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Helping to fill the bucket list

As a pilot, we are often asked to take people flying, sometimes it works out, other times it doesn’t but when it does, it can turn into a rewarding experience for both the pilot and the passenger, especially when that passenger has never flown in a small aircraft.

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Flying with my son

My Son Steven and I have now logged about 6 flights and I figured it was time to do a bit of writing on the subject. From about the time my son became old enough to hold a toy airplane he has been fascinated with flying. Sometimes I think he ...

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Flying with firearms? Check out this guide from Lucy Gunner

A while ago Lucky Gunner sent me a link to this site. At the time, I wasn't considering the possibility of owning a firearm but things have changed and I have added a new hobby to my life.

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Commercial Pilot Check Ride

After two long years of on and off flight training, I finally earned my commercial pilots license!

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My 4 year old son’s first flight lesson

Come along with me and my 4 year old son on a little flight lesson in a Cessna 172sp

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PBS Carrier – Landing on a pitching deck

PBS Carrier - Landing on a pitching deck

From the PBS documentary series "Carrier" - Rites of Passage. Navy pilots landing aboard the USS Nimitz during rough seas in the Pacific at night.

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Scenic New York City Flight With Todd of My Flight Blog.com

After talking with Todd of My Flight Blog dot com a few times I decided to offer up one of my NYC Skyline flights. He mentioned that he had done it once before, but I knew it wasn't "my" NYC Skyline flight. As mentioned in some of my earier posts ...

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IFR checkride

I have been working on my IFR rating for about a year now and after a few months of pretty intensive training I went for my IFR check ride with my DPE (FAA Designated Pilot Examiner). My first step was to sign up for the IFR ground school at American Flyers ...

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Matt Younkin Twin Beech Airshow in-flight video

Check out this awesome video of Matt Younkin during his airshow performance at Hamilton in the Beech 18. I have always loved watching him doing his thing and now thanks to LearnToFlyCA we can see what it's like to fly along with Matt during one of his shows.

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IFR flight to Niagara Falls 2011

Flight log 9/11/2011 (with HD Video) IFR flight to Niagara Falls in the 182RG. This time we would have to contend with some IFR conditions and weather decisions.

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Deadly Failure?

Check out this great lesson on loss of control in IMC conditions from Pilot Workshops and enter to win a Bose headset!

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Pilot Professionalism by Robert Sumalt NTSB (Video)

Pilot Professionalism by Robert Sumalt of the NTSB at the University of North Dakota. It's a bit long but well worth the time. A must watch for any pilot weather you fly a Boeing 747 or a Piper Cub.

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Space Shuttle Discovery final mission Dulles (HD Video)

On Tuesday 4/17/2012 Stephen T, Neal and I flew the 182RG down to Dulles to witness the arrival of Space Shuttle Discovery atop the modified 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. Truly a sight I will not soon forget!

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Deadly Failure?

bosea20Check out this great lesson on loss of control in IMC conditions from Pilot Workshops and enter to win a Bose headset!

What happens when a simple piece of equipment fails in your airplane in low IMC? As you’ll see, it can quickly lead to a life-or-death situation. Watch the video below and take this IFR challenge. See if you can make the right decision and regain control of this flight.

Link to the lesson. Enjoy and good luck! http://www.pilotworkshop.com/video/failure

Lainey’s first airplane ride

I was watching an instructional video on Sporty’s and they mentioned this video. I thought it was good enough to share with the rest of you. Lainey’s first airplane ride!
Enjoy.

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EAA AirVenture 2013 highlight video

A little music video I put together highlighting our trip to EAA AirVenture 2013.

Check it out and please leave your comments.

Thanks!

EAA reacts to FAA announcement on medical certificate rulemaking

FAA-MedicalCertificate-0112aAgency announces initiative after strong EAA/AOPA push on exemption, legislation

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. — (April 2, 2014) — The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is calling the Federal Aviation Administration’s announcement to begin a formal rulemaking process on expanding medical self-certification for pilots a good initial step, and supports any initiatives to modernize the aviation medical certification system for recreational flying. Read the rest of this entry »

Commercial Pilot Check Ride

IMG_1635Finally, after almost two years of on and off training I passed my commercial pilot check ride.

