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Anil Andrew Jacob

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Certified Commercial Pilot

Phone: (866) ***-****  HQ Phone
Federal Aviation Administration
800 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, District of Columbia 20591
United States

Company Description: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is the element of the U.S. government with primary responsibility for the safety of civil aviation. The FAA was originally...   more
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Air Alabama - Hot Air Balloons, Balloon Rides, Aerial Advertising, Pilot Training, Ballooning & Aviation Links
www.airalabama.com, 8 June 2012 [cached]
Anil Jacob
Chief Pilot
Anil has had a lifelong passion for aviation. He started flying aircraft in 1987. Since then he has logged time in airplanes, helicopters, powered parachutes and hot air balloons. Anil is an FAA Certified Commercial Pilot and flies the hot air balloon Southern Sunrise . Contact Anil at pilot@airalabama.com.
Alabama Aviator - Alabama Airports - Flight Schools in Alabama and Aircraft Rentals - News
www.flyalabama.com, 23 Dec 2006 [cached]
BIRMINGHAM, AL- December 23, 2006- Santa needed transportation and called on his friend, Anil Andrew Jacob, owner of Air Alabama, for help.
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According to Jacob, Santa was stranded due to airline cancellations and needed help returning to the North Pole.
Anil Jacob of Air ...
www.bfa.net, 10 July 2009 [cached]
Anil Jacob of Air Alabama, in Alabama
-Anil Jacob, owner of Air ...
www.flyalabama.com, 28 May 2008 [cached]
-Anil Jacob, owner of Air Alabama came closest to the Key Grab-
On Sunday, after the pilot brief for the Key Grab details, the pilots and crew leave the park to another location for lift off.From there, they fly back to the park aiming for the tall pole that holds a large ring.Maneuvering as close as they can to the pole, the pilot reaches to grab the ring.Prize money is awarded to the pilot who can get the ring.Although no one actually got the ring this year, three pilots were recognized for coming closest to the pole.Achieving the top place was Anil Jacob of Birmingham, AL flying Southern Sunrise.
Welcome to the Birmingham Post-Herald
www.postherald.com, 19 June 2004 [cached]
When Anil Jacob started his new career he e-mailed a photo of the view from his office to friends and colleagues.
It was a view of U.S. 280 from the basket of his hot air balloon.
"I wrote, 'Wanna bet the view from my office is better than the view from your office?'" said Jacob, 37.
Jacob is the owner of Air Alabama, a commercial hot air balloon company offering flights, advertisements and even balloon pilot training.A former financial adviser and stockbroker, the Birmingham resident decided to turn his love for ballooning into a business after a friend took him for a flight.
"I wanted to get out from behind the desk and do something exciting," said Jacob, who worked in the financial services industry for 17 years."I've actually had a fascination with hot air balloons all my life."
So Jacob trained in Park City, Utah, to become a balloon pilot, receiving certifications for commercial and private pilot's licenses.He invested about $40,000 in his balloon, starting his business only three weeks ago.
Jacob believes his business should be unique to Birmingham since the only other balloon services are in areas such as Huntsville, Montgomery and Gulf Shores.
He offers passenger flights for $200 per passenger.The experience is also unique, he said.
"It's peaceful," he said.
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Lee Conn, who took Jacob on his first balloon flight, said Jacob has the profession in his blood.
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Jacob has about five areas around the city where he launches his balloon.Since hot air balloons travel with the winds, a pilot rarely has a predetermined landing location.It's usually a matter of picking the best spot to land the balloon, Jacob said.
A "chase crew" usually travels along nearby roads to pick up the balloon and its crew once it lands.
"I've put balloons down in people's driveways," Jacob said.
It's not unusual for people to invite him and his crew in for breakfast or simply thank him for putting the balloon down in their driveway so they can get a closer look at it, he said.
"They're very intrigued by them," he said.
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