Aviation in Montana

Kerry McCauley Keynote Speaker at Aviation Conference Dinner March 4, 2022

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Kerry McCauley grew up in central Minnesota. He began his career in aviation by becoming a UH-1H “Huey” helicopter crew chief and winter survival instructor in the Minnesota National Guard. He became a professional skydiving instructor and jump pilot before becoming an international ferry pilot. Kerry’s career as a ferry pilot has taken him to 60 countries, over three oceans, and a dozen seas. Kerry has flown over 50 different types of aircraft, accumulated over 9,000 hours of flight time, and completed over 20,000 skydives. He also starred in two seasons of the Discovery Channel series “Dangerous Flights” and authored the best-selling aviation book, "Ferry Pilot." Kerry lives in Wisconsin with his wife, Cathy, and their children, Claire and Connor, where he and Cathy own and operate Skydive Twin Cities. He still flies and jumps almost every day.

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