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Plane Old Ben
Don't try this one if you value your licence!
An incredible bit of flying by David Williams in his Saab Safir in the 80's before the A41 Hinstock bypass was open. Photo by Glen James
A poem written by David Somerville who flies a C-150 Aerobat
A mile above a mile below
and for Christmas....
A Christmas wish to all that fly
Come fly with me if you’d like to try
But for those for whom flying does not appeal
Report from SAC member 06 Nov 2017
"Two Friends and I have hired two Cessna 172s in Florida for a ten day trip and had the unique experience of being allowed to overfly the Kennedy Space Centre runway, in formation, at 100ft agl. Flying north to south gives a fantastic view of NASA rocket assembly buildings and there is a shuttle display half way along the runway. There is currently no public access to this part of the Space Centre but Orlando Approach were contacted for permission. After a tense 3 minute wait, permission was granted with strict conditions... no touching the runway and no further east than the centre line. "
|All three pilots hold FAA (US) Certificates which are granted to foreign pilots holding EASA PPL|
|Flying in New Zealand. Report from member April 2017. You can get your EASA PPL validated for New Zealand and enjoy some of the most spectacular flying in the world|
No centreline on this runway
|Sometimes you share the runway|
A few hours can get you a mountain flying certificate
|But you mustn't be "terrain shy"|
Milford Sound is a difficult and busy approach
Steep turns are essential when whale watching from the air
This must be one of the best views from the tower of any airfield
Farm Strips can be a challenge. Low pass to clear the sheep.
In New Zealand IFR stands for "I Follow Rivers"