Category Archives: Aviation
Imagine being the guy who has to tell JFK that we as a nation have to beg the Russians for a ride whenever we want to put an American in Space.
Over the past few years my small aircraft leasing business has been failing. I rent my little, 2-seat, trainer aircraft out to flight students. My two airplanes probably each cost less than most people’s cars. I rent them for cheep, during good times … Continue reading
Who in their right mind would put nearly $14,000 in to an engine overhaul for a 33-year-old, $25,000, 2-seat airplane? These genesis are called airplane owners and I am one of them. The good news is that my overhauled engine is done … Continue reading
Search the news today for the term “Game Changer”. You’ll be rewarded with stories about, praise for, and attacks on Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Fellow Texan and Tea Party favorite Rep. Dr. Ron Paul, after narrowly coming in second to Rep. Michele Bachmann … Continue reading
44 States allow lawful carry of firearms in the common terminal and baggage claim areas of airports. There are federal laws that restrict firearms, knives, and other weapons in the “sterile area” beyond the security checkpoint but the unsecured areas of the terminal … Continue reading
Flagler county has been hit hard by the rescission. It has perhaps the highest home foreclosure rate in the state and businesses, on and off the airport, have been failing there at an alarming rate. In 2009 the airport opened a … Continue reading
Some of these guys don’t even need nine yards to land.
ANN reports that Randon Reid apparently tossed a few back and opened fire on a vintage Grumman Albatross near Phoenix. http://www.aero-news.net/index.cfm?ContentBlockID=ee9c66be-9856-4f91-bc0d-0f0f53722a4b&