Wayman Eduardo

2nd generation co-owner and manager of Wayman Aviation. I love working with people from around the world, traveling, and spending time with the family.
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Guess what! There are more ways to finance your flight training

Wayman Eduardo | May 24, 2017 |

Another blog post by an semi-international student!

My dear readers, I’ve experienced that awesome feeling when everything is set up for you to start your training. But then, there is one BIG last hurdle to overcome before you can start flying: How will you finance the training?

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OH NO! My child wants to be a pilot

Wayman Eduardo | Apr 19, 2017 |

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Every parent has asked this question. She wants to be a veterinarian, or he wants to be a video game designer. We all hope for doctors, lawyers, and engineers but, how do you respond when they say “pilot”? Many kids say that right after their first flight on vacation. They see the uniform, the trip up to the cockpit and all the buttons and blinking lights. Many forget later, but the special few ones keep saying pilot over and over again, despite the computer programming camp and the piano lessons… they keep saying pilot. If that is the case, congratulations, you have raised an Aviator. 

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4 reasons why I chose Wayman Aviation for my flight training

First, let me tell you a bit about myself before we dive into the subject. You might be thinking; “What the heck is a semi-international flight student? And who are you?”. Well, my dear readers, a semi-international flight student is somebody who was born in the States but never grew up here. I have the privilege of being a US Citizen, but my view on flight schools is from an international perspective.

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Wayman & Liberty University Partner for 4 Year Degree

Wayman Eduardo | Feb 13, 2017 |

Miami, FL - Wayman Flight Training and Virginia based Liberty University will offer 4 year bachelors degrees in Aeronautics for South Florida based students.

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Pass Your Checkride Every Time

Wayman Eduardo | Feb 08, 2017 | CFI

Come in a little closer. I’ll tell you a secret to make sure you pass your checkride every time. Just remember this little mantra: “You don’t win a fight, on fight night.”

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Am I a Good Candidate to Become a Pilot?

We all have doubts about being good enough for something we really really want to do. It doesn’t matter if it is approaching an attractive girl/guy at the party or a raise at our job, that insecurity haunts us to a certain point, and student pilots are no exception for this feeling.

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Practice Makes Permanent and Sometimes Perfect

Wayman Eduardo | Dec 21, 2016 | CFI

Practicing is required for any disciplined person to achieve their objective. Maybe you’re looking to become a greater musician, or you want to win a swimming tournament. Or, as in your case, you want to become a professional pilot. But why do we need to have this discipline? Because you need to acquire new habits and make time for your practice if you really want to make your objectives effective.

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How Long Does it Takes to Enroll at a Flight School in the United States?

You have decided already in your mind that flight school is in your future, but, you’re uncertain about how long will it take for you to actually get enrolled? Is it difficult? What do I need to do?

Don’t let those doubts change your mind without actually knowing what the process is. Lets figure out long it takes to enroll at a flight school in the United States and the steps needed for it.

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Wayman Aviation Opa Locka to Relocate After 30 years

Wayman Eduardo | Nov 17, 2016 | Insider, kopf, pilot shop

The Miami aviation landmark for nearly 30 years will be relocating it's Opa Locka Executive Airport facility at the end of November.

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How to Eliminate Frustration in the Pilot Enrollment Process

Every enrollment process can have a certain level of frustration and stress for the one who is going through it and the pilot enrollment process is not the exception for newcomers. Identifying the source of this frustration, however, can certainly help to minimize it and make the process smoother and lead to a better aviation learning experience. To help you with that, this is a list of the most common things to cause frustration in the pilot enrollment process and how you can deal with them.

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