Oct 6, 2020
Episode 145 Show Notes
Topic of the show: On today’s show, we have a special guest: Ron Horton, CFI and Designated Pilot Examiner for the FAA. We will discuss student pilot solo sign offs, going missed on a visual approach, and more of your great questions and feedback. Welcome to the show, Ron! Full interview with Ron will be available later this week, stay tuned!
You can learn more about our guest co-host by visiting his website, or visiting the flight school where he instructs: Aerowood Aviation located in Monroe, NC at the EQY airport. If you’d like to email Ron, click here. You can find Ron on Instagram @skyhawk328 and on YouTube under “Leo Horton”.
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