Flying seaplanes fundamentally changes the way you fly as a pilot. You’re no longer held back by paved runways and can fly directly into some of the most beautiful parts of the world. I had the opportunity to add a seaplane rating to my commercial pilot certificate over 2 days and it was the experience of a lifetime.

Jack Brown’s Seaplane Base, Florida (www.brownsseaplane.com) has trained over 25,000 seaplane pilots since 1963. I had an awesome experience flying with their school and can’t recommend it enough. If you want a new challenge in your flying career THIS is it!

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Swayne Martin

If you want to become a pilot, I want to make your journey just a little easier. I'm a First Officer for Envoy Air, one of the largest regional airlines in the world, and have partnered with industry leaders like the U.S. Air Force to teach about various aviation careers. For a full bio, click the "About" tab above. Use the "Contact" tab to shoot me a message.

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  1. Jose Rojas Jr

    Thanks for the info! Next on my bucket list as I complete both my instrument and commercial ratings…

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