Yesterday The 148th Fighter Wing conducted another flyover to pay tribute to Healthcare workers in the Northland. I was lucky enough to catch them flying past a the end of their run but nothing compares to what it would look like from a cockpit...
You may have caught this on TV last night, and you may have had a hard time finding any information this morning about the new documentary. From what I've gathered, it appears Discovery Channel has picked up a mini series called "Worst Place to be a Pilot." They've renamed it and marketed it as "Air Pressure." It's a pretty good show if you enjoy watching the adventures of
I have friends that are dedicated to volunteering for the Honor Flight Northland. My father was in WWII and I would have loved for him to have this opportunity. If you know a Vet, especially a WWII Vet in your life, fill out an application!
When I first read this news I was outraged, then I saw the reason, I calmed down but is this law a bit too much? You decide. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration has announced that flights coming back to America will not allow devices that are not fully charged.
A new cost could be added to your plane travels. Airlines are noticing that more people are overweight, larger people make the airlines have to use more fuel to run their planes. More fuel costs money, so in order to pay for the extra fuel, airlines want the people who are obese to pay their fair share.
This is like using one touch dialing on your cell phone, you eventually forget people's actual phone number. However, the stakes are much higher in this case so they need to get a handle on it yesterday.
Long hours flying under computer control may have dulled the skills of airline flight crews, according to a U.S. advisory board that recommends more manual flight time for pilots.
Like the robot maid, the flying car is part of our 'Jetsons'-promised future that has yet to materialize.
But that could change soon. Last month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration granted the Transition Roadable Aircraft a series of special exemptions, effectively making the plane-car hybrid street-legal.