As a veteran of the US Army who served in the Vietnam conflict (never really called a war) with an Assault Helicopter Unit, we saw the effective value of working in unity. A crew of four serving in various assault and lift missions epitomizes the job today working in the cockpit as a crew; working [...]
The Business Aviation community is being attacked by our government yet again. This latest attack comes disguised as a revenue producer that has proven to be a failure everywhere it’s been implemented.
The concept of user fees on the surface seems valid enough, but when you analyze the system that is currently in place, you [...]
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is by far Business Aviation’s biggest advocate. As such, they do a good job of presenting the facts on how Business Aviation contributes to our local and national economy. On their website (NBAA.org), one can find numerous articles and studies done by local communities on the economic impact of [...]
For all the pilots out there, we have all had those late night flights. The flight that comes up at the last moment, late in the evening, on the worst weather night of the month. You know the thoughts and the feelings, right?
Well, that’s what it must have been like two and a half [...]