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Top 10 journals
US coast-to-coast (25 entries) by Tomek Zielinski
In March 2005 my wife Marta and I rented a non-turbocharged Cessna 172 from in San Diego, California and flew to Florida and back. The first part of the trip (West to East) we planed to fly along the southern border of the US, while the return part (East to West) ...
(376574 visits, last updated on Tue, Sep 27, 2005)
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Trip to AOPA Expo 2005 (10 entries) by Tomek Zielinski
Marta, myself, and a friend pilot from California took a trip from So Cal to AOPA EXPO 2005 in Tampa, FL. We were flying in his Cessna 206. The AOPA EXPO start date was on November 3rd. The earliest we could leave So Cal was October 29th. That gave us only 5 days to do the entire trip. We estimated that we needed 3 flying ...
(240077 visits, last updated on Sat, Nov 19, 2005)
Switzerland - May-June 2005 (5 entries) by Tomek Zielinski
The whole May and June 2005 Marta and I spent in Switzerland. We visited Switzerland on business (unfortunately not related to flying), however we tried to use all available opportunities to fly. So far I was only flying in the US, and altough I am a holder of a JAA licence it was a new experience to me to fly in Europe. ...
(180593 visits, last updated on Wed, Sep 28, 2005)
Cessna 206 Training in California (4 entries) by Tomek Zielinski
A friend of mine offered me to accompany him as a second pilot in his trip from California to Florida to attend to AOPA EXPO in Tampa. He owns Cessna 206 and wanted to fly it. In order to allow me to fly his plane he needed me to be included in his insurance policy. The insurance company in turn required me to have at ...
(162545 visits, last updated on Thu, Nov 03, 2005)
Poland - Autumn 2005 (2 entries) by Tomek Zielinski
After over a year of living and working abroad my wife and I are back at home in Poland. Although I already have over 130 hours of flight time logged I have not flown in Poland yet. It is completely new experience to me. Certification wise it was not a problem at I applied for temporary validation of my US licence in ...
(148771 visits, last updated on Wed, Sep 28, 2005)
My PPL Skill Test (3 entries) by Clive Rudd Fernandez
After more than 30 years dreaming and more than a year of hard work and weather anxiety, its time for my PPL skill test. I have spent more than 10,000 pounds and flown more than 90 hours to get here. So much for the 45 hours and 5,000 pounds that I had heard and read from schools and magazines that it would normally take ...
(138312 visits, last updated on Sat, Jun 03, 2006)
From Barcelona to London (no entries) by Clive Rudd Fernandez
Beginning After having been extremely frustrated and disappointed for all the flying lessons that I had to cancel the last two months I decided to do something about it. The main reason that my lessons were repeatedly cancelled was as you probably guess by now, the weather. I thought about taking the speedy training ...
(111582 visits, last updated on Sat, Aug 17, 2019)
On the way to Cape May (no entries) by Gary
Mary's comments are in red italics Well not quite the song, but indeed a nice trip to Georgetown then a hop across the Bay to Cape May. The aircraft we wanted to schedule was signed out until 11am so Mary and I got a later then planned start, which I thought was great, last ...
(5093 visits, last updated on Sat, Aug 17, 2019)