“It's Not Just About the Journey- New Amazing Aviation Destinations for Every Pilot”
Steve Johnson, Recreational Aviation Foundation
The Recreational Aviation Foundation has been successful in keeping the legacy of recreational aviation strong by preserving, maintaining and creating public use recreational and backcountry airstrips nationwide. Steve, a board member for the RAF, will provide unique insights into the world of aviation that the RAF protects and promotes.
Steve Johnson is a technology manager for a large commercial printing company in Kansas City. He started taking flight lessons in 1997 in order to overcome his fear of flying on commercial airliners. A rocky start, including an airplane accident as a low-time pilot, fueled his determination to learn all he could about flying. Now he is a 4,500 hour pilot, a Gold Seal flight instructor, and is a dedicated advocate of aviation and aviation safety. In 2000, Steve bought his first Super Cub. He started SuperCub.org, a website for Super Cub and backcountry aviation enthusiasts. Steve is a board member of the Recreational Aviation Foundation.