Pella, Iowa, July 28, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Jorgenson has succeeded in making his childhood fantasy of flying a reality. The new author tells the story of how he managed to make his way into the Aviation world about twenty years ago and became a civilian flight instructor. He aspires to help people navigate past the potential obstacles to include how to save money on a new aviation adventure.
Jeff Jorgenson's Book for Aspiring Aviators
Open Air is a highly accessible read for anyone with an interest in aviation whether the interest is literal or historical. Woven into his aviation guide are entertaining accounts of inspiring young aviators, the history of flight, and new careers in the realm of aviation. Jorgenson takes his readers on a “walk-around” an airplane to help the reader become personally acquainted with this advancement in human science which was once deemed impossible."There are now about 600,000 pilots, down from over 800,000 in the late 1970's. I'm working to help the industry 'Make a Million Pilots'. This infusion of pilots will spark the economy in countless ways. This is the new American Dream!"
Jorgenson's tone is very different from a dry university professor explaining commonly known stories behind the power of flight. As an American veteran and a stay-at-home dad, Jorgenson has humor and humility setting him apart from other writers in his field. Readers may find after reading Jorgenson’s book they were more interested in flying than they had previously believed!
Author Jeff Jorgenson was recently nominated for the Aviation writer’s award from the MN Aviation Hall of Fame.
Jorgenson has been invited to various venues to include EAA Airventure Oshkosh to speak about his experience as a pilot to include his story of how he survived a plane crash and still managed to walk away from the crash site and pick up his daughter in the same afternoon.
Open Air will unlock the path towards any level of flight from a passing interest in the history to solo flying a glider to starting a whole new career! He believes the future of aviation is in our hands and he has demystified the exclusive gatekeeper beliefs of what it takes to become a pilot. Jorgenson adds value to his readers by offering little-known aviation hacks from using drones to operate jets.
Author Jeff Jorgenson hosts an aviation website where readers can explore his story for themselves at www.openairforeveryone.com. Jorgenson’s new book, Open Air, is available in both e-reader and paperback format on Amazon.com.
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