The Savvy Flight Instructor: Secrets of the Successful Cfi

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As a newly certified flight instructor (CFI), a pilot can be faced with a difficult prospect—how to make a living and keep flying to build up piloting hours. This book offers timely and humorous help for flight instructors to market their flight school, meet all those people who really want to fly, and keep them flying. Also emphasized is a broader understanding of the business of the flight school, including how flight schools can revamp marketing and student-recruiting ...
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Overview


As a newly certified flight instructor (CFI), a pilot can be faced with a difficult prospect—how to make a living and keep flying to build up piloting hours. This book offers timely and humorous help for flight instructors to market their flight school, meet all those people who really want to fly, and keep them flying. Also emphasized is a broader understanding of the business of the flight school, including how flight schools can revamp marketing and student-recruiting strategies.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781560272960
  • Publisher: Aviation Supplies and Academics, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/1/1997
  • Series: ASA Training Manuals Series
  • Pages: 213
  • Sales rank: 800,288
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.68 (d)

Meet the Author


Gregory N. Brown is a pilot and aviation marketing consultant. He is the author of The Turbine Pilot’s Flight Manual and Job Hunting for Pilots. He lives in Fountain Hills, Arizona.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2005

    Worth its weight in gold

    As a manager and chief instructor of a flight school, I found The Savvy Flight Instructor to be one of the best tools around to help instructors understand the real world of flight instruction - in particular handling customer relationships and creating a professional demeanor. I now ask each instructor applicant at our school for a 'book report' on this book as a part of their employment interview, and we've made it required reading for our customer service people as well. This book is an absolute gem. I wish I'd read it when I became an instructor 22 years ago.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2014

    Ronald

    Cool

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2014

    Lin ☼

    I never thought that was possible. I congradulate you on this fabulous. xD I love Doctor Who. Waaay too much.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2014

    Scarlet ☼

    Luv it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2014

    Eaglestar's Wish Chapter 2

    "So Eagleheart, would you like to travel with me?" The Doctor asked her with a twitch of his whiskers. Eagleheart felt ready to burst with excitement. " Yes!" She flew up into the air. Then she alighted on a nearby rock. The Doctor paded over to her, panting. "Would you like to get a drink?" Eagleheart looked at him in confusion. " Are you okay?" She asked. " You look a little dazed." " Yea. I'm just a little dizzy." He said. Eagleheart listened to his heartbeat, but backed away, surprised. " You, you have two hearts!" She heard the Doctor chuckling." I get that a lot." Eagleheart continued listening to his heartbeats. "Your hearts seem to be faster than normal, but I can get an herb to help it for a little while, but you're going to need a lot more to help for a few moons. " She said, then looked at the Doctor, yowling. " Why are you looking at me like that?" " Because you're beautiful. " he said, purring. " I know you look just like me, excluding the wings, but you're beautiful." When they got to the river, Eagleheart started looking for the herb for the Doctor. When she got to a plain, she saw a patch of purple flowers. She picked a few of them, then walked back to where the Doctor was drinking from a stream. " Here," she said, setting down the batch of flowers. " Herbs for your hearts." The brown tom looked at her with surprise. " Those are Gallifrayan roses! Do you realize how rare these are here?" He licked Eagleheart's ear. " Oh, Doctor, eat the herbs before you have a heart attack!" The Doctor took a petal off one of the flowers, chewed and swallowed it. " So would you like to see my TARDIS?" They padded over to whatever the Doctor called his TARDIS, each carrying flowers in their mouth. " So would you like to see what it does?" Eagleheart was confused." But what does it stand for?" She said. "After all, didn't I save you from dying and fixed your shoulder." He looked at her, surprised. " I forgot to tell you. Time And Relative Dimension In Space." Eagleheart was confused again." Who the what now?" The Doctor sighed. " Time And Relative Demension In Space." Eagleheart sighed and stretched her wings. " I'm tired. Can we get this over with now?" She sat down. Her wing-tips, tail tips, and ear tips were hurting. She felt like she could sleep for a few moons. The Doctor was looking at her as if he was saying," Come in." So Eagleheart stepped in then stepped out, shocked and surprised. " It's, It's,It's bigger on the inside!" The brown tom did not look surprised. " I get that a lot." He suddenly started panting very heavily and leaned against the doors of the TARDIS. Eagleheart picked off a petal of the flower and gave it to him. He lay down, his panting getting shallow. Then his panting stopped. He was no longer tired. " Thank you Eagleheart." Eagleheart cocked her head, accepting his thanks. "Your welcome. I thought you were going to pass out on me." She said." You're a very good cat, you know that Doctor?" When she looked over at him, he was fast asleep. She snuggled next to him and fell fast asleep.

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