Oshkosh AirVenture Day T-3 I have been planning for AirVenture Oshkosh for several months since I decided to go retro and actually camp in the North 40. I had written an article critical of the EAA Board not being connected to the membership and I thought they needed to be. I then announced that I would be camping since I felt I had missed some of the real spirit of AirVenture by staying in hotels and private homes. The EAA PR person said that they indeed have Directors who camped. …See More
On an excursion to the Salt Lake City area, I had a chance to visit the Provo Municipal Airport (KPVU) and sample the culinary exploits of cosmopolitan Utah.Allegiant Air flies MD-80s to and from San Francisco, LA and Phoenix/Mesa. General aviation pilots use the airspace to practice their mountain and backcountry flying skills. Utah Valley University's Aviation Sciences program and the Utah Fire & Rescue Academy are based at KPVU. On the east side of the airport, TAC Air offers a range of…See More
"This video was very interesting and i enjoyed seeing the British planes along with Turkish aircraft. The aircraft i'm most familiar with are the American FA/18, F-16, and the C-3. Thank you for sharing. "
When I picked this book up, I was expecting a story about flying from some northerly point to some southerly point, following the birds. I was expecting something like “Father Goose”, by William Lishman. Lishman’s book follows his account of training geese to fly south. And there was some of that. But there was a lot more as well.In the late 1990s, there was strong interest in knowing where the peregrine falcons on Padre Island in southeast Texas came from, and where they went to. People…See More