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About Bill David
Bill grew up building and flying model airplanes, and still does. His first job in aviation was a line boy at Colts Neck airport in New Jersey. He started instructing in 1975, and is an ATP and CFIAMEIIG, along with several jet type ratings. Bill holds a low level aerobatic waiver, and is a commercial hot air balloon pilot. He has been making his living flying something for over 40 years. When he's not flying a jet, Bill is at the airport building an airplane or giving instruction in a Pietenpol Aircamper. In short, he is an airplane nut.
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