When Rajeev Pandey became the co-owner of a 1976 Grumman Tiger recently, he was put on notice that in order for the plane to move from “toy” category to the utility category, it would need to be put into action for his wife Sheri’s waterfall hunting hobby.
An aviator’s visit to Georgetown, South Carolina, properly begins in the air.
Edward Dolejsi submitted this photo and note: “One of my frequently visited fly-in destinations near Vancouver, Canada, is Rowena’s Inn. This charming old English-style inn is a part of the Sandpiper Resort, which includes a beautifully maintained golf course. The resort has a gravel runway, nestled between the south side of the golf course and […]
Stanton’s Barbecue Fly-In Restaurant near Bennettsville, South Carolina, which boasts its own runway, caters to pilots.
When buddies Trey Brewer and Shiloh Dudley took off from St. Augustine, Florida, Friday morning March 23, 2018, they knew they were embarking on an adventure of a lifetime. And they wanted to share that adventure with the world. To do that, they created Aviation Overland Adventures, a YouTube channel where they will document their […]
A 2017 journey to the 49th state took me to Fairbanks and Anchorage. Having been to Anchorage years ago, I knew I would be re-visiting the Alaskan Aviation Museum, but it turned out that many other aircraft photo opportunities presented themselves during the trip. Spending time along the shore of Lake Hood was definitely a pleasure […]
Situated in northern Italy near the Swiss border, Lake Como has been attracting tourists ever since Julius Caesar. Although most visitors end up seeing portions of its 106 mile shoreline from one of the many excursion boats plying the beautiful blue-green waters, Lake Como offers unparalleled vistas best appreciated from the air … and especially […]
General aviation is relatively new to Cuba. To obtain a Cuban landing permit, it is necessary to produce a copy of the aircraft airworthiness certificate, among other documents. When Cuban Civil Aviation authorities in Havana viewed their first “special” airworthiness certificate with “experimental” and “amateur built” across the top of the certificate, alarms bells began […]
Dino Karagozian, a Bonanza owner, fulfilled a dream in 2011 when he flew his 1964 Bonanza from Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Fairbanks, Alaska, over 35 days. Joining him on the trip was Juan Carlos Bisi, also known as JB, a professional pilot. Dino put together a daily report on his adventure, as well as took […]