Masonry

Hi Everyone, I am not a pilot (yet), but I am an A&P with I.A.  I just wanted to say that I think this group (and others like it) are fantastic. Women in aviation are few & far between. I would like to share my kuddos...

I love your website. I also have a Champ that I have owned since 1986. I keep it in Venice, Florida and fly almost every day. I bet the the field that you flew out of in Evansville was Skylane. I have been there twice on...

Janet Gritter flies out of Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO) Greensboro, NC. By the age of 10 I knew I wanted to fly after my first airline trip in a 747 while on family vacation.  Seven years later, in 1979, I began flying lessons at Reid...

Sheila Mabbitt is based in Nashville, TN at KBNA, Nashville International Airport. I grew up in S. Carolina and took to the skies at age 20 though as a flight attendant for a major airline. I quickly nurtured a desire to learn to fly, but suppressed...

Bird NC760Y, a true "scarf & goggles" airplane! Juliet Lindrooth and her husband own two airplanes; a 1932 Brunner Winkle Bird BK with Kinner R55 engine and a Grumman Tiger.  Both are based at North East Philadelphia Airport (PNE). I have been flying since I was 15...

Jeanene flies out of GPZ in Bovey, Minnesota.   Pictures pending. I have been a pilot since 1984. I learned in a tricycle gear but have flown only taildraggers since I got my license. I have my land/sea tickets and enjoy float flying very...

Dianne Wieman's Aeronca Champ 7AC-------it took her 5 years to put it back together from a pile of pieces! I have a CFII, ASEL with a CFIG (glider).  I am the squadron Commander for ALAMO composite Civil Air Patrol (the composite indicates cadets and seniors!) and have gained...

My name is Shannon Gallagher and I live in Hohenwald, TN at 0M3 Baker Field.  I have been taking lessons for 7 months now and learning to fly in a 1940 Taylorcraft, BC65.  I really enjoy it and hopefully, as soon as the weather gets...