Sidelined after 26 straight seasons as an ag pilot. Mike is back in the cockpit.
I don’t fly for a living, so my experience and stress level is different from professional pilots, but if I’m honest, I don’t really see the results of this survey as all that surprising.
If the FAA stood up and told my state, and all states, that an approved fuel is on the books and will be making its way to all states as soon as possible, I believe that would go a long way toward calming the anti-lead crowd and encouraging those in the business of making and delivering fuel.
What features are a must-have versus nice-to-have when considering a home on an airpark?
Art is subjective. Finding a new home for some of my parents’ pieces is important to me.
While the big shows, like EAA AirVenture Oshkosh and SUN ‘n FUN, are on many pilot’s bucket list, the smaller regional and local air shows and fly-ins offer some great experiences.
That line, “So, how do we fix you?” came from long-time General Aviation News subscriber Tom Jensen. He was alluding to a line in a recent Touch & Go column: “While I am proud to be a certificated pilot, the entire year of 2022 passed without my operating any aircraft as pilot in command.” That’s what he wanted to fix. Getting me airborne.
Today, I weigh about what I did when I started my senior year in high school. Better yet, I am down about 70 pounds from my unhealthy peak before Deb and I had our first kid. Thankfully.
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