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When Do You Stop Flying?
Ian Brown, EAA 657159, Editor, Bits and Pieces
February 2023 – Many of us, maybe most reading this, are older pilots. Some of us didn't even start flying until our 40s or 50s made it financially viable.
Your editor and his RV-9A
There are many considerations, from health to finances to appetite for flying and social aspects. I've noticed a progressive reduction in the hours flown per year in my own case. Much of that has to do with changing circumstances. How about you? Do you find yourself flying more or less presently than in the past? We'd really like to hear from some of you as to what your experience has been. When do you part with your precious aircraft? Is it time to step down to a less complex one? We'd love to see some articles about your thought processes.We have another message from our EAA Canada Council chair, Raquel Lincoln, with more news on the camping opportunities at AirVenture 2023 which, by the time you read this, will be less than 180 days away. Make sure you read it and respond to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
We're always looking for new writers so if you've always thought you might like to submit something maybe this is the month. Thanks as always to our other contributors. I'm sure your readers appreciate your efforts as we all do.