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Winter Aviation Blues? Play an Aviation game

It’s mid-February in Wisconsin and there are very few things you can do to pass these long cold months.  Winter is far from over but I always consider this the half way marker for the return of reasonably comfortable flying weather.  Winter provides us with great flying conditions for the airplane and tolerable conditions for

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Aviation Apps Update – December 2012

As this year comes to a close, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have downloaded the Density Altitude Calculator, Aircraft Weight and Balance, and Cross Wind Assistant apps for Android this year.  As of this writing, there are almost 650 combined, active users of these apps and the

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Density Altitude Calculator Android App

I began this project in my search for an easier way to utilize the performance data in the C172 Pilot Operations Handbook (POH).  While most airports have runways that are long enough for the typical small General Aviation aircraft, a Prudent pilot should be aware of all the conditions pertaining to the flight.  Because most

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First High Performance/Complex Flight – Piper Cherokee Six

After nearly 3 years of flying Cessna 172’s and 152’s, the opportunity to fly a different airplane finally came along on April 30th 2012. The aircraft was a 1969 Piper Cherokee Six. How did I get so lucky?  The opportunity took almost 4 months to arrange.  There is rarely a week that goes by where

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The First 100 Hours

September 1st, 2011 - Comments Off on The First 100 Hours

Dedicated to the first 100 hours as Pilot-in-command and Sharing a passion for Aviation and Technology with anyone who will listen. Do you like saving money? Check out these Free Flight Training Resources. Share this:

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