When you fly with another pilot, you learn a lot about who they are and how they approach life. From preferences about cockpit technology to decision making under pressure, watching someone fly often reveals their true nature. Some writers here at Air Facts have had the privilege to share the cockpit with legendary aviators, including astronauts Neil Armstrong and John Glenn.
Those experiences inspired this month’s reader question. If you could fly with any pilot – living or dead – who would you choose? A record-setting aviator like Charles Lindbergh, Beryl Markham, or Chuck Yeager? Or someone more obscure – maybe a family member?
Add your nominee below, then tell us why.