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Continuing Education

Continuing Education

There’s lots of ways to continue your education as a pilot — for as long as you fly. In this section, we include books, articles and websites that we’ve found informational for ourselves or our pilots. Many flying books are fun reads in addition to being educational.

Over time, we’ll continue to update this section with new content and industry updates.

Recommended Reading

Stick and Rudder: An Explanation of the Art of Flying

Wolfgang Langewiesche

This aviation classic is perhaps one of the most practical flying books ever written.

Fate Is The Hunter

Ernest Gann

Another classic which describes the life of an airmail pilot during the pioneering days of flight.

Night Flight

Antoine De Saint-Exupery

The story of life as a mail pilot as told by aviation pioneer and writer Antoine De Saint-Exupery.

Flight of Passage

Rinker Buck

This book follows the 1966 transcontinental journey of two teenage boys who set the record for the youngest duo to fly across America.

To Fly and Fight: Memoirs of a Triple Ace

Clarence “Bud” Anderson

The autobiography of the man who Chuck Yeager called “the best fighter pilot I ever saw”.

Fighter Pilot: The Memoirs of Legendary Ace Robin Olds

Robin Olds

The life of WWII Ace and larger-than-life fighter pilot Robin Olds.

A Higher Call

Adam Makos

Over WWII Europe, a moment of fraternity by enemy pilots changes their lives forever.

North Star Over My Shoulder

Bob Buck

Follow the life and career of Bob Buck, who started flying in the pioneering days of aviation, and retired as a 747 captain.


Robert Coram

Boyd was a fighter pilot and military strategist whose contributions have had wide-reaching effects.