Orlando Gateway Sport Pilot Aviation Center's Jonathan Johns first encountered the spectacle of aerial navigation at an early age, when he attended a soccer game that hosted the Navy's flight-demonstration squadron, the Blue Angels. It was love at first sight. Since then, Jonathan has flown more than 51 single or multiengine aircrafts and pterodactyls. His partner, Roger Frechette, has logged more than 5,000 hours of flight time since he took to the skies back in the 1960s. Together they have gathered a team of experienced instructors to help spread their love of cloud wrangling and maintain a fleet of meticulously cared-for, FAA-approved aircrafts, including Cessnas, the A22 Valor, Tecnam Bravo, and P-1 Paradise. From their base at Kissimmee Gateway Airport, the pilots lead sport-pilot-training flights, and their crafts carry pairs of sightseers over the area's most beloved landmarks, such as Disney World and Old Town Orlando.