Henry R. Lehrer

Henry R. Lehrer is an airline transport-rated pilot (jet type-rating) and certified flight instructor (instrument and multi-engine), with over 3,000 hours of flight time. He also has over fifty years of education experience, including both teaching and administration. Lehrer has guided students ranging from elementary schoolchildren to professionals completing advanced graduate degrees. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in secondary education and a PhD in higher education administration. As well as writing numerous journal articles, book chapters, and professional papers, he has founded and edited several refereed scholarly journals in the aviation field. The author spent a significant part of his life along the pathway that was the Transcontinental Airway, the air corridor that stretched from New York City through Cleveland, Chicago, Omaha, Salt Lake City, Reno, and terminated in San Francisco.

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