About Jack Herstam
Jack is an airline pilot in the United States. He previously worked as a flight instructor, where he discovered a passion for teaching about every topic related to flight, as well as mentoring prospective pilots. With a degree in Political Science, Ethnic Studies, and Philosophy from Santa Clara University, Jack is delighted to share his passion through writing with Simple Flying.
An age-old method for modern aviation.
More time is made-up on the ground than in the air.
A handful of observations about plane movies.
Understanding the game of schedule tetris.
Ensuring harmony between sender and receiver.
Why 90 days off is the magic number.
Looking at the advantages of a technologically evolved flight deck.
The reason why pilots' unions limit regional jets to 76 seats.
One of the many aspects of flight that pilots must stay on top of.
Determining a pilot's fitness to fly.
Keeping time as time flies.