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[caption id="attachment_36994" align="alignleft" width="250"] Jean Batten with her Vega Gull[/caption] If you're like me and lucky enough to visit New Zealand, chances are you'll be funneled through the International Terminal at Auckland Airport. There, on display, you will find a most interesting piece of aviation history....

Today is my first day back from a 17-day, whirlwind trip to New Zealand and Tahiti. I had an unbelievably good time, got to fly a Tiger Moth and a Supercub and spent 41 hours aloft commercially in A340’s, 737’s, A320’s & an ERJ 145....

I'm visiting the fine country of New Zealand, the land of wooly sheep, kiwi birds and some of the most beautiful scenery on earth. New Zealand has it all; flat lands and snow-covered mountains, rolling hills, volcanic craters, wetlands and fiord lands, all snuggled between...

Thank you to Conny Paulusberger from Austria for this short but oh-so-sweet lady taildragger pilot update. It´s amazing to see that so many other girls have so much fun at flying taildraggers! :D In 2015 I did my first flights on Piper L-4 at Airfield Spitzerberg.  It´s...

I declare, as the guru of ladies who love taildraggers, I get the most fascinating emails, Facebook messages and Tweets from the opposite sex. They are always entertaining and, when they appear, the funnest little treats. Generally they are charming, endearing and intriguing messages from...

I'm very happy to post this update about an awesome Indiana pilot, Kayleigh Bordner, who happens to be the future of aviation and ladies who love taildraggers. Kayleigh is currently based at HUF, Terre Haute-Hulman Field, Terre Haute, Indiana but look out world, Kayleigh is...

By Shannon Avon On December 21st an article appeared in General Aviation News "Fighting Off Boredom" about my husband Chuck's & my Stinson rebuild project. As a member of LadiesLoveTaildraggers, and knowing I was very involved in the restoration, Judy asked me to tell about my work...