Flight Level Blogs

It’s been one of the more quiet weeks in the land of airport news. Generally this means less delays have occurred, which of course is a good ...
Back in August I chartered a Beneteau 43-foot sailboat for five days out of Marina del Rey in Los Angeles with Dawn, my little brother Steve, and f...
Happy Valentine's Day everyone!Let's switch gears for a second and incorporate some RED into today's post.  Enjoy the photos!
Should you be experiencing difficulty in finding a finance company who is willing to provide you with finance because you have a bad past in regard...
We are based at Toronto Pearson, and having flown into YYZ for the past 8 years, the approaches are pretty familiar.  This is one of the more ...
The Frequent Flyer Club: Your Chance To Earn Free Trips Earning Benefits For Each Time That You Fly Receiving benefits for flying is a wonderful i...
A collection of some new photos. Almost 737-800 endorsed... thanks for reading..A
The delivery of the 747-8 Intercontinental – Boeing’s largest and most recognizable commercial airplane – caps a development d...
One of the best things about being a pilot is the ability to take friends flying. It’s wonderful to see their smiles when they first take com...
Position: 100 miles south of KMSPAltitude: 37,000 feetGroundspeed: 515 knots (592 mph)Equipment: A320 V2500-A5 enginesPax-on-Board: 150 + 2 jumpers...
On Monday, September 29, I completed a lifetime quest of visiting all 50 states by chasing ghosts at Brunswick Executive Airport (BXM), the former ...
You might have noticed that since last week nothing new has been posted here anymore. It's because I was getting ready the all new Flightstory webs...