From an early age, aviation captivated my imagination. Flight simulators were more than just games; they were a gateway to a world I aspired to join. Suffice it to say, I've experienced the evolution of flight simulation software, from the most rudimentary versions to the highly sophisticated ones we have today.
In 2007, the Cirrus SR22 caught my attention—an aircraft generating buzz for its modern cockpit design, often compared to that of an Airbus. The allure was irresistible.
Fast-forward to 2021, my passion culminated in obtaining my Private Pilot license, followed closely by an Instrument Rating in 2022. The journey has been both rigorous and fulfilling, offering a unique sense of freedom and accomplishment. Adding to the joy, my wife Aline also earned her Private Pilot license.
I currently own a Cirrus SR22T and have logged nearly 200 flight hours, primarily in the SR22T and the Cessna 172. Each aircraft serves its purpose, whether it's for leisure or more complex missions.
Flying continues to be a rewarding endeavor for me, an amalgamation of skill, precision, and sheer joy.