Published Writing

From time to time I like to write beyond the blog, so to say… I’m always appreciative of the below listed magazines for allowing me to contribute to their pages!

-Fly Safe, @MTElia1B9

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America’s Seaplane City to Host SEAPLANE-A-PALOOZA 2018! – Published in the March 2018 issue of Aviation Digest. The short, one page article provides an update on the Tavares Seaplane Base, which sustained significant damage as a result of Hurricane Irma, but has bounced back and is ready for SEAPLANE-A-PALOOZA 2018!

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Splash in for SEAPLANE-A-PALOOZA and Experience the Prop Shop – Published in the March 2017 issue of Aviation Digest. The three page article brought the SEAPLANE-A-PALOOZA festivities to the readers and also introduced readers to the all-new Prop Shop at the Tavares Seaplane Base! “The fresh atmosphere can be described as a cross between cape Cod and Key West, with a splash of seaplane…”

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Halloween Seaplane Fly-In – Tavares Seaplane Base – Published in the September 2016 issue of Aviation Digest. This piece updates readership on the Halloween-themed seaplane fly-in at the Tavares Seaplane Base held annually in October. The event scheduled for October 29th this year offers the unique opportunity for participants to drop a pumpkin out of an airplane, along with a bunch of other exciting contests!

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Come Rent a Seaplane in America’s Seaplane City! – Published in the July 2016 issue of Aviation Digest. This article introduces an incredibly unique opportunity for seaplane pilots – the ability to rent a seaplane. The new service launched by Jones Brothers at the Tavares Seaplane Base is a great asset for seaplane pilots looking to fly freely without the constraints of a flight instructor’s schedule!

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Lots of Splashing Around at America’s Seaplane City – Published in the June 2016 issue of Aviation Digest. The article tells the story of the unique seaplane-centric events during the spring of 2016 in Tavares, Florida.

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So You Want to Learn to Fly? – Published in the April 2016 issue of Aviation Digest. This is the publication of a post by the same name, which appeared on ReviewBeforeFlight during January 2016.

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Flying & Fun in America’s Seaplane City – Published in the March 2016 issue of Aviation Digest. I had the great pleasure of telling the story of some friends and their visit to America’s Seaplane City!

 

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America’s Seaplane City – Tavares, Florida – Published in the January 2016 issue of Aviation Digest. I introduced myself in the 3rd person and quickly changed gears to the big things coming up at the Tavares Seaplane Base (FA1).

 

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Real Life General Aviation Training – Published in the January/February 2015 issue of Mentor magazine

 

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Mentoring Has a Marketing Effect – Published in the March/April 2014 issue of Mentor magazine

 

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The Roles We Fill – Published in the Winter 2013 issue of Mentor magazine

 

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Head of the Class – Published in the January 2010 issue of Mentor magazine

 

Mentor magazine, where my writing occasionally appears is the official publication of the National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI). NAFI is an excellent organization, each and every flight instructor should make it a priority to be involved with NAFI. The bi-monthly magazine is just one of the many benefits of membership from an organization aimed towards making flight training safer and more efficient!

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