A brief history:
As my friend Lou would say; ” So Mikey, why are you getting your commercial pilots license?”
The first answer that comes to mind (from the right brain) is that I have always enjoyed providing the service of air transport Read the rest of this entry »

MV-22 OSPREY CONFIRMED FOR EAA AIRVENTURE OSHKOSH 2014

AIR_MV-22_Osprey_Tilting_Rotor_lgAnother cool addition to this years show.
EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. — (February 21, 2014) — The U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey, one of the world’s most unique military aircraft, will return to the EAA® AirVenture® OshkoshTM fly-in in 2014. The MV-22 will be on display at the event and also give demonstrations of its unique flying capabilities.EAA AirVenture 2014, the 62nd annual convention of the Experimental Aircraft Association, will take place July 28-August 3 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh.The Osprey is making its first appearance at Oshkosh since 2010. This appearance, however, is the first time the aircraft will perform its full Level III flight demonstration at the event. It is making only nine such air show appearances in the U.S. this year. According to the U.S. Marine Corps website, the Osprey has the speed and range of a turboprop aircraft, the maneuverability of a helicopter and the ability to carry 24 Marine combat troops twice as fast and five times farther than previous helicopters. Commenting on its advanced expeditionary capabilities and staggering operational reach, a top Marine commander went as far as to say it turned his battle space “from the size of Texas into the size of Rhode Island.

“The MV-22, which first flew in 1989, is designed for a variety of uses that include expeditionary assault and raids, cargo lift, and special warfare operations. Its tilt-rotor design allows both vertical takeoff and landing operations as well as short-field takeoff and landing capabilities. The Osprey can also be refueled in flight.Exact arrival, demonstration and departure dates for the aircraft at Oshkosh will be announced as they are finalized. The Osprey’s appearance continues EAA AirVenture’s long tradition of bringing aircraft from across the aviation spectrum, from the smallest ultralight to the largest transport, to “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.”About EAA AirVenture OshkoshEAA AirVenture Oshkosh is “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration” and EAA’s yearly membership convention. Additional EAA AirVenture information, including advance ticket and camping purchase, is available online at www.airventure.org. EAA members receive lowest prices on admission rates. For more information on EAA and its programs, call 1-800-JOIN-EAA (1-800-564-6322) or visit www.eaa.org. Immediate news is available at www.twitter.com/EAAupdate.

U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds to perform at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014

110508-F-9616R-1084.jpgSome exciting news from EAA.

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. — (Dec. 5, 2013) —
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, one of the world’s premier military jet teams, has scheduled an appearance at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration,” as part of its 2014 flying schedule. Read the rest of this entry »

Sean Tucker Living With Passion

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Sean D Tucker Living With Passion.
This man and people like him keep me focused on what I need to do in my life. Positively inspiring!

A behind the scenes look at Sean D. Tucker. A film by Director Brandon Hess and Producer Tara Tucker, filmed at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

Shell Announces Lead Free Option to 100LL Avgas

Shell_Aviation_Lab_2As you are probably aware, the 100LL issue has been plaguing the general aviation industry for years. With the threat of additional EPA regulations on the horizon this product couldn’t come fast enough. Unfortunately, we will have to wait a bit longer as the new product will be subject to “a strict regulatory approvals process” that will likely take a year or more.

Shell’s new lead-free formulation comes after 10 years of exhaustive R&D, as well as successful initial testing, carried out in the last two months by two original equipment manufacturers.

Xinsheng (Sheng) Zhang, Vice-President of Shell Aviation, said: “We are proud of this first for Shell Aviation. This advanced product is the latest milestone in our long history of innovation. We believe that with industry support, a stringent approvals process can be completed for this new lead-free product within a short time-frame. We look forward to working alongside our technical partners and authorities to progress the necessary approvals needed to make this product a reality for use in light aircraft engines of all types.”  Read the rest of this entry »

Flying to EAA AirVenture 2013 full length video

Video of our flight to EAA AirVenture 2013.Screen Shot 2013-08-13 at 11.30.17 PM

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Learning lessons the hard way. Commercial Pilot Checkride gone bad

IMG_1635My life has been a bit of a blur lately. First it was my signoff for the commercial flight test back in June. Followed by examiner availability issues, then an annual inspection for the aircraft.

