Aviation People

Another Fun Crossing

May 5, 2009

I’m on a layover in Asia again, but that’s nothing new.  The westbound flight was really nice – hardly a bump the whole way. Our route this time took us across the northern Pacific quite a distance south of Anchorage. I took this picture looking north just as we passed over Kodiak Island. We believe […]

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Seatmates While Commuting

May 2, 2009

One of the benefits (?) of being an airline pilot is that you have the option of living where you want while working somewhere else.   More traditional jobs usually require you live relatively close to your place of employment. Instead of a drive to work, I drive to the airport and then take two airline […]

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Aviation Blogs and Podcasts

February 25, 2009

A couple of days ago I had the opportunity to take part in the aviation podcast that is published by AirplaneGeeks. I was a bit apprehensive when they first contacted me about being on the show, but in the end I really enjoyed the experience. They introduced me as a highly experienced pilot, not a […]

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Making Aviation Hard

August 19, 2008

I have been spending the past few days working in my hangar, but yesterday I took a little break and sat at a local coffee house, had a designer coffee and read a few aviation blogs and email newsletters.  At the end of my last trip I had started this post, but had not finished […]

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Airport Wanderings

July 30, 2008

Once in a while it’s nice to take a break from whatever is going on in your own hangar and go visit some of the other hangars on the airport. It’s a good way to learn some new tricks and an easy way to spend some time talking airplanes and flying. I stop by the […]

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