Postflight is full of wisdom from 50 years in the cockpit. If you dream of flying, you need to read this book.
I flew for 50 years, now I write about it. If you like aviation stories, you're going to love these: They're written from the front seat of the aircraft. Check out my books, especially the new Postflight: An Old Pilot's Logbook. It's filled with info to make your flying dream come true.
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What readers are saying about
PostFlight: An Old Pilot's Logbook
Interesting, and innovative, and fun to read, with lots of good advice, especially for young women.
—Patty Wagstaff, Aerobatic pilot, inductee Hall of Fame, US Aerobatic team member.
Whether you're a new or aspiring pilot, or a grey-haired experienced one, there are nuggets of wisdom slathered generously throughout this book.
—Patty Bear, former military pilot, retired 777 captain, author of From Plain to Plane, My Mennonite Childhood, a National Scandal, and an Unconventional Soar to Freedom.
This book explores the various paths a pilot might take, and the personalities that might be encountered along the way. It expands on much of the core spirit that makes aviation a truly unique endeavor.
—Capt. Stephen Walton (ret) American Airlines
Every pilot will find something that speaks to them in PostFlight. For me, it was the simple story of flying solo for the first time—when your flight instructor climbs out and says "take it up on your own"—Sheer magic! For anyone with a dream of an aviation career, this book shares the highs and lows (literal and mental) involved in this life.
—Connie Shelton, Mystery writer, and world record high altitude balloon pilot.