TeamX Builder Spotlight: Back in the Pilot’s Seat
November 14, 2019
Flying plays an interesting role in each of our lives. For
some it’s a career and a way of life. For others it’s more of a hobby or pastime.
No matter what role it takes, there are occasionally times when it gets pushed
to the bottom of the priority list. That was the case for Garmin TeamX engineer
Bob Godsy. After earning a private pilot license in high school, flying would
take a backseat to raising a family, managing a career and life in general over
the next 30 years. But it was his career developing avionics that helped get
him back into flying. In fact, he wanted to use the same avionics he helped
design in an airplane that would perfectly fit his needs. So after a 30-year flying
hiatus, he decided to get back in the pilot’s seat and build the aircraft that
would fulfill his needs.
The Experimental Route
Each prospective aircraft owner has a mission. For some
getting from point A to point B as fast as possible is priority No. 1. Others
This is only a snippet of a Fitness Article written by Dan Camacho
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