From Our Editors
The white wings of the FPNA A22 Valor slice through clouds as they soar high above the Georgia wilderness. With a cruising speed of 100 miles per hour, the small, agile plane is ideally suited for new pilots. Having already been trained on the ground, these pilots feel pretty comfortable behind the controls, but there's something to be said for the rush of steering an actual plane for the first time. Adding to that rush is the fact that both of the plane's doors can remain open during the flight, allowing in crisp air and skydiving hitchhikers. Atmosphere Aviation's team of professional instructors trains students at any level of experience, so you can come back after your first flight to hone your piloting chops or rent a plane for a joyride through the sky.