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Learning to fly is not an endeavor restricted to steely-eyed missile men with eagle eyes and lightning reflexes. Men and women of all ages, backgrounds and abilities have taken on the challenge and succeeded.
Obtaining a private pilot certificate does, however, require focused effort and dedication. It is not like driving in the two-dimensional environment of the road. A certain amount of “rewiring” of the brain is required to comfortably and safely function in the three dimensions of the air. A pilot-in-training also must grasp the fundamentals of aerodynamics and meteorology.
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