Stay up to date on the new FAA regulations and learn the basics of flying legally, including the different regulations for commercial pilots and hobbyist. Learn about new tools used by large venues to monitor drone traffic, and keep legal pilots safe and able to accomplish their missions. As licensed pilots, we should embrace safety and continue to differentiate ourselves by working with the FAA and private companies to keep illegal drone activities down and promote safe flying.
Originally from France, Greg has been in the aviation industry for more than 20 years. He moved to the US in 2002 to achieve the American Dream. Greg has a Master’s degree in Aviation Human Factors from the Florida Institute of Technology. He is a Commercial Pilot (for single and multi-engine airplanes) and a Certified Flight Instructor (Instrument). He is also an FAA Safety Team Representative and DronePro. Greg was the President of a Part 141 Flight School that had 25 employees, 14 aircraft, and over 100 students. Currently, he is the Lead Instructor at Pilot Institute. Greg has worked at two of the biggest aeronautical universities in the country (managing flight training programs of up to 500 students and 50 aircraft) and in teaching roles as an adjunct professor. He still actively teaches as a University Professor at a large aeronautical school.Greg noticed that most companies in the aviation education industry focused on test-prep rather than teaching to proficiency. He saw firsthand the results of incomplete ground training in pilots at the last flight school he managed. As a result, all of Pilot Institute’s programs have been designed with the goal of making pilots confident and knowledgeable by offering comprehensive training.
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Speaker: Greg Reverdiau, Brandon Lugo
Stay up to date on the new FAA regulations and learn the basics of flying legally, including the different regulations for commercial pilots and hobbyist.