In 20 years of piloting, Perry Barinowski has flown sports legends and Hollywood stars, but at the corporate level, he says, there's little glamor to flying on "private" planes. "When people think of corporate aviation, they think all these CEOs are vacationing in Paris on the stockholders' money," says Barinowsky, who flies a 30-year-old Piper under the auspices of his own company, AirStat. "But most of what occurs is business." Though he loves flying, Barinowski says he won't push his sons to follow in his steps. "I want them to learn an instrument, play a sport and solo an airplane," he says. "What they do after that, we'll see."