Why Fly?

Did you know…

only 2 out of every 1000 people in the US are active pilots? Yet it is one of the most exciting and satisfying ways to build skills and judgment. Prince William, heir to the British Throne, wore only one insignia on his uniform at his wedding: his pilot wings.
There’s a reason…

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If you can fly, you can do anything.

Including run a meeting, make more money, raise kids, get the big promotion, write that novel, crash through the glass ceiling, leap tall buildings…you get the picture. Seriously, it’s true.

Flying is empowering. It rewards good decision-making, makes it a habit. It builds confidence. It takes the lid off your capabilities, makes you feel more able because, well, you are more able.

Flying is liberating. There are few daily activities as complete and gratifying as flying. There’s a beautiful symmetry to it: You take off, you enjoy yourself, you land and you write about it in the flight log. That’s it. That symmetry–and the skills it teaches you–can affect (and improve) every aspect of your life.

Are you ready to soar? Inner Flight can give you wings.