Training rookies in the truck driving course, when one drives right off the course
Not really aviation related, but I wasn’t kidding about the Corvettes at this airport.
In order: C4 (mine), C5, C6. All from today.
And there’s a red C4 that usually sits ramp-side.
A Cirrus pilot got really angry with us because he called to have his plane pulled before he got to the airport. Understandable… except he called 20 minutes prior, while we have a whole list of airplanes who had planned days prior coming and going. It has been made clear to him in the past that he should be giving us at least 12-24 hours of notice, especially when he’s going on an obviously pre-planned trip. The only pilot here who has a 1st priority short notice agreement is the pediatric heart surgeon, for obvious reasons.
For those who just climbed aboard, and those who may not have noticed, every once in a great while I like to ask for follower input to see what floats everyone’s boats (or lifts everyone’s wings…? yeah, whatever),
Soooo, what do you like to see, and/or see more of? Are there certain airplanes/things you want me to look out for and snap some pictures of (maybe some of you are scale modelers?) How am I doing so far?
Also, how do you like the occasional posts I do on historical/classic/vintage/unique aircraft (I know those are rare, since they don’t come in often)?
- Standing outside of the airplane talking to my flight instructor, when the breeze starts making the unlatched door flap about (which is annoying)
- Me: *reaches back and pushes on door*
- *Wind opens door*
- Instructor: It's made in America, you can slam it.