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Staying fashionable in Columbus

Air Cargo World

July 2014

Even the cargo community knows Rickenbacker International Airport is in fashion.

In the last year or so, the all-freight airport in Columbus, Ohio, has gained five weekly flights to Hong Kong – three Cargolux flights and two Cathay Pacific freighter flights. 813 more words


Pictures from an Aerobatic Ride

It was a lovely day to fly in the Pacific Northwest. I gave an aerobatic ride in the Extra 300L. Here’s a link to a gallery of images… 16 more words


The Dark Month of Civil Aviation

July 2014 is probably one of the most “horrific” months in the civil aviation history, with 3 fatal accidents occurring within a week.

First of all, my heart and thoughts are with all of those on board Malaysia Airlines MH 17 on 17/7, TransAsia Airways GE 222 on 23/7 and Air Algérie AH 5017 on 24/7. 663 more words


2013 Hamilton Airshow: The Flying Displays

Not long after we claimed a spot by the taxiway at the 2013 Hamilton Airshow, the weather began to improve slightly and the cloud ceiling lifted sufficiently to allow for flying. 1,280 more words


Day 15, the 19 hour day

This is EXTREMELY late:


5 Hours + 40 minutes on a plane = 9H33M

Alright, so DREAMLINER. What a dream. No, like, literally.

Let me begin as a passenger: 318 more words


TSA displays surrendered items at BGM

The Public Affairs Manager of the Transportation Security Administration, Lisa Farbstein, made a stop today at Greater Binghamton Airport to talk about the locally surrendered items and the “My TSA” app that is available for travelers.  378 more words