Lawrence “Pete” Lehmann: Chief Pilot

Lawrence “Pete” Lehmann: Chief Pilot2020-03-04T17:03:35+00:00

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Lawrence “Pete” Lehmann: Chief Pilot

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Our Chief Pilot, Lawrence “Pete” Lehmann, is a record holding pilot who holds a CFI, CFI-G, MEI, and Commercial rating. In 2002, Pete set a world record for the longest hang glider flight to a declared goal when he flew this Wills Wing Talon 150 a distance of 516.2 km (321 miles) from Zapata, Texas, to Big Lake, Texas. Lehmann’s 9-hour goal flight, which he had to declare before taking off, exceeded the previous record by 16.1 km (10 miles). He reached a maximum altitude of 2,736 m (9,000 ft) above sea level.


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