"Did you learn anything useful in the real world at Parks?"
Important flight lessons for the real world:
- Learn from other's mistakes, you do not have time to make them all yourself.
- Federal Air Regulations are written on tombstones. Your job is to follow, not write regulations.
- The pilot in command is the final authority for the safe operation of this aircraft. (this now applies to my car.)
- Some pilots have 500 hours. Some have one hour 500 times.
- If at first you don't succeed, skydiving is not for you.
- Oh and zero are not the same.
- You need six hours for flight VII. The Cessna 310 is $120 an hour. The first lesson: never repeat a lesson.
A very special lesson I should have learned in school but didn't.
You can do everything perfectly and still end up screwed up. - Eric Fiore.