Linda Finch

Linda Finch is a businesswoman born in San Antonio, Texas, in 1951. She was an operator of nursing homes and health care facilities in Texas, and presently managers a weight loss clinic in North Carolina. Finch also is an aviatrix and an aviation historian. She has totally restored six vintage aircraft and partially restored many others. Finch has over 20 year’s experience in the acquisition, restoration, maintenance and flying of historic vintage aircraft.

Linda Finch states that the most important lesson she learned during World Flight is that "We all have the power to change the world. We don't set out goals high enough, and we can make a real difference, for ourselves and others." After her World Flight, Linda experienced personal tragedies and challenges that ultimately taught her, "You can still have your dreams, despite the adversity and problems of real lives." Finch struggled personally with a weight gain, and ultimately combined the knowledge and ideas of several physicians to produce a weight loss program that really works. Finch has begun to use World Flight, Inc. to combat the plague of obesity and related disease. You can find her program at healthyweightlossworks.com.[[U 20:50, 9 March 2013 (UTC)<Linda Finch>

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Linda Finch - World Flight 1997 - Recreation of Historic Flight
... Finch’s recreated flight began from Oakland International Airport at Oakland, California, on March 17, 1997 ... Finch’s flight took 10 weeks to complete as she flew in increments of eight hours to 18 hours at a time on average ... the flight path of Amelia Earhart, Finch closely followed the same route that Earhart flew, stopping at 36 way-points in 18 countries before finishing the trip two and a half ...

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