Recurrent training can help you knock off the rust after a period of not flying, such as the long winter months or when life gets in the way of getting out to the airport. But it can also help you tackle those maneuvers that make you uncomfortable, making you a better — and safer — pilot.
Donate to the First Flight Society and win a chance to fly in Stallion 51’s P-51. Donations start as little as $25, with the winner drawn on Dec. 17, 2021, at Kill Devil Hills, N.C, the site of the Wright brothers’ first successful flight.
“I thought 2020 would be total wash-out, and then this!”
Tickets, which are $20 each, will be sold through Sept. 21 at noon EDT.
Raffle tickets are $20 each.
Before getting back in the cockpit after an aviation hiatus — no matter how long — we need a mental and virtual flight review.
Stallion 51’s KT Budde-Jones sent in this photo, explaining: “A day in Stallion 51’s office by Orientation Flight customer Michael Haller.”
The new FAA policy includes pilots who hold Authorization for Special Issuance (ASI) Letters for disqualifying conditions that have been “waivered.”
“Rifle has ‘Aviation DNA’ throughout his body and it shows,” says Stallion 51’s Lee Lauderback. That DNA culminated in Joe “Rifle” Shetterly’s P-51 Mustang check-out.
KT Budde-Jones submitted the following photo taken by Annie Blackburn of the P-51 Crazy Horse 2 from Stallion 51, with a note: “Stallion 51 is located at the Kissimmee Gateway Airport in the heart of Central Florida. Summers in Florida bring both beautiful flying weather in the morning and what we call ‘the afternoon entertainment’ […]
Stallion 51 is partnering with Mercy Flight Southeast to raffle off a chance to take control of a P-51 Mustang while helping the charity’s worthy mission. Mercy Flight Southeast’s network of more than 700 volunteer pilots provides free air transportation to life-saving medical appointments for people who otherwise could not get there. While pilots donate […]
Mercy Flight Southeast and Stallion 51 are partnering to raffle off a chance to fly the P-51 Mustang.