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Wing Walker Provider Article

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Apr 16, 2013
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This article caught my eye for two reasons: 1) Well written article about an aviation article in a non-aviation publication. Don't see this too often. 2) Example of a clueless pilot that gives us all a black eye. As I read it you and I can go visit him, pay the $$$ then climb out and have a "wing walking experience." The FAA kept telling him he was at least a Part 91 and he just kept saying, "nah, I'm fine." Fly in Air Park kept telling him he couldn't run a business from there, "nah, I'm fine." Then it spiraled from there. Am I reading this wrong? This does not seem like a case of the Jack-Booted-Thugs coming down on someone for no reason. https://www.seattletimes.com/busine...walking-flights-revokes-owners-pilot-license/

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