Monthly Archives: March 2017

Above the Clouds with JetBlue

Rolling into a small local airport, you’re almost always guaranteed to see two things… old men and equally old planes. A wave is created every time something outside the norm happens – a pilot has to make more than one go-around, a warbird lands, … Continue reading

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A little Vineyard, a little Blue

Looks like I have one last aviation-infused weekend coming up before I go off the grid for a month. On the menu: Saturday – Flying a new pilot to Martha’s Vineyard for lunch. Will be curious to learn whether I’ll be … Continue reading

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Surviving a Plane Crash in Water

AUTHOR’S NOTE: After making this post, with the permission of Survival Systems USA, a longer, more refined version was accepted for publication in Plane & Pilot magazine.  That article can be found here: Dunk Tank Training ~~~ “Brace, Brace, Brace,” I repeated … Continue reading

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