Job Recommendation Letter

To Whom It May Concern:

I am pleased to recommend Ms. Patty Piper as a pilot/crew member for your organization. I met Ms. Patty Piper at the Kraemer Aviation Flight Academy in Germantown, MD when she was training for her Private Pilot Certificate. She had completed her Private Pilot certificate and Instrument Rating within a few months and had acquired all the required hours for her Commercial certificate within six months. I was her Designated Pilot Examiner for her Commercial Pilot Certificate.

Ms. Patty Piper is exceptionally talented, extremely motivated and has some impressive accomplishments beyond aviation. More on the accomplishments here. This mental and physical discipline is apparent in her flying skills as well. As her Designated Pilot Examiner for her Commercial Certificate and I found her preparation for the checkride to be exemplary. She had obviously studied very well and could answer all the questions, without hesitation. Her performance on the maneuvers was equally exemplary– remarkably smooth and exact for someone with her hours. She will excel in her aviation career.

As a 10,000 plus hour flight instructor and Designated Pilot Examiner, I can see that Ms. Patty Piper is a talented aviator. She is motivated, driven, and determined to succeed in her aviation career as an airline pilot.

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Ms. Patty Piper has been on the fast-track in getting her aviation credentials. Her goal is realistic: she has been raised on aviation and has the drive and intelligence to complete her plan. I believe that Ms. Patty Piper is a well-balanced, mature, extraordinarily talented young lady who truly will be an asset to your organization and to the aviation profession.

Harry Kraemer
Designated Pilot Examiner

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