Monthly Archives: November 2015

Visit by a Delta Airlines Pilot

Last week, David Barnes visited to talk to our living learning community (Flight Deck) about his job, and aviation in general. David is a first officer for Delta Airlines, and has previously worked for Air Wisconsin and the University of … Continue reading

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First $100 hamburger

A couple of weeks ago I made an evening trip with my instructor to the scenic area of Portsmouth, Ohio (KPMH). It was an interesting trip because so many features are present in the area. I got to see the … Continue reading

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My pilgramage to Sporty’s

When a private pilot on the east coast is asked which airports they would like to fly to, a handful of common places usually come up. Chicago, a beach in Florida, and Sporty’s are always favorites on that list. I … Continue reading

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Flying to Springfield, IL

I’ve been on a handful of super neat flights in the past week or so, but the coolest one was up to Springfield. The weather was gorgeous, with the only weather threatening our trip being an AIRMET for turbulence. It … Continue reading

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