Pilot to Pilot podcast episode 33 ft. Michael Healey: Commercial Pilot and College Student.
What is going on Avination and welcome back to the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today, I am talking with Michael Healey. Michael is a current commercial pilot that is balancing both being a college student and flight training.
Some of the things we talk about in today’s episode.
- Why Michael became a pilot.
- How he wanted to originally be a filmmaker.
- How Instagram actually led to him wanting to learn to fly.
- How Michael how to get over motion sickness on his path to becoming a pilot.
- How GingerAle helped Michael get over motion sickness.
- We talk about Michaels flight training.
- How everyone learns at their own pace.
- I talk about why I chose aerial survey.
- Why I chose to fly for a single pilot IFR operation.
- Why it is important to use shepherd air for all of your written exams.
- How he taxied the wrong way on his Private pilot check-ride.
- How and Why his Private Pilot check ride was the hardest check ride he ever took.
- What his training was like once he started College.
- How you need to be on your game during your instrument training.
- Michael gives his advice as to how a college student can fly while in school.
- Why it is important to surround yourself with people that have the same goals you do.
- How he got to tag along in king airs.
- How Michaels nickname was “kid behind the fence”
- His first experience with dodging weather.
- How he got to be a campus ambassador for Republic airlines.
- Why Michael really likes Republic airlines.
- How different airlines work for different people.
- Michael talks about what working in Charter Sales is like.
- Why he wished he would have done more research on his flight school.
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