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 Post subject: Hello! ZMA ATC
PostPosted: 11 Mar 2024, 14:10 


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Hello All!

I'm a controller at Miami ARTCC and longtime Bonanza enthusiast. I am hoping to acquire an E series bonanza sometime in the near future. Any tips or advice would be appreciated!



 Post subject: Re: Hello! ZMA ATC
PostPosted: 11 Mar 2024, 15:27 


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Drop a call to Neal Schwartz with Lattitude Aviation. He’s one of the sponsors. Also, put a post in WTB.

Thanks for keeping us safe. I used to fly a lot from KSAV to KTPA and KEYW. Miami was always good to me whether so was in the Tiger, TravelAir, Baron, boss’s KingAir, or managing the radios as the “FO” on some of the GulfTest flights.


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