John Hackworth

John Hackworth
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The majority of my youth was spent living overseas and through the years of constant travel I garnered a passion for aviation. After receiving my undergraduate degree in Business from Northeastern University in ’07, I pursued my dream by attending Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, where I eventually became a flight instructor, as well as earning a Master of Business degree in Airline Management. As an instructor, I was fortunate to have met many amazing people, both colleagues and students, many with whom I am still in contact. I am eager to continue my passion for both aviation, as well as mentorship.

Why We Volunteer

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I know I’ve written on the subject of volunteerism in the past, but what I’d like to do this month is delve deeper into what...

You are More Than Just a Pilot

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When we talk about success, what are we really talking about? What are the terms by which we define success, and how does it...

A Circuitous Route to Success

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As I may have expressed, the purpose of my articles is to both entertain as well as provide insight through the sharing of pilot...

Fear Not The Path Less Taken

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve been passionate about airplanes. All it takes is the sound of a plane flying overhead and...

First Impressions

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It’s common knowledge that first impressions are important, but how exactly does this apply in our industry and to our careers? Regardless of what...

It Pays To Be Personable

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I’d like to share with you the story of Nolan Watkins, a pilot whose path took him across oceans, continents and multiple carriers, ultimately...

Keys to Success: Mentorship, Networking, Professionalism

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For this month’s article, I’ve decided to step away from the pilot success story and instead share with you some lessons I’ve learned along...

Hard Work Pays Off

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As they progress through their careers, one of the many struggles encountered by aspiring pilots, or any professional for that matter, is where and...

Hard Work Pays Off

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Part of my responsibilities at Professional Pilots of Tomorrow is to reach out to pilot applicants who are interested in enrolling with our mentorship/networking...

Epic Flight Academy

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In 1999, husband and wife Danny and Amy Perna launched their flight school with a single aircraft, a used Cessna 152. They were...

Letter from the Publisher

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Dear Readers, This month, we welcome a new contributor to Aero Crew News. Justin Abrams is filling in for Anthony Lorenti with a new Squall Line on...

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