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Friday Photo: Appalachian Spring

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Friday Photo: Appalachian Spring

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The sight: Appalachian Spring.

Heaven Ridge Mountains, western North Carolina The pilot: Ruffin Benton The aircraft: Cirrus SR20 The objective: Angel Flight go back to Asheville(AVL). The memory: The ballet Appalachian Spring was created by Aaron Copland in 1944. Developed as the battle in Europe was attracting to an end, the titular instrumental collection recorded the creative imagination of Americans that were starting to count on a much more flourishing future, a future in which females as well as guys would certainly be joined once again. An effective tune and also a just as effective vision. This picture, handled an Angel Flight, aesthetically

records the hope used every springtime. Intend to share your”Friday Photo?” Send your image and also summary(utilizing the layout over )to: [e-mail safeguarded].

Ruffin is a family physician and also 1300 human resources. exclusive pilot living in Brevard, NC. His Cirrus is based at KAVL in Asheville, NC. 80 % of his trips are with Angel Flight Soars, situated in Atlanta.
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He thinks it is a benefit as well as an honor to share the trip and also fly of kids looking for a remedy. Latest articles by Ruffin Benton (see all)

Friday Photo: Detroit sundown

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Friday Photo: Detroit sundown

The sight: Looking southwest while overflying Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) at sundown.

The pilots: Don Mayer (child) as PIC as well as professional photographer as well as Don Mayer (dad) as the passenger/pilot on this specific trip.

The aircraft: 1975 Cessna 210L

The goal: Fly as much west as feasible (Grand Rapids in this situation) to allow the weather condition and also land pass prior to pushing forward to Oshkosh!

The memory: This was our 2nd father/son journey to Oshkosh in our jointly-owned 210 however our very first one while flying at sundown, that made for a really remarkable sight of DTW, midtown Detroit, and also the different flight terminals in the location where Dad found out just how to fly several years earlier.

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After soloing in secondary school as well as gaining ASEL and also Instrument rankings in 2005, Don went back to flying a years later on after relocating from Washington, DC, to main as well as re-engaging with the basic aeronautics area. He came to be a novice plane co-owner in 2018 and also has actually not recalled, flying primarily to remain efficient, have a good time, browse through friends and family, as well as ultimately finish a Commercial score.
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Friday Photo: touchdown on the centerline

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Friday Photo: touchdown on the centerline

The sight: Touchdown on centerline for

path 19 at 0W3 The plane: Cessna 172S The pilot: David

Smith The goal: Adjust airspeed on last to get rid of ballooning and also struck centerline.

The memory: Watch airspeed, fly to the centerline, overlook completion of the path.

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David is presently Vice President of Technology and also the Information Security Officer for a huge medical care company in the northeast United States. He holds a bachelor’s level in Music, a master’s level in Information Technology Management, a master’s level in Healthcare Administration Informatics, and also is a Certified Information Systems Auditor. David started his trip to exclusive pilot in May of 2020 with a conclusion to Private Pilot in August 2021. As an ISO David handle threat and also threat reduction each day in the cybersecurity cosmos and also discovered rapidly that flying is everything about taking care of danger and also reduction. David’s house airport terminal and also trip college was as well as remains to be Harford Air situated at Harford County Airport (0W3) in Maryland. David’s CFII Charles Schultz (Chief Flight Instructor) led David with his personal pilot trip as well as is currently remaining to supply direction in the direction of an IFR ranking.
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Friday Photo: a Stearman patiently waits

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Friday Photo: a Stearman patiently waits

The sight: A Stearman

discovers well-earned remainder. The pilots: Bob Mills as well as Chris Schaich The aircraft: 1942 Boeing N2S-4 Stearman The goal:

Flying the Stearman from Ohio to Reno, Nevada.

The memory: This was completion of day 7 of a 9-day trip flying cross nation to obtain the aircraft to its brand-new house in May of 2020. We had actually been fighting high winds and also disturbance for 7 hrs by the time we landed at Winslow, AZ (INS). We pressed the large biplane out of the wind as well as right into the garage that the flight terminal FBO offered to us. After closing the doors as well as discharging, I took a min to absorb the sight. The old garage made as well as squeaked that lonesome wail as the wind objected our reprieve from its gusting harassment. This garage has actually meant several years at this famous flight terminal. Developed by noteworthy air travel tales Lindbergh as well as Hughes, the simple Stearman was currently protected in for the evening.

