Training With A Passion…..

Posted by on Mar 8, 2011 in "Hangar Flying" | 0 comments

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Aerobatic champion, air show superstar, Red Bull racer—Michael Goulian is all of these. But in his day job, if you will, he’s president of Executive Flyers Aviation, a second-generation flight school founded by his father, Myron, in 1964. 

“Flight training was my dad’s entire life,” Goulian says. “He started with one airplane and a little kiosk in the lobby of the terminal of Hanscom airport,” and went on to become a noted aviation figure in the northeast, training hundreds of pilots in the process.

Now with a second location at Lawrence Municipal Airport in Massachusetts, Goulian and his brother Matthew, director of maintenance, carry on the Executive Flyers Aviation tradition with a combination of professionalism and passion. “You’re not going to make a million dollars in the flight school business, so you have to have a passion for the industry and, more importantly, a passion for people and wanting to watch people fulfill a dream,” Goulian says. “Making dreams is more important than making money at Executive Flyers. If you accomplish the first goal, the second one will take care of itself. That’s what my dad believed in, and he passed that on to my brother and me.”

The attitude the Goulian’s have and a shared passion for seeing the ‘perma-grin” on a new pilots, solo-pilot’s, or a first time Discovery Flight “pilot’s” face is exactly what General Avation needs. Opening our love and sharing our passion will the programs that AOPA and EAA share, and operating a professional and fun flgith school can only help to further GA to the general public. Tailwind Flight Center holds this vision close to our heart. Please stop on in and say hi!

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