In 1959, Ed Chevrette was a sixteen-year-old student pilot, and, as he says in his book, Wings of Fortune, it was the greatest experience of his life. Ed went from flying a fabric-covered Cub to becoming a corporate Learjet pilot.
Ed experienced what he calls “the golden age of aviation,” the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. Listen as he talks about the pilot’s life.
Listen to Author Spotlight: E. A. Chevrette, Jr.