We all recognize April as a month of weather transitions and this month’s Squall Line provides some advice on where to go to get trusted convection forecasts. It’s also a good time of year to focus on shedding the winter weight and boosting your metabolism. Lauren Dils has some great tips for doing so easily and simply in her Fitnesscolumn. If you’re headed to training from the military to commercial, or even from regional to mainline, you’ll find some great insights in Marc Himelhoch’s Cockpit to Cockpitarticle, which is part one of a series. New hires face many challenges, and this month’s Mortgagearticle addresses the topic of qualifying for a mortgage on first-year pay. Since everyone should be concerned with their assets, Glenn Nevola’s Money proffers a succinct explanation of the impact rising interest rates has on your portfolio. In the realm of making better pilots, we have a few interesting reads. Victor Vasquez addresses the qualities of leadership in his Perspectivescolumn and Stall Recognition and Extended Envelope Training for Pilotsby Mike Davis covers the implications and explanations of a 2015 FAA Advisory Circular. The feature this month is a story about the unlikely origins of a very successful sport aviation club more than twenty years ago and its future as it enters its third decade making better pilots and introducing youth to the world we love – AVIATION.
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