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It has become old hat to complain about the decline of General Aviation. We can rant about the costs, how airports have been fenced off, or any number of ailments.
This tract is a little about one of those symptoms, a little about how to make flying more fun, and about making flying safer.
There is a vicious circle, a fully developed spin that we must recover from. Something that used to be ordinary, but is now feared.
Something that is fun, but potentially…
Sunday, April 10 2016 marked the second year anniversary of the first flight of my 601. The celebratory flight on Sunday ticked the Hobbs to 400.6 hours. In two years, from my home base in the northeast, I've had my 601 as far west as Oshkosh and as far south as South Carolina. I still have a big grin on my face after every flight!
The airframe and engine have performed well and I couldn't be happier. To those of you in the building process I say keep at it and do…Continue
Special Thanks to Doug Dugger for performing the First Flight on my 701 this last Friday. He and Steve Smith flew down to my cow pasture runway to perform the first flight. All Went perfectly. What a joy to see five years of work go…Continue