Michael Jonga
Michael Jonga
As I take a look at my journey in Aviation, I've come to realise that you can't fall in love with just one part of the sky. You either embrace it all or not at all. When you deal with 'dusk' prepare to face 'dawn'. When you go through pockets of fog, rain, crosswinds, storms and turbulence, just beyond them is a sea of clear skies. The crucial aspect is how you handle these natural cycles because you can't have one without the other. Such is the Aviation Industry, you either embrace it all or not at all and with the way the industry is structured It's impossible to have just one piece of it and stay away from the rest.
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