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I’ve had the opportunity to write articles and be interviewed for magazines, blogs, and podcasts. I hope you enjoy learning more about how I actually managed to become a pilot. You can also sneak a peek at some of the things I’ve been up to since this whole adventure began.

Podcast Interviews

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In this episode we meet Beth Stanton, an aviator who broke through her own limits to become a pilot even though she didn't fit the stereotype. It doesn't matter if you don't fit in; you can still say yes to what brings you alive.

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Beth writes the innovation column for EAA’s Sport Aviation magazine and is an expert in the future of flight. We sat down to ask Beth a few questions about the latest in design and technology that she’s been seeing in the industry, and share some of her own thoughts and opinions on where the future of flight is headed.

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Our podcast guest is Beth Stanton. She writes about current and emerging trends and technologies in aviation. Skywheels rotor blade systems were featured in her May 2021 column. Meet Beth and find out what she sees as emerging trends in aviation.

Guest Writing

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Did you know 25% of Americans are afraid to fly? Imagine piloting a plane on your own. Or doing barrel rolls (technically called aerobatics). That’s exactly what Beth Stanton does!

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Learning to fly turned out to be way more than I had bargained for. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I knew nothing about airplanes and how they worked. I despaired of ever landing the plane so that you could use it again.

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It’s dawn in the desert and I’m staring straight down the departure end of Runway 30 at the Mojave Air and Space Port. I squint and see a surreal sight. Stratolaunch, the largest airplane ever built, hulks silently at the opposite end of the runway.

Magazine Features

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Rubi from Mexico dreamed of flying, but didn’t think she had the English language skills or resources to make her dream come true. A chance encounter and casual words of encouragement propelled Rubi to eventually become a certified FAA pilot.

Lazer N230DW is a beloved airplane that has been built, flown and rebuilt by a close-knit group of friends. Here is the story of her 2016 ultimate makeover including new engine, fabric, carbon fiber, and gorgeous new red and black paint scheme.

People normally know Beth Stanton as a massage therapist and yoga instructor. But what they don’t know is that she flies aerobatics (precision stunt flying) competitively.

Watch Beth fly aerobatics in the Laser!

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