Stop, you’re getting your head down. Tell the pilot monitoring what you need. You seem to want to do everything by yourself.” So said Capt. Andy when I was the pilot flying early in my tenure on the Cessna Citation CJ3 at JetSuite. He was right. Up until then, all my flying had been single pilot, and I wasn’t eager to share the fun with anybody else. The truth is, I didn’t know how.

Soon, however, I came to enjoy, even relish, the shared cockpit. No doubt some of this pleasure was the consequence of the circumstances in which I had landed. Almost all my colleagues at

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