Ace Abbott, author of The Rogue Aviator: In the Back Alleys of Aviation
Ace Abbott was born and raised in upstate New York, entered the U.S. Air Force in 1965 and became an F-4 Phantom pilot based in the Far East. He began his civilian career as a Learjet corporate/charter pilot, spending his last twenty-two years as a Boeing 727 captain. He retired in 2002 after visiting forty-four countries with fourteen different airlines.
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VideosThe Rogue Aviator
FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELT!
Let Ace Abbot put you in the cockpit of F-4 Phantoms, Lear Jets, and Boeing 727s!
° This insider's view of commercial aviation will take you to 44 countries and keep the adrenalin flowing with improbable and implausible aviation scenarios.
° Prepare for a unique, but turbulent venture from five star hotels and restaurants in Paris to cargo ramps and jails in Venezuela. Fasten your seat belt securely!
DEAD TIRED – Pilot Fatigue – Aviation's Insidious Killer
by Ace Abbott
(5.00 from 1 review)
Dead Tired is written by a retired commercial pilot who spent far too much time in the cockpit in a state of “dead tired.” A few of his personal sleep deprivation anecdotes are related in the book. However, the primary theme is an in-depth view of the current issue of cockpit fatigue and the FAA’s severely belated response to a serious aviation safety problem.
The cumbersome interaction of the...
The Rogue Aviator - In The Back Alleys of Aviation
by Ace Abbott
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
2015 Revised Edition
The Rogue Aviator is a memoir of a fun-loving, adventurous pilot during a unique and tumultuous aviation career. The pulse-racing aviation anecdotes are spiced with humor, pathos, and poignancy along with a smattering of decadence and debauchery.
An additional theme of this book presents an insider's view of the aviation industry and the results when the profit factor trumps
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