At the same time I needed to prepare for our flight to Oshkosh for EAA AirVenture 2013. I needed an Instrument Proficiency Check and to change channels back to my IFR cross-country flying methods (no lazy eights en-route).

I finally gave up on scheduling the examiner that my school normally uses and decided to call my local DE with whom I did my Instrument flight test.

We booked the test at first for last week, then moved it twice for weather but finally it all came together –or so I thought-.  Read the rest of this entry »

EAA AirVenture recap video by SLICK

He has done it again! Another great video from our friend SLICK.Screen Shot 2013-08-13 at 11.30.17 PM Read the rest of this entry »

Last moments of East Haven CT plane crash captured on LiveATC.net

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As I was walking back from lunch I heard about a plane crash in CT. Being a pilot, I naturally had some interest in the story.

Here is what I have be able to find so far.

According to a Fox News  report, the FAA said that the aircraft originated from Teterboro KTEB in NJ and crashed as it approached Tweed New Haven Airport at 11:25.

With that information I pulled the latest flights from TEB to HVN and I found N16322 Read the rest of this entry »

Beechcraft Secures Largest General Aviation Propeller Aircraft Order in History, Valued at $1.4 Billion

imageBeechcraft Secures Largest General Aviation Propeller Aircraft Order in History, Valued at $1.4 Billion

Deal includes up to 105 King Air 350i aircraft and associated maintenance services for Wheels Up, a new private aviation membership company, formed by Marquis Jet founder

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Commercial pilot training update: 6/24/2013

IMG_1635This update comes with some good news and some “not so good” news.

The good news is that my CFI was happy with my performance and signed me off for the check ride after our flight on Monday. The bad news is that we soon discovered that the airplane would not be available until some time next week (7/1 – 7/7) for the check ride. Read the rest of this entry »

Commercial Pilot training update 6/21/13: The final stretch.

Steep TurnSo here we are. After the “ups and downs” of my commercial pilot training, my CFI has given me the go-ahead and feels that I am just about ready for the check ride. No pressure.

We flew yesterday and I showed improvement with my last two maneuvers -lazy eights and eights on pylons-.

The lazy eights to the left look great, but the Read the rest of this entry »

Commercial Flight Maneuvers practice 6/1/2013

IMG_1547So, in this video I thought I “had it”. Good news is, I now know that I didn’t “have it nailed” but I have a better idea of what I was doing wrong.

It’s a learning process. You know you are close to mastery when you can “see” what you are really doing wrong. Read the rest of this entry »

Sun ‘N Fun 2013 here we come!

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Good news, looks like I will get a sneak peek of summer next week. I will be attending Sun ‘n Fun in Lakeland Florida for the first time. Unfortunately, I will be flying commercial this time. Don’t worry, AirVenture 2013 is already booked. Read the rest of this entry »

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh adds second night airshow

night airshowIT’S TWICE AS GOOD: EAA AIRVENTURE OSHKOSH 2013 ADDS SECOND NIGHT AIR SHOW

Evening performances on Wednesday and Saturday in 2013

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. — (March 21, 2013) — The EAA AirVenture Oshkosh night air show, one of the most popular additions to “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration” lineup over the past quarter-century, will be even bigger in 2013 with the addition of a second night show scheduled for Wednesday, July 31.

“The additional night show is being scheduled this year in response to those EAA members and AirVenture attendees who said they missed this phenomenal event because they came to Oshkosh earlier in the week,” said Jim DiMatteo, EAA’s vice president of AirVenture features and attractions. “We talked with the participating performers and they’re just as excited to have an additional opportunity to fly the twilight show here as the thousands who have enjoyed it each year.” Read the rest of this entry »

Flying the Dassault Falcon 7X FAA FFS Level D simulator

Mike Bennett flying the Falcon 7xThe call that I had been waiting for finally came. It was my Falcon pilot friend (who will go unnamed for this story). He was scheduled for his 12 month check flight in the Falcon 7X and invited me to stop by for some free flight time.

