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Jun 25, 2019

What is going on Avination?! Welcome back to episode 65 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today's episode is with Jesse from Wing Swap. In this episode, Jesse and I talk about...

  • Jesse talks about his love for aviation at a young age. 
  • Jesse breaks my heart by telling me I won’t fit in a Mooney. 
  • How Jesse hustled to earn money so he could use it on flight training. 
  • Why it took a long time for Jesse to get his license. 
  • How Jess was able to clean planes to pay for training. 
  • Jesse talks about how he was able to build his confidence in flying. 
  • How you learn a lot from the mistakes you make. 
  • Jesse talks about changing up flight schools. 
  • Most of Jesse's friends got into aviation in an untraditional way. 
  • How Jesse originally wanted to go to Embry Riddle 
  • Jesse talks about his goals when he was in the early stages of his training. 
  • How Jesse fell in love with the Cessna 152. 
  • Jesse talks about the difference between flying in Ohio and Southern California. 
  • We talk about how the only way you get comfortable with weather is with experience. 
  • Why every pilot should be instrument rated. 
  • Why Jesse started Wing Swap 
  • How Jesse was always an entrepreneur 
  • How Reddit played a huge role for Jesse in starting Wing Swap. 
  • How Jesse eventually gave listings away for free instead of charging. 
  • We talk about how Jess makes money off Wing Swap. 
  • We talk about everything and anything Wing Swap. 
  • Why Instagram is the main traffic source for Wing Swap. 

If you enjoy today's episode, make sure to leave a review on iTunes and tell all your friends (and enemies) about the podcast. OSH KOSH meet up!!!!!! Friday at noon located at booth C3150!!!

Happy Flying,

Justin

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