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Chris Schaich is an energetic pilot with over 15,000 humans resources and also 7 kind scores. When not flying for the airline companies he is a warbird pilot as well as instructor/check pilot for the
Chris Schaich
Commemorative Air Force, Arizona Wing. Because 2011 he has actually competed in the Biplane and also Sport courses at the Reno National Championship Air Races. Latest blog posts by Chris Schaich(see all)

Friday Photo: Buffalo during the night

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Friday Photo: Buffalo during the night

The sight: Looking eastern over Buffalo, New York, from 4000 ft. on Jan 30, 2022. The pilots: Mark Bellis, PIC for this leg.

Co-pilot as well as professional photographer Marc Volpe flew the very first leg. The aircraft: 2007 Diamond DA40(N568CA)

The objective: IFR from Erie, Pennsylvania, to obtain supper prior to going back to Buffalo.

The memory: Two pilot close friends mosting likely to supper with the radiance of the city off our wing.

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Mark flies with OnCore Aviation, the regional trip college in Buffalo as well as Rochester, New York. He began flying in 2010, as well as is ASEL, AMEL, and also tool ranked. He is currently servicing added scores and also utilizing GA to fly for enjoyable.
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Friday Photo: sundown separation

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Friday Photo: sundown separation

Sunset with airplane

The sight: Departure right into a setup sunlight The pilot: Todd James

The plane: Marquart Charger MA-5 The objective: To lose some tension and also unwind.

The memory: Few points in life can defeat the sight of a lovely loss sundown mounted in the wings of your favored biplane.

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Friday Photo: Cessna 206 all set to fly

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Friday Photo: Cessna 206 all set to fly

Cessna 206

The sight: Aeropuerto Caracas Internacional Óscar Machado Zuloaga (SVCS )The pilot:

Francisco J. Salas The plane:Cessna 206 F Stationair The objective: Preparing to

fly. The memory: A best day to enter the air, with simply sufficient clouds to finish the photo.

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Friday Photo: flying into the sunset

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Friday Photo: flying into the sunset

Sunset Warrior

The view: Flying into the sunset on December 23, 2021

The pilot: Michael McDaniel

The airplane: Piper Warrior II

The mission: Going home from Cartersville, Georgia (VPC) to Decatur, Alabama (DCU).

The memory: Bringing two of my grown kids home for the holidays, we got a bit of a late start home and enjoyed this beautiful sunset.

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Michael is a pilot recently returned to currency after 29 years of inactivity, and is now a first-time airplane owner.
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Friday Photo: C-47 wing sight

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Friday Photo: C-47 wing sight

C-47 view

The sight: 2500 feet over north reduced Michigan, at Gaylord The pilot: Tony Buttacavoli The plane: Yankee Air

Museum C-47D(N8704)–” Hairless Joe “The goal: Mackinac Island-bound The memory: This remarkable Douglas, carefully integrated in 1945, is a wonderful means to see the globe pass. Right here, we appreciated near-peak autumnal shades. Wish to share your” Friday Photo?”Send your picture

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every little thing from DC-3s to Boeing 747s. He has actually invested his life going after the Ernie Gann/St. Ex lover high temperature desire: freight and also guests. He likes flying the Douglas. Newest articles by Tony Buttacavoli
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Friday Photo: Sunset over Syracuse

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Friday Photo: Sunset over Syracuse

The sight: Sunset over Syracuse, New York. The pilot: David Hale The aircraft: 1977 Piper Archer The goal:

Night flying hrs for my PPL The memory: This was taken by my CFII as I was flying. The lake aware is Onondaga Lake in Liverpool, NY. We removed from Syracuse Hancock International Airport to log some evening flying hrs. I like flying over Syracuse throughout the evening since it has amazing city lights.

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David Hale is a 22-year old trainee pilot, presently working with making his PPL at Syracuse Hancock International Airport. The club that he flies with has a couple of airplane, yet he primarily flies the 1977 Piper Archer. He frequently checks out Air Facts to get as much expertise as he can since the stating is, “An excellent pilot is constantly discovering.”
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