I cleared it with the boss, left work early and headed up to CAE. Once I arrived he escorted me to the simulator. As we got closer, I have to admit I was a bit intimidated. I had been away from flying for a little while due to other financial needs and wasn’t even IFR current or proficient in my Cessna 172, never mind a jet! NO PRESSURE. Read the rest of this entry »

Flying with firearms? Check out this guide from Lucy Gunner

ammobaggage-1024x678General Aviation Guide to Flying with Guns and Ammo

A while ago Lucky Gunner sent me a link to this site. At the time, I wasn’t considering the possibility of owning a firearm but things have changed and I have added a new hobby to my life.

That being said, I live in NJ so that means waiting over 3 months for the paperwork to go through.

Check out the video and their site. Read the rest of this entry »

Commercial Pilot Training Session 1

Hello fellow aviators,

It’s been a little while since I posted a flight log but the good news is that I have been flying.

Last month after my flight to Lou’s (cost a small fortune by the way) I started working on my Commercial flight maneuvers with a CFII friend of mine who has been encouraging me to get my CPL for over a year. Read the rest of this entry »

Matt Younkin Twin Beech Airshow in-flight video

Check out this awesome video of Matt Younkin during his airshow performance at Hamilton in the Beech 18. I have always loved watching him doing his thing and now thanks to LearnToFlyCA we can see what it’s like to fly along with Matt during one of his shows. Read the rest of this entry »

Dinner flight with Lou

 

Out of the blue, I responded to Lou’s Facebook post about flying the Dakota on Saturday morning. His description of the flight was tempting. Clear smooth sky’s with great aircraft performance thanks to cool temperatures on this crisp fall day.

I was working from home on a cutover and wasn’t thinking about flying. I offered to come up and see him “soon” thinking that I would fly up some time next week. Just then, my wife commented “when are you leaving?” Read the rest of this entry »

Helping to fill the bucket list

As a pilot, we are often asked to take people flying, sometimes it works out, other times it doesn’t but when it does, it can turn into a rewarding experience for both the pilot and the passenger, especially when that passenger has never flown in a small aircraft. Read the rest of this entry »

Flying to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2012

For those of you who haven’t had the opportunity to experience AirVenture (aka Oshkosh) you may wonder why so many of us attend year after year. Well for me, AirVenture is a little different every year, and this would be my fourth year in a row. I guess there is something alluring about spending a week with thousands of aviators from all walks of life. We are, after all, a relatively small percentage of the population and as you might expect, you tend to make a friend or two. If I had to list just one thing that brings me back year after year it is just that. You tend to meet some great people at Oshkosh! Read the rest of this entry »

GA News: Pilot’s Bill of Rights Signed Into Law

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), a member of the Senate General Aviation Caucus and certified flight instructor with more than 10,000 flight hours, today announced that his Pilot’s Bill of Rights (S.1335) has been officially signed into law. Inhofe has worked to pass the legislation for the past year.  In the Senate where the bill enjoyed co-sponsorship by 65 other Senators, the measure passed by unanimous consent in June.  The House passed the measure by a voice voteRead the rest of this entry »

COMMEMORATIVE AIR FORCE CHANGING THE FACE OF WARBIRD AVIATION

Oshkosh, Wisconsin (July 25, 2012) – Aviation is faced with many challenges, and the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) has become a leader in the effort to effect change in the industry. Over the past few years, the CAF has worked to diversify its membership by recruiting a broader range of members. Through organizational focus and marketing efforts, the CAF and warbird aviation have begun to see a change in the ranks of enthusiasts. Read the rest of this entry »

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Flight Planning 2012

Once again, I am planning my yearly trek to Oshkosh WI for EAA AirVenture. After the 15 hour drive last year I decided that if I was going at all I would fly even if it was solo.

This year will also be a bit different for me as this is my first time attending an event as an official member of the “media”. My friend and fellow flying club member Steven Pope of Flying Magazine introduced me to the head of EAA media relations last year. He explained the process I would need to follow to be considered for a press pass. After filling out the required paperwork they evaluated my website and granted me my media credentials back in March.

