Senior Staff Writer
Peter Forman is a newcomer to FAPA but an industry veteran. He flew for regional airlines in Hawaii, including Royal Hawaiian Air Service then spent 22 years of domestic and international flying with TWA. More recently, Peter ran a collegiate flight program in Hawaii. He has written two aviation books and numerous articles for airline and general aviation magazines. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from University of California, Davis, and a Masters in English from the University of Hawaii.
His expertise in desktop simulation for pilots allows FAPA to provide the first flight for students at some of our Future Pilot Forums held monthly around the U.S. His profile photo shows Peter teaching a young student at one of our recent events.
Peter’s background for advising pilots of all ages and career stages includes beginning his flight lessons at age 14 and flying professionally for most of his life. He clearly understands the unique needs of senior pilots who wish to remain active in flying