Power Games – Cirrus SR22 Transition Training

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Power Games – Cirrus SR22 Transition Training

April 24, 2019 By Christopher Smyth
IN PART II OF AOPA'S SERIES ON THE EVOLUTION OF FLIGHT TRAINING, CHRIS SMYTH BEGINS TRANSITION TRAINING FROM A CIRRUS SR20 TO THE SR22
It’s often said that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. While this is almost certainly true in politics, could it also be true in aviation? Although glider pilots ...This...

It’s often said that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. While this is almost certainly true in politics, could it also be true in aviation?

Although glider pilots ...

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Christopher Smyth

Chris is a highly-experienced media professional and is passionate about aviation, digital-media and technology. Chris produced the ABC’s Insiders and Chaser programs and was part of the team that developed the ABC’s first iView service. He went on to become ABC Director, Northern Territory. Recently, Chris founded tech start-up Inflighto.com which develops innovative moving-map apps for airline passengers. Chris achieved his GA Private Pilot’s licence in 2006 and has flown extensively throughout NSW, the NT and WA. He is endorsed on the Cessna 172, 182 and the Cirrus SR20. Chris is currently studying for his CPL – interrupted temporarily by the arrival of his two children. Chris is enthusiastic about reinvigorating GA through the application of innovative technology and appropriate government policy settings. Chris was introduced to flying through his grandfathers. One was an Australian aviation journalist and war correspondent; the other a WWII RAAF wing commander. Big shoes to fill! Follow Chris on Twitter @christoflight.

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