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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2012 Preview!

Can’t wait for Oshkosh this year. I plan on flying our Cessna 172n n3054e from Morristown NJ (now that’s a long cross country). So meany things to get in place by then, I feel the stress already but I know it will be worth it when I arrive (solo) into OSH! Hope so see many of you this year!

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Dale Earnhardt Jr flies with the Blue Angels

I normally don’t post these on the site but this has got to be the best Blue Angles ride I have seen to date!

I love Dale’s reaction at 3:02. “What the hell… Who’s idea was that… You guys are crazy”

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F22 Demo and Blue Angels Jones Beach 2012

Some short clips from the Jones Beach Airshow this year. I didn’t get much of the Blue Angels deciding instead to sit back and enjoy the show. Read the rest of this entry »

AirVenture News: GOODYEAR BLIMP RETURNS TO EAA AIRVENTURE IN 2012

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. — (June 21, 2012) — The famed Goodyear blimp “Spirit of Goodyear” will grace the skies once again at EAA AirVenture 2012, scheduled for July 23-29 at Wittman Regional Airport.

The “Spirit of Goodyear” will arrive on Wednesday, July 25, and weather depending will fly regularly the following two days before departing on Saturday, July 28. While it is moored, spectators have the chance to get a rare, up-close look at the blimp at Pioneer Airport, located near the EAA AirVenture Museum.

Additionally, five lucky attendees will be taken for a ride of a lifetime in the “Spirit of Goodyear” blimp as winners in Goodyear’s “I Wanna Blimp Ride” Sweepstakes during AirVenture 2012. More details will be announced in the coming days. Read the rest of this entry »

360 Panoramic of Space Shuttle Discovery

Thanks to our friends at airpigs.com for bringing this to our attention. A 360 panoramic view of Space Shuttle Discovery‘s flight deck during the decommissioning process in 2011. Read the rest of this entry »

Sail: EA-18G Fighter HD Video (Awesome!)

One of my favorite YouTube videos:

Wish I could fly with them. Read the rest of this entry »

Dean Martin vs Foster Brooks I’m an Airline Pilot

A very funny classic enjoy.

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Space Shuttle Discovery final mission Dulles (HD Video)

On Tuesday 4/17/2012 Stephen T, Neal and I flew the 182RG down to Dulles to witness the arrival of Space Shuttle Discovery atop the modified 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. Truly a sight I will not soon forget! Read the rest of this entry »

Audio recording of 80 year old woman landing Cessna 414 after husband dies

Listen as Helen Collins lands her Cessna 414 with the help of pilot Robert Vuksanovic after her husband dies at the controls. Read the rest of this entry »

IFR flight to Bay Bridge W29

Flight log 2/19/2012 Bay Bridge with Stephen T
As mentioned in my previous writ-up I have cut back on flying so I could save for my Commercial Pilots License. I hadn’t flown in about two moths so when Stephen sent me a message asking if I would like to fly down to W29 -Bay Bridge- I figured it was about time I got back in the air. Read the rest of this entry »

EAA’S INAUGURAL EAGLE FLIGHTS TO TAKE OFF AT EAA AIRVENTURE OSHKOSH 2012

New aviation introduction and mentoring program based on success of Young Eagles

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. — (March 26, 2012) — The Experimental Aircraft Association’s upcoming Eagle Flights program, the new aviation orientation program for adults, will have its official kickoff this summer with inaugural flights at the EAA AirVenture fly-in, which is scheduled for July 23-29 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wis. Read the rest of this entry »

Space Shuttle launch as seen from the Rocket Booster! HD

An amazing video taken form the solid rocket boosters on STS 117 and 127. The audio was captured by onboard microphones and enhanced by Lucas Studios as part of an upcoming DVD video commemorating the Space Shuttle. Read the rest of this entry »

Pilot Professionalism by Robert Sumalt NTSB (Video)

Pilot Professionalism by Robert Sumalt of the NTSB at the University of North Dakota.

It’s a bit long but well worth the time. A must watch for any pilot weather you fly a Piper Cub or a Boeing 747.

