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About Sal Marinello
Sal grew up on Long Island, NY, and spent many days at old Zahn’s airport chasing pilots around and talking to anyone who would chat about airplanes and flying. Influenced by his parents’ love of airplanes and flying, Sal started learning to fly in 1988, finally earning his private pilot license in 1997. He shares ownership of and currently flies a Cirrus SR22 that is based at ISP. With commercial and instrument ratings, and soon to be a newly minted CFI, Sal is working to expand his professional flying in the future, and appreciates the value of general aviation, using the Cirrus to travel up and down the east coast and parts of the Midwest for work, and when able, annual trips to Oshkosh.
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