Friday, May 06, 2011

An Update

N62TB still remains in the family, so might as well fly it. SM and I did a little instrument currency flight last night: ILS 23 @ CAK twice, followed by the LOC 25 at AKR. All went well, and it was a lot easier pushing 2TB back into the hangar with the tires properly inflated!

Here's a nifty map of all the places the IFR Pilot has logged a takeoff or landing via light aircraft:





7 comments:

Norman said...

I envy you the time you spent in Alaska, now there is an adventure on a plate.
Congratulations on the 700 hours, the next milestone should come quickly - good luck.

Norman
TDA

Ashley said...

I'm totally envious!

JetAviator7 said...

Seems like you have gotten around a lot, looking at all of the pins on your map.

It's a lot of fun to fly around the country to different airports, something I did more of when I was becoming a commercial pilot.

Don't get around quite as much anymore since retirement.

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Flying in Alaska would be amazing, so remote and isolated you would really have to be on your game up there.

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Ride the Wave said...

what a great hobbie!!! I live in Hawaii near the Dillingham airfield. Almost everyday I go for a swim by the end of the airstrip. The gliders take a sharp turn right over the beach (less than a 100') and then swoop in for a landing. They seem to take an almost vertical dive at the landing strip before leveling. Crazy but looks like so much fun!


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