 

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Commercial Pilot Written test passed!

I have some good news, no, I didn’t win the Mega Millions yet but I did pass the Commercial Pilot Written exam on Sunday with a 95%. I would have scored 100% but missed 5 (easy) questions. All performance / navigation / weight and balance questions answered correctly and not by memory (unlike my PPL). Read the rest of this entry »

Is learning to fly worth it?

As of late, I have been contemplating my future with regard to aviation. During the past few months I even considered giving it up. With the costs involved and constant demand from family / work it does get hard sometimes. Read the rest of this entry »

IFR flight to Niagara Falls 2011

Flight log 9/11/2011
Yet another great flight that I am just getting around to logging; I am starting to feel like I need a staff writer. :-)

So why Niagara Falls again? My normal co-pilot Stephen T asked if I wanted to join the “summerset airport crew” for a flight to the falls, at first I wasn’t too thrilled with the idea of flying on 9/11 not to mention the 10th anniversary.

I was two blocks north (on the West Side Highway) when the second plane hit the south tower and saw the first plane just prior to impact with the north tower. My life changed on that day and I will never forget it.

It just so happens that the organizer of this trip is also the chairman of the NYC branch of the USO. He is (among other things) a retired Army Captain and in my opinion, a real patriot. He sent out an email requesting donations and attendees for the first annual USO 9/11 remembrance walk in NYC to be held on 9/10. I signed up and also invited my mother along. We attended and enjoyed it so much that we plan on attending next year as well.

This was my second trip to the falls and as mentioned in my previous post I really wanted to take my son along, but this time Steven had a birthday party to attend to so yet again he was going to miss this flight. Ya never know, third time may be the trick! Read the rest of this entry »

Socata TBM-700 N731CA crash on RT 287 Morristown NJ

Updates on the crash on RT 278 near Morristown NJ.

  • According to reports a Socata TBM 700 crashed shortly after departing Teterboro KTEB.
  • Authorities have reported 5 deaths with no injuries on the ground.
  • According to the a flight track on FlightAware the TBM departed TEB and lost radar contact at approximately 10:15 local time at an altitude of about 16,000 feet.

My hart goes out to the families. RIP.. Read the rest of this entry »

Awesome C-130 Demo Paris 2011

Just had to share this one! An impressive show of airmenship from this guy! Enjoy.

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Zero/Zero by Charles Svoboda

This story was sent to me via a fellow flying cub and after reading it, I just had to share it with my readers! Enjoy!

Zero/Zero by Charles Svoboda

It happened sometime in 1965, in Germany. I was a copilot, so I knew, everything there was to know about flying, and I was frustrated by pilots like my aircraft commander. He was one of those by-the-numbers types, no class, no imagination, no “feel” for flying. You have to be able to feel an airplane. So what if your altitude is a little off, or if the glideslope indicator is off a hair? If it feels okay then it is okay. That’s what I believed.

Every time he let me make an approach, even in VFR conditions, he demanded perfection. Not the slightest deviation was permitted. “If you can’t do it when there is no pressure, you surely can’t do it when the pucker factor increases,” he would say. When he shot an approach, it was as if all the instruments were frozen – perfection, but no class.

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NYC Skyline Flight 8-29-2011 (HD Video)

Yet another of my NYC skyline flights in the NY class bravo. This time we brought the camera with us using a new camera mount. I am not happy with the footage (too much vibration) but it’s still worth watching.

I did my best to capture all of the communications (even the parts that make me twitch) like not reading back my class bravo clearance. Read the rest of this entry »

Iran Air B727 landing without nose gear (Video)

This one has been floating around the net for the past few days. Figured it was worth posting.

Text from the video:

An Iran Air Boeing 727-200, registration EP-IRR performing flight IR-742 from Moscow Sheremetyevo (Russia) to Tehran Imam Khomeini (Iran) with 94 passengers and 19 crew, was on approach to Tehran’s Imam Khomeini Airport around 15:20L (11:50Z) when the crew did not receive a down and locked indication for the nose gear and aborted the approach. Read the rest of this entry »

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