When I was working as a flight instructor, I got my flying itch scratched while earning my keep. Through a bit of luck and some good strategy, I also made this happen while employed in other parts of the aviation industry—as a training developer, a flight training manager and, yes, an aviation journalist.

Not that this has always

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