Wed, Jul 07, 2010
"Lessons Learned from a Lifetime in Aviation" At July 15th
Since the early 1970's, John and
Martha King have been bringing their brand of aviation training to
hundreds of thousands of pilots and maintenance technicians. Now
they will share their "lessons learned from a lifetime in aviation"
story with the Atlanta Aero Club at their regular bi-monthly
meeting scheduled for July 15th.
As the only husband and wife team to both hold every category
and class of FAA pilot and instructor certificate, John and Martha
are instantly recognized throughout the aviation world for their
King Schools and the millions of video and digital training courses
distributed over the past 30 years.
Throughout the years, the Kings have retained their enthusiasm
for flying including piloting their own Falcon 10 aircraft,
swapping captain and copilot duties on each leg or their trips.
Having flown as pilots in every continent of the world except
Antarctica, they have winged their way completely around the world
via the length of Russia.
The Kings have had national TV exposure as aviation experts;
starred in numerous video presentations on Microsoft's Flight
Simulator program; and have been featured on CNN's "Business
The meeting is scheduled for Noon on July 15th in the Grand
Ballroom of the Capital City Club in downtown Atlanta.
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