AVIATORS UNLIMITED & JOHNNY WHITE
Call JOHNNY @ 276-614-0412 or just click here  

                                          
                                                          
  AVIATORS UNLIMITED AND JOHNNY WHITE                             

"It is my passion to pass on the skills and knowledge I have acquired and perfected over the years to those that love
flying an Airplane and desire to be and "AVIATOR"!

I like the word "Aviator" and think there should never be a limit on how good one's "Stick & Rudder Skills" should be nor
what an "Aviator" can accomplish so I formed  Aviators Unlimited to provide custom, top quality Flight Training so that you
can learn the proper skills to pilot an airplane of any type safely. Whether for pleasure or professional purposes. I want to
teach you the "Art" of flying an Aeroplane by teaching you the best "Stick & Rudder and Seat of Your Pants" aircraft control
skills so you can fly any type airplane safe and competently for sport, recreational or Professionally.
I teach Aerobatics, Advanced Spin, Emergency Maneuver Recovery and Upset training in a Pitts Special  Extra EA 300.
I am an Air Show performer doing intense solo aerobatics in a Extra & Pitts S2C and a hair raising Comedy Act in a Piper J3
Cub. If you want to be
Thrilled and Entertained with Awe and Laughter, I can do it my Extra or PITTS SPECIAL and J3 Cub
either in your Air show or Corporate outing. I performed my first Air show In 1973 in a J3 Cub and am still doing it today as
"Baron Von Ground Loop"!  
If you own an Aerobatic / Antique / Classic airplane and want it maintained, repaired or modified I will make it safe and
pretty. I also provide maintenance education to care for Sport Aerobatic Type Aircraft.  See my Maintenance page for details
and my new 60 X 60 Hangar facility.                      
                                                        
                                                                   A LITTLE ABOUT JOHNNY WHITE

I started learning to fly in 1967 and was taught by a "Aviator" who had many thousand hours of Tail Wheel, Aerobatic,
Military (WWII) Corporate and Airline type aircraft experience. These type Pilots are all but gone from aviation today due to
their age and the era they learned their art, but they were the best and they learned with "Stick & Rudder" and "By the Seat
of Their Pants" in Cubs, Champs, Taylorcrafts, Stearmans, Waco's and many other great "Stick & Rudder", Tail wheel type
airplanes.
My father was my instructor and one of those Aviators. "Thanks Dad, I will try to carry it on." He taught me the same way
starting at the age of twelve and in a 1956 Cessna 180.   I soloed in that Cessna 180 and still have it today.
I graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in March 1972. I have an ATP with six type ratings, CFI II ME ,
Ground Instructor Advanced & Instrument, Master Instructors MCFI-A, Aircraft & Power plant Mechanic with Inspection
Authorization. I have over 31000 hours in 253 different aircraft from Ultralights to Transport Jets. More importantly Cubs,
Champs, Luscombes, Acrosport, Great Lakes, Skybolt, Waco, Stearmans and the ultimate Biplane, the "Pitts Special",
models S1C, S1S, S2A & E, S2B and the latest and greatest the S2C and now the Extra EA 300. Lots of accident free,
Aerobatic and Tail Wheel hours.
I have built, repaired and maintained Sport, Antique/Classic and Aerobatic airplanes since 1972. I love wood, steel tubes,
fabric and tail wheel airplanes. Composite too.

KNOWLEDGE

SKILL

EXPERIENCE

DESIRE

LOVE OF
AVIATION

TRAITS OF AN
"ARTIST"

BE ONE!
James Franklin White
My Father & Aviator
ARMY AIRCORP
INSTRUCTOR           1941
"OLE STICK & RUDDER"
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            276-614-0412   24648 OLD SOUTH WAY  ABINGDON, VA.
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First J3 Cub 100HP Air Show Airplane
Fifth J3 Cub and still doing Air Shows
JOHNNY HAS EARNED HIS MASTER CFI AEROBATIC
ACCREDITATION
 FROM MASTER INSTRUCTORS LLC
SOME AIRPLANES JOHNNY HAS OWNED.
Wonder why Johnny smiles so much?
Get him close to an airplane and it just happens!
Elrey B. Jeppesen, "A Pilot is a technician, an Aviator is someone in love with Flight."