René Banglesdorf speaks to pilot Scott Robertson about the Bombardier Learjet 60 in Part 17 of the Insiders' GuideBack to Articles
In episode seventeen, private aviation insider René Banglesdorf interviews pilot Scott Robertson about the key features of the Bombardier Learjet 60.
In this insightful session, we learn about the Learjet 60. Find out about its performance, range, pilot workload and much more!
With over 35 years and 13,000 hours of experience under his wing, Scott Robertson continues to log thousands of miles in jet aircraft flying all around the globe. Scott has extensive experience all across North and South America, Europe, Russia, China, Australia and the South Pacific - all while maintaining a perfect safety record.
A highly qualified pilot who first soloed at the age of 16, Scott holds an Airline Transport Pilots license with type-ratings in 8 different models of jet aircraft, as well as an Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics license. Since 1983 Scott has been managing and operating a variety of aircraft ranging from small turbo-props to long-range wide-body corporate jets. In addition he is an accomplished air show and competition aerobatic pilot.
René Banglesdorf is the co-founder and CEO of Charlie Bravo Aviation, an aircraft brokerage headquartered just north of Austin, TX. René has a degree in journalism from Ohio University and serves as the VP of Communications on the International Aviation Women’s Association Board. She is a frequent speaker on topics of business aviation and women’s issues, and has written several books, the latest of which, Stand Up: How to Flourish When the Odds are Stacked Against You, is Out Now.
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