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Paul A. Craig is a Professor of Aerospace at Middle Tennessee State University. He earned the Doctor of Education degree, holds the Airline Transport Pilot Certificate, and the Gold Seal Flight Instructor Certificate for Instrument, Multiengine and Seaplane. Craig is the author of numerous books, curriculum and journal articles on flight training and air safety. He is a two-time FAA District Flight Instructor of the Year and frequent speaker at pilot seminars. Craig worked with NASA on research pertaining to flight training in Technically Advanced Aircraft and won the 2005 NASA "Turning Goals into Reality" award. Craig won the 2004 University Aviation Association's Wheatley Award given yearly since the 1960s to the nation's most outstanding aviation educator. Craig is an active FAA Check Instructor, and currently works as a consultant and curriculum writer for Cirrus Design.

Listen to Paul Craig discuss The Pilot's Manual: Access to Flight in this "Finer Points" Podcast.

As well as co-authoring The Pilot's Manual: Access to Flight for ASA, Paul Craig is the other of several books, including: Controlling Pilot Error – Situational Awareness, The Killing Zone, Pilot in Command, Multiengine Flying (3rd Edition), Light Airplane Navigation Essentials, and Be a Better Pilot: Making the Right Decisions.