Aero Crew News, March 2022

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When you’re not flying through the winds of March, read the articles in Aero Crew News including our FEATURE about pilot Bob Anderson, a B-17 Pathfinder who participated in D-Day. Find good advice about preflight planning and some interesting facts about night flying in this month’s KNOWLEDGE BASE. For those beginning their pursuit of a flying career or avocation, check out PERSPECTIVES in which John McDermott instructs on the topic of what to look for in a flight training school, covering a variety of factors to consider. A very timely article (written before the Russian invasion of Ukraine) in this month’s MONEY column by Charlie Mattingly addresses market volatility and how our fears affect the attitudes we have about our portfolios. Always providing personal-growth value, BAGGAGE by Reini Thijssen provides tips on assertiveness and how to maintain the upper hand in a debate. For pure fun and joy, join Lia Ocampo, our intrepid globe-trotting-for-pleasure flight attendant who takes us with her on her safari in Botswana in FLYING. The airlines have provided a variety of news you can use in the AVIATOR BULLETINS in this issue. The future may not be all blue skies, but the industry is moving forward with new plans, new routes, hiring strategies and acquisitions. Stay informed to stay ahead. We always invite your letters, comments, praise and criticism. Write us at info@aerocrewnews.com.

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