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  • Hello my name is Stacy Schulz and welcome to this edition of Exploring

  • Aviation

  • In the studio this evening we have Bill Tischer

  • Welcome to exploring aviation Bill, so how did you get involved in aviation

  • well here

  • thirty

  • to years old

  • and network

  • one of my co-workers was forking to fly

  • and he was tell me how by natives and all the great stuff

  • soul he said yeah i should just go out to the airport watch people bounce

  • landings

  • and so long i drove up to the airport

  • pinocchio purchased on the road from here

  • and

  • end for two feet off the start

  • bangin onto the runway and people were walking away from publicis kaplan

  • and they had back then

  • it was an intro to play for fifteen dollars

  • and so you know they

  • cast the little real with the fifteen oh nine and then they took their rights of

  • the hook

  • and planned

  • eighteen years

  • about answering it

  • we now do you own your own aircraft at this point

  • yeah i've got two airplanes myself

  • and i'm in a club with four other airplanes fall

  • total six airplanes because you can never have enough airplanes

  • so i've heard about the certificate or against the first level of training

  • called the private pilot

  • uh... certificate would i i wanted to join the fight club but i'd be able to

  • do that mom with the private life

  • uh... there's actually even to other levels below the private

  • there is the recreational pilot

  • is sort of like a private pilot's license

  • on its debt

  • more tighter restrictions and what you can do

  • it costs less

  • because you don't have to do those extra things

  • and then

  • what was later on

  • himself up with the last five years as a sport pilot

  • which is catching on more than the rate com

  • recreational whisper pilot

  • um...

  • they actually created a category of airplane

  • so you don't have to go on

  • uh... playa sauce or whatever and so there's a lot of new airplanes coming

  • out now that

  • are in the sport pilot category

  • um... that's less training that a private pilot

  • uh... does have limitations like to camp lightly

  • he can't

  • extra training on long trips things like that

  • it's designed for the people that want to be able to disco out

  • and have some fun playing around

  • without all the extra stuff that made me zone they're not interested in any way

  • folding a safe time save money

  • and you get the file our cool new planes are just coming up

  • and remainder standing you

  • basically on

  • you're like a shareholder

  • in america yet so if you do a club

  • exactly sold the way these things work is you payloads anywhere from three

  • hundred dollars

  • down to the three year five thousand dollars depending on the club

  • and that gives you a share of that airplane

  • and

  • there's usually a monthly

  • dues kind of thing to belong to the club which is in the twenty five dollar range

  • something like that

  • and then there's the actual

  • cost of the airplane

  • clubs vary from time to time as far as what they charge

  • but in general there a little bit you for that

  • uh... going to a regular flexible

  • because

  • the members themselves are the ones flying it for the insurance rates are

  • generally lower

  • so they don't have to try to strike

  • sir style

  • so find me on

  • young high school soon and fourteen and i and say i'd like to go

  • tell my parents and i were flying from christ are at the age of fourteen or

  • that i want to wait on eighteen years old not of high school nope home the

  • only limitations yukio solo until you're sixteen years old

  • so you could start

  • applying at any age really but you just will be able to sold here sixteen

  • on my head a student

  • that his dad would bring in

  • armistead actually worked at lockheed martin designing

  • military fighter jets and stuff

  • and maybe three or four times he uh...

  • of the year

  • he would bring a suno

  • him and i think we start when he was twelve

  • little by little expose them more and more deviation followed by the time you

  • sixteen

  • what just happened plane

  • outside a mock crystalline

  • they'll be on as well

  • uh... grades so loved

  • he could start doing as private license and then if you wanted to go let's say

  • the airline later on

  • brave intentionally he could go to a university

  • rate continue his education along with his on exactly dept so

  • come to fly commercially maybe eighteen years old

  • uh... theirs

  • a few more things that you have to learn how to do

  • uh... there's that relaxed rules that you have to learn but

  • it's not a large skeptical from the private pilot to commercial pilot

  • and like you mentioned there is a number different ways you can do it you could

  • learn at a private schools such as the ones that in ok county airport

  • and

  • you'll do just fine

  • or you can go to places like the university of north dakota where you can

  • actually agree

  • army navy asian as well as

  • giving while you're fine credentials

  • just goes on

  • how you were doing

  • here haim

  • found that there is i rather misconception about

  • uh... when you say you're getting your commercial license everyone thinks

  • immediately

  • you're going in airline

  • does that have to do something with relation

  • or is it just and naming issue human wealth

  • the uh... commercial license allows you to get paid

  • so there's things that the f_a_a_ what you learn

  • so that you don't calls me accidents or

  • you know on

  • uh...

  • by people around for higher that

  • you know you may be able to fly people for higher but the airplanes art it'll

  • be fun for higher 'cause there's different regulations for maintenance

  • arm so the first step is to get the commercial license that allows you to

  • get paid but that like is that it doesn't necessarily mean you're gonna be

  • jumping into the laughs theater right seat of a boeing seven thirty-seven

  • there's fewer things you gotta learn right couple my fat exactly my course

  • the key for the seven thirty seven word he right

  • and we're scott that in fact backplate

  • fo and with your aerobatic fine

  • um... what types of

  • treated you have to go through for that

  • usually you're just gonna turn the plane upside down and go wow this is like a

  • fault

  • arm that's one way become aware of your own

  • uh... there's a lot of really fine pilots that just figured it out

  • and they're still with us today uh... then there is

  • actual instructors so that you can

  • you know for

  • whatever they charged take you up and aerobatic airplane learn how to do

  • films is power in the first basically over and we were on rolls lou

  • ts hammer has all that kind of stuff

  • but yet have a special plane

  • they can do that you can just do that with any older plateful him and practice

  • practice practice for it

  • rightly

  • those

  • probably your favorite part of your flying would you stay at war

  • you know every part of flying it's different for the post on what you're

  • doing

  • homemaker in the mood to go flat side down

  • then that's fine if you want to just goal

  • you know river and look at the countryside that into

  • homemaker hauling

  • you know uh... cancer patient

  • you know to their treatments

  • well it just depends good you're not going to do any aerobatics stuff with

  • her

  • you know doing all these cancer patient flights operated

  • it is a broad green giant

  • absolutely need to do with aviation

  • effect aside from making a career that at the airline

  • right near shows

  • uh... family

  • training people it

  • to be a flight instructor you could be a airline pilot you could be a air

  • ambulance pilot

  • you can be a maintenance person

  • by profound

  • where we learn it

  • that sounds great sounds great

Hello my name is Stacy Schulz and welcome to this edition of Exploring

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