a flight instructor that works for you

Duration:00:42:49

Do your research before you commit to a flight school (001)

9/22/2019
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From blank logbooks to signing endorsements, two flight instructors discuss their first experiences on the job. Grant and Dylan reminisce the four year journey through an accredited aviation university and discovering their passion for aviation. Grant talks about the importance of hard work and self practice. Dylan and Grant offer their advice for how to research the local flight schools in your area to ensure you are receiving high quality training.

Duration:00:44:25