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Hello friend It has been a long time since we have talked I just started flight school in Fairmont WV I have flying lessons twice a week along with regular classes like Math English and Psychology in order to get a BA in Aviation Administration Math is boring and I have to write papers for English class but it is all worth it when I get to go flyingThe plane is a 1979 single-engine Cessna with a top-mounted wing and tricycle landing gear which means that it has a single wheel in the front as opposed to a single smaller wheel at the very back It is painted white with maroon stripes and numbers our school colors The numbers are a six digit registration number on the tail that all planes must have It is capable of carrying three to four people a distance of about 600 miles at 110 mph The cockpit is confined and has a slight odor of gasoline combined with that new car smell The interior is aged with cracks in the dash board and faded seats that creek On the congested instrument panel is an intimidating number of instruments each one performing a specific function essential to our flight Before each flight we do a walk around inspection usually taking about ten minutes to check for any damage and confirm fluid levels My instructor is a medium build guy about my age with dark hair and a military attitude With him is a clipboard containing our syllabus of maneuvers to be practiced that day We climb in buckle our seatbelts and plug in our headsets which are used for communication that would otherwise be impossible because of the deafening roar of the engine and propeller Before we take off we perform a checklist that includes revving up the engine while
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