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Nick Schvabenitz

President, CTO

Formal Education

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL

B.S.,Technical Management

A.S., Aeronautics

Community College of The Air Force, Maxwell AFB, AL

A.S., Aircraft Maintenance Technology

Airman Certificates and Ratings

  • Airline Transport Pilot: Airplane Multi-Engine Land

  • Type Ratings: ERJ-170/190

  • Commercial Privileges: Airplane Single-Engine Land, Instrument

  • Certified Flight Instructor: Airplane Single-Engine Land, Instrument, AGI, IGI

  • Remote Pilot: Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS)

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My Story

Hello, I'm Nick Schvabenitz, known for my steadfast devotion to the worlds of aviation, technology, and entrepreneurship. My deep-seated commitment lies in assisting individuals as they navigate complex challenges, paving the way for innovative solutions to flourish.

In the U.S. Air Force, every aircraft I touched, every mission I was a part of, was marked by a silent vow of excellence. The roles varied, from a meticulous C-130 Aerospace Maintenance Technician to administrative assignments, but the constant was a deepening reverence for the art of flight, an unyielding pursuit of aviation mastery.

FlightCog's inception in 2014 marked a significant milestone. It wasn’t just the birth of an information services company but a personal transformation—a testament to self-reliance, ingenuity, and the audacity to dream beyond conventional realms. With every innovation, every technological integration, I saw FlightCog not just grow but evolve, mirroring my own journey of continual learning and adaptation.

The chapter of being a flight instructor enriched not just my professional journey but touched something profound within. Every lesson imparted, every novice pilot's eyes lighting up at the magic of their first flight, underscored the intrinsic connection between teaching and the pure, unbridled passion for aviation.

Yet, it was the transition into the world of charter aviation and subsequently stepping into the esteemed role of an airline captain that added nuanced layers to my journey. Each flight was more than a physical journey; it was an exploration of self, an intimate dance between the discipline ingrained through years of military service and the free spirit of an aviator.

As I donned the hat of a 121 airline captain, the skies were not just a workplace but a world of endless exploration and learning. Yet, amidst the exhilarating heights and the roars of the turbofan engines, there was a silent pull towards uncharted territories, an unyielding desire for innovation, creativity, and autonomy.

In the wake of COVID-19, both the world and I entered a period of pause. This hiatus offered a reflective space where past paths and future horizons intersected. I realized my career as an airline pilot had overshadowed a deeper, spiritual need, illuminated by Matthew 5:3. This pause became a dual journey - a reevaluation of my professional aspirations and a deep dive into spiritual awakening. FlightCog, too, transformed, emerging not just as a hub for aviation excellence but a reflection of a balanced journey of skill mastery and spiritual fulfillment in unison.

Today, as FlightCog propels into the future, it’s powered by the collective echoes of a journey rich in diverse experiences, learnings, and an unwavering commitment to pushing boundaries. It stands as a testament to a narrative where every flight undertaken, every technology integrated, and every pilot trained, is a chapter of a story where aviation is not just taught but lived, breathed, and endlessly cherished.

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