“My first really big job, my first international ferry, was moving a Cessna 188 crop-duster from Canada to Belize,” Sarah recalls. When she arrived, she made friends in the local farming community, an enclave of German-speaking Mennonites, which led to several more jobs bringing crop-dusters to Belize. Around that time — 2015 — Sarah realized she was getting more business than she could handle, especially after she took a job flying CRJs for a U.S.-based regional airline. So she started a company, FullThrottle Aviation, and brought on other ferry pilots as independent contractors. Today, she has 15 pilots and is looking to hire more as FullThrottle expands in North, Central and South America — and recently, even Europe.