Lillian J. LeBlanc, who with her husband owned and operated Twin Cities Air Service Inc., has written a collection of true adventures involving CEOs, politicians and just plain nice folks flown to places throughout the Northeast.

Readers will discover what some famous people do in their spare time; learn why Princeton, Maine, is a special place; come to understand the unexpected delights of flying with dogs; and learn the secret of a mysterious zigzagging light in the night sky.

In “The Flight Level Chronicles,” a short-story style book, LeBlanc makes it easy for those unfamiliar with the world of aviation to understand the ins and outs of the air-charter business they operated from the Auburn-Lewiston Airport.

“Air charter is different from airline flying. We were able to really get to know our customers, to build relationships and even friendships with them. It is much more of a people industry than you may think,” LeBlanc said.

“Maine is a simply beautiful state, one we had the pleasure of living in for more than 10 years. It is no wonder why so many of our customers chose to spend their free time here,” she added.

LeBlanc, who has been a pilot since 1978, enjoys writing and has had a long and productive career in the human resources.

“The Flight Level Chronicles” is available in paperback, Kindle or Nook. For more information, visit

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