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Tue, May 31, 2011

'You Can Afford To Be A Pilot' eBook Free To Young Eagles

Paperback Edition Also Available

Organizers of non-profit programs that promote the growth of General Aviation and Sport Aviation by giving free rides to non-pilots can request coupons that allow participants to download a full complete version of the highly rated eBook (normally priced at $8.99).

The process to provide the ebook is simple and can be completed entirely through email. Event organizers can simply send an e-mail at least 5 days before an event requesting a coupon set. A coupon will be generated and returned in .pdf format that can be printed and given to each Young Eagle family. The coupon contains the simple instructions and coupon code for the free book. The coupon expires 2-3 days after the event to prevent the coupon code from being irresponsibly distributed through Internet sharing.

The paperback edition of "You Can Afford To Be A Pilot" is available in paperback for $10.99 US at Amazon.com and for $8.99 in eBook form. By purchasing the paperback or eBook you will be supporting the continued free distribution of the eBook to EAA Young Eagles and other non-profit promotions that aim to create more pilots and raise awareness of the Light Sport hobby.

The new book from CFI/CTT Timothy O'Connor aims to not only bring more candidates into aviation but more importantly to give these students the knowledge and tools they need to beat the odds and successfully become a certified pilot. Entering a student pilot program can seem daunting, and without a good guide many people never get past an introductory ride. You Can Afford To Be A Pilot gives students the knowledge and power to break down the most common barriers to completing a pilot certificate including expense, poor instructors, lack of procedural support and more.

Unlike any other book or publication, "You Can Afford to be a Pilot" takes the reader on a complete tour of the pilot training and certification process from the perspectives of the instructor, examiner and student from the point of initial interest through becoming a fully certified pilot.

This new book also aims to open the door to flight for those who thought they could not afford to fly. The fact is flying can be done by people of middle-class means and this book is a convincing guide to make the dream of flight attainable.

FMI: www.YouCanAffordToBeAPilot.com

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