Aviation And Flying Quotes

Collection of top 15 famous quotes about Aviation And Flying

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Aviation And Flying Quotes By Stephen Coonts: Flying is like sex - I've never had Flying is like sex - I've never had all I wanted but occasionally I've had all I could stand. — Stephen Coonts
Aviation And Flying Quotes By Plautus: Flying without feathers is not easy; my wings Flying without feathers is not easy; my wings have no feathers. — Plautus
Aviation And Flying Quotes By Helen Wells: Feelings came alive in Vicki for which the Feelings came alive in Vicki for which the earth and sea had never taught her names. — Helen Wells
Aviation And Flying Quotes By William Langewiesche: I ask people who don't fly, "How can I ask people who don't fly, "How can you not fly when you live in a time in history when you can fly?" — William Langewiesche
Aviation And Flying Quotes By Octave Chanute: All agreed that the sensation of coasting on All agreed that the sensation of coasting on the air was delightful. — Octave Chanute
Aviation And Flying Quotes By Bob Hoover: If you're faced with a forced landing, fly If you're faced with a forced landing, fly the thing as far into the crash as possible. — Bob Hoover
Aviation And Flying Quotes By Gordon Baxter: When asked by someone how much money flying When asked by someone how much money flying takes:
Why, all of it! — Gordon Baxter
Aviation And Flying Quotes By John Glenn: I was sold on flying as soon as I was sold on flying as soon as I had a taste for it. — John Glenn
Aviation And Flying Quotes By Gordon Baxter: Instrument flying is an unnatural act probably punishable Instrument flying is an unnatural act probably punishable by God. — Gordon Baxter
Aviation And Flying Quotes By Jessie Redmon Fauset: Aviation is poetry ... It's the finest kind Aviation is poetry ... It's the finest kind of moving around, you know, just as poetry is the finest way of using words. — Jessie Redmon Fauset
Aviation And Flying Quotes By James Dickey: Flight is the only truly new sensation than Flight is the only truly new sensation than men have achieved in modern history. — James Dickey