Well, that is sort of a question that has no good answer. But, maybe this is a good resolution for 2015. And I would like to offer some thoughts that might help you keep such a resolution.
If I told you that you needed to learn a power setting and pitch setting and configuration for every phase of flight, you would think that your work load just increased dramatically. But actually, that knowledge, along with the realization…
Added by AircraftOwner Online on February 17, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
I cradled Coco, a slight emaciated sienna and white female pit bull, and loaded her and her litter into the back of N811GW, a Cessna 182T. This doggy family was remarkably calm given what they’ve gone through.
Coco was found huddling with her seven puppies under a trailer in Alvarado, Texas. After a quick phone call,…Continue
Added by AircraftOwner Online on February 3, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
I flew a Rearwin Cloudster from the thirties back around 1948, but learned to fly in a Piper J3 on floats in 1947 and soloed in 4:45 . That was about 32,000 hours ago . However I flew for the airlines for 36 years in DC-3 thru Boeing 727. Received the FAA Master Pilot award around three years ago. I will take a flight review this week to fly Light Sport as I'm only 86.
Added by Robert Kaplan on February 2, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments