Articles, Adventures, Tales
TransAtlantic Flights? If youv'e wanted to fly up through Labrador, over Greenland
and Iceland to Europe, you may like to read New
Orleans to Paris. Then there is the transatlantic route straight out to the Azores
and then to Africa. This guy did it in a Cessna 150: "Transatlantic
Cessna 150" ; and then there's a couple who flew translantic plus some
in an Aztec and wrote The
Trip. Or how about Spokane
to Geneva in a single engine turboprop, a JetPROP DLX, with a ferry
pilot? Then, this comes from Carol Anne Garrett's website.... I'm
not sure exactly who Jack and Dianne are but this is a brief account of
their transatlantic.... http://www.kerrlake.com/mgarratt/Dianes.htm
. Two young men, an instructor from Embry-
Or, if you wanted to keep going and circle the globe, you may want to check out the trip log of Carol Anne Garratt, herself, who did it in a Mooney 201.... "My Trip Around the World.... In a Mooney M20J. Then, another Mooney flight, this one flown by Reed R. Prior, is described in the outstanding website found at "Reed Flies Around the World". OK, and while we are on the subject of flying Mooneys around the world, let's not forget The Honey-Mooney.
Other flying.... A nice long flight in a Bo by Max Grogan.... Knoxville to Seattle. And, by the way, this article appears on an interesting website, FatBoyzAviation.com, with a link elsewhere here on vSpeeds.com.
Fred Scott, Jr., pilots a Colemill-converted Beechcraft Baron B-55, and has posted a group of articles on his website found at http://www.fwshome.com/aviation.html . Excellent reading that runs the gamut from Lean of Peak discussions to his adventuresome flight into Northern Labrador. Also see more of Fred's work at http://www.fwshome.com/baronn6734g.html . Thanks, Fred.
Thomas P. Turner, Manager of Technical Services for the American Bonanza Society and former lead instructor at Flight Safety Int'l, runs "Mastery of Flight" and has links to his articles at www.thomaspturner.com
Other Airplane Stuff. Here's an October 2006 demo flight in an experimental.... the Epic LT, a 6 seat single turboprop that came to New Orleans for a visit.
Interesting technical discussions mostly on flight characteristics of a Bonanza (and some modifications to it) by an Australian gent are located at Technical Flying by David F. Rogers.
Every now and then someone wonders if they should carry tools in their airplane. If you decide to do so, here are a couple of lists. Take your pick.... Bumper's List, The McCracken Kit.
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