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Review Habitat™ Collection 17 1/2” High Post Mount
There considerations to take for choosing a good Habitat™ Collection 17 1/2” High Post Mount; the availability of similar products in the market ma...
A Terceira Dimensão - Fotografia Aérea
Palmela é uma vila do Distrito de Setúbal com cerca de 17'400 habitantes e sede de um município com cerca de 63'000. Possui um magnífico castelo, q...
The Pixie Pilot
SMAC085 – When Pigs Fly South BBQ Challenge and Warbird Fly-In
Gary's Flight Journal
Saturday the ladies wanted to shop in Americas Coolest Small Town, Berlin Maryland. I wasn't on board with that and Ted decided to also pass. Inste...
Making the turn for downwind to the fly-in…and a big boom over the HSF
Why flying is rewarding
As any hobby should be, aviation is challenging, interesting, and can be extremely rewarding… in various ways. Mastering flying technique, executin...
Aviation Law Monitor
HEMS Operator Drops Pretense That It's All About Speed
The air ambulance industry has a poor safety record. Most of the industry crashes involve EMS helicopters rather than airplanes. The EM...
Belite Ultralight Blog
Maybe you saw it coming: This blog has moved to a better location...
This blog has moved to an improved location. The first post is here:http://jameswiebe.wordpress.com/2013/08/01/upgrades-to-ultralight-aircraf...
Warplanes Online Community
‘Senior Wish’ Sends Veteran to WWII Museum
Almost seven decades has passed but Abe Shamis has lived with a constant reminder of the day his B-17 was shot down over Austria during World War I...
"Where the h3// have you been?"
Friend Cedarglen's recent comment on this old post has motivated me to at least check in and sort of explain myself. Yes it has been four months, a...
Scott Atkin Hughes
Last week we lost a good friend. I met Scott through the BARF club. He was always on. He always had a smile on his face and ...
TJ's Flying Adventures
My Journey to the Commericial Ticket
“A good pilot is always learning”During my 8 years of flying as an FAA private pilot, I tried my best to stick to this mantra. From flying my...
Surf Air- To Silicon Valley & Beyond
When you have a great idea, it doesn't take much for people to get on board! It's about time ..
Will Operating a Regional Airline Hurt WestJet?
Everyone has probably heard about WestJet’s plans to introduce a new low cost regional carrier by now. By doing so, they will give smaller c...
Dwindling Pilot Population – The Fear
In the last post in this series I discussed some creative financing plans to help people reduce the high upfront cost of getting a pilot license. ...
Wings of the Tern Blog
I mention in my book about my childhood interest in Astronomy. After I lost my initial telescope in a fire during my time in college, I went witho...
Sport SX Debuts
GRT Avionics debuted Sports Sex, Electronic Flight Information Systems (EFIS) for light sport and experimental aircraft. It has features such as EF...
Comments on: A Complex (Airplane) Question
By: Matthew Stibbe
I did my FAA commercial two years ago in Florida. I fly a Cirrus SR22 normally, which I regard as 'complex' because of its sophisticated ...
Daniel H. Bailey's Alaska Flying Blog
50 More Hours and My First Ski Landings
With so much other stuff going on, I haven’t updated my flying blog in quite a long time. That doesn’t mean that I haven’t been f...
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