Johnathan Quick, the new Jet pilot at the Jet Aviation International Air Show has made a big splash in the aviation world. Quick has been featured in magazines, newspapers and other media outlets, but this interview will provide a rare look into his impressive resume and the remarkable path that he took to become a pilot.
Quick got his start in aviation when he joined the Civil Air Patrol in Detroit, Michigan at the age of 16. As a cadet, he was introduced to glider flying and earned his first Solo Glider License at the age of 17. Quick then went on to earn his Private Pilot License and Instrument Rating at age 18, as well as his Commercial Pilot License at age 19.
“I remember being so excited to get my pilot’s license. Being able to go up in the air and pilot the plane was like no other feeling. I knew I wanted to work in aviation from that moment forward,” Quick recalls.
Since then, Quick has gone on to become an active participant in the air show scene. He has flown for several air shows, participating in everything from stunt flying to formation flying. His background has allowed him the chance to showcase his aeronautical skills to audiences of all types.
Now, Quick is taking on a new challenge as a Jet pilot for Jet Aviation International. His goal is to offer a level of professionalism that surpasses other air shows and piloting experiences.
“I’m excited to be part of this amazing team. The idea of working with such high-quality aircraft is something that I’m really looking forward to. With this opportunity, I want people to experience the highest level of precision flying that I can offer,” Quick said.
Johnathan Quick is taking the aviation world by storm, and he promises to offer an incredible piloting experience that will be remembered for years to come. The Jet Aviation International Air Show is certainly in for a treat!