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Bücker Jungmann owners and pilots, Gail & Doedo Schipper from Longmont, Colorado are on a flying adventure in the planning for months. They are in New Zealand flying a Cessna 172 on a charted Air Safari tour. Gail is blogging about it daily so please follow her at...

Laura Decker is based at KCIC, Chico Municipal Airport, Chico, California. [caption id="attachment_25512" align="aligncenter" width="425"] Me after a flight in a 1941 Navy N3N, what a cool piece of history![/caption] I'm 22 and will be graduating from California State University, Chico in May 2013. I started flying the week...

Many thanks to Natalie McHaffie from Ontario, Canada for sending this gem of aviatrix history. "Flight training could only be had in Canada through the military until 1927. Eileen was a member of the first class in the first civilian flight school. The text is from a...

Valerie Phillips is currently based at LAS, United Kingdom. I was put in touch with this site by Louise O'Grady.  I haven't an amazing long distance flight like Lou's in a powered aircraft add to my profile, but I have done 500+km in a glider. This...

Hey everybody, I need your feedback! Do you think our next LadiesLoveTaildraggers Fly-in needs an official "fly-in tshirt"? Something fun - something colorful - something with a taildragger? If so, there's a Response Form for you to fill out after the pictures. My source only supplies color "white"...

Jamie Swihart is based at 42I, Parr Airport, Zanesville, Ohio. Got my pilot's license in college.  Went into the Army and flew helicopters. [caption id="attachment_25322" align="aligncenter" width="425"] Me when I was in Saudi Arabia, not my plane but the only picture I have from there.[/caption] Went on to fly news...

I know many of you have already seen this "Lainey's first airplane ride" video but I must post it. I can't remember the last time so many people forwarded the link to something they've enjoyed this much. Lainey belongs on LadiesLoveTaildraggers! ...

Well, I really don't think this is the 'Scariest Video Ever' but it is a truly freaky way to be employed. You won't catch me climbing any of those 500', or 600', or 1000' plus towers that I go way out of my way to...