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How Flight Chops Went from Weekend Warrior Pilot to YouTube Celebrity
A combination of his aviation curiosity and filmmaking skills has made Steve Thorne the envy of many pilots. By Ashley Burns With 130,962 subscribers and counting, Steve Thorne is undoubtedly one of the most popular aviators on YouTube. Known to the aviation world as Flight Chops, he’s a self-described “weekend warrior pilot” who is basically…
Steve “Flight Chops” Thorne has been called the least cocky pilot on the Internet, and that suits him just fine. With what began as a personal mission to record his flights to learn from —and improve on— his mistakes in the cockpit, his everyman approach has resonated with fellow pilots and flying enthusiasts the world over. Read More…
Steve Thorne – Friday’s Fabulous Flyer
Karlene Petitt Blog
I’m not sure at what age the stories of my grandfather flying Spitfires in World War 2 began to have an imprint on me, but I’m pretty sure I wanted to fly before I knew that. Anyway, it obviously plays a role on some level… if only genetic?
But I didn’t know my grandfather well, and he died before I was old enough to have gleaned any wisdom from him.
RT @learnTFP: Hello Aviators! A new episode of TFP is live - learn about hypoxia, how to set a good example, and join me in a con… https://t.co/j82uqghXT7
Working on Supporter mail from our Manhattan AirBnB. Hoping to get some flying in, but weather has been challenging. Anyway ~50 U.S. based new $5+ supporter letters will go out from here, and I will finish packing up a couple dozen International ones on the way home and ship from Canada on Monday. Thanks for helping produce the content! Lot’s more to come!