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Martha King Honored by the  San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce’s Women In Leadership

The San Diego East County Chamber  of Commerce recently honored our Co Founder Martha King along with seven additional women at the 2017 Women in Leadership Luncheon.   The complete story as it appeared in East County Magazine is below: The San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce recently honored eight women with 2017 Women in Leadership Luncheon…  [ Read More ]

Now Hiring – King Schools Video Producer/Director

King Schools has a position available for a Producer/Director in San Diego, CA. The ideal applicant is an active pilot or even flight instructor and could possesses some video production or photography experience. The Producer/Director is a project manager that takes scripts coming down from the course development department and prepares them for video recording…  [ Read More ]

Polishing Off The Rust

Managing My Return to the Cockpit Article appeared in Flying Magazine September, 2017 by John King “Making power…airspeed alive…eighty knots…vee one…rotate…positive rate.” Martha, as pilot-monitoring, was making the call-outs for my first takeoff in our old Falcon 10 in over a year.  And the takeoff wasn’t pretty. When it’s lightly loaded, the Falcon 10 takes off…  [ Read More ]


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http://www.kingschools.com/?sco=WB&scu=FACEBK01 Born from a Passion for Flying King Schools, Inc. is the world´s leading producer of aviation training videos and computer software. It was first established in 1974, when John and Martha began flying throughout the country to teach ground school courses. A decade later, they began producing video courses in a spare room of their house. Today, King Schools has over 70 employees operating from an 18,000 sq. ft. complex, housing a dedicated video production and duplication facility. In the past 10 years we have delivered more than 2-1/2 million videos with over 4 million hours of video instruction, teaching up to one-half of the instrument students and over one-third of all pilots in the U.S. obtaining training. We are keenly aware of the importance of the work we do. During the time someone is learning to fly, flying is the most important thing in his or her life. We are privileged to play such a significant role in the lives of such committed individuals. We take pride in producing quality work for these special people.
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King Schools2017/11/15 @ 7:02
You will find John's most recent article from Flying Magazine below: This is his account of returning to the Pilot in Command position.
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King Schools2017/11/13 @ 7:59
You will enjoy the video of when The San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce recently honored our Co Founder Martha King. We are truly fortunate to hear Martha's inspirational messages.
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Martha King Receives Women in Leadership Award
This video is from the 15th Annual Women in Leadership Luncheon of the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce. Martha King was honored along with eight wo...
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King Schools2017/11/08 @ 4:29
It's wheels up time the King Schools team as we head to Daytona Beach, FL.
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2017/10/06 @ 0:21
So You want to Fly a drone? Register today for this informative AUVSI webinar with speakers John & Martha @FunFlying https://t.co/zfhm3gArzq
2017/10/03 @ 0:44
“Special Security Instructions” issued over unauthorized drone operations over 10 Department of the Interior (DOI) sites. https://t.co/M0I8994WFs FunFlying photo
2017/09/19 @ 0:08
John & Martha talk w/ Al Malberg of World of Aviation. John & Martha talk medicals & ATC privatization https://t.co/FeKlT4qA8n
2017/09/12 @ 4:07
John and Martha King oppose H.R. 2997 & its ATC privatization plan - Now is the time to Contact Congress and oppose H.R. 2997.