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How To Become An FAA Master Pilot Award Recepient

by John M. White |  | 3 comments

Last year a friend of mine, Al Ayotte, asked me to write a letter for him confirming his experience and qualification to receive the FAA's Master Pilot Award. I was honored to be asked to do so, and spent some time getting the wording just right.Al Ayotte - FAA Master Pilot Al has been a mainstay here in the mid-Michigan aviation community, and finished his professional flying career as the chief pilot for Jackson National Life Insurance Company, managing a Gulfstream IV and a Hawker 800. In addition to being a pilot, Al is also an A&P mechanic, an FAA Designated Pilot Examiner and an all around really great guy. Heck, he even gave my wife her Private Pilot check ride and has always lent me a hand and kind word. I don't know how many hours Al has, or how many pilots he has certified, but I do know he did it all with cool calm and professional class, and many pilots are flying safely today because of Al. I made a video of the presentation, and as soon as I can get it downloaded I will post it for everyone to enjoy. In the meantime, if you know Al, send him some congratulations - this Master Pilot Award is recognition of over 50 years of accident free safe flying. Way to go Al! Until next time keep your wings straight and level Hersch! JetAviator7 ps: Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter "All Things Aviation" here!

Comments (3)

  • Mike Franceus on June 24, 2019

    Does anyone know how to get a hold of Larry Miller’s contact information?
    Larry was the FBO at Grand Ledge Airport for years. He was my flight instructor when I got my private back in 1980.
    He and his wife moved away, but I don’t know where to and I would like to contact him.
    Any help is appreciated.
    Thanks
    Mike Franceus

  • admin on June 24, 2019

    The last I knew he had moved to Florida, but I am not sure where. I would suggest you look up his airman’s certificate on the FAA website and see if they have an address there.

  • Joel Hughen on June 24, 2019

    Can you please fix your paper airplane website. I’ve sent several emails with no reply. I’ve been trying to buy the Cessna t-50 for over a month now. There is no green “Add to Cart” button on the page. check for yourself
    http://www.thepaperairplanecompany.com/catalog/item/2292810/3768427.htm

    Thanks

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