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This is one of those "WOW" videos you're gonna love. It's "10 minutes of fun flying in the northern Nevada desert, following bush pilot Kevin Quinn and a small group into several makeshift airstrips that push the limits of aircraft performance and pilot judgement." Doesn't matter if...

Nosy about an airport you're thinking of visiting? Have I got a link for you! We all have a favorite website to quickly grab information about airports we're thinking of visiting. AirNav.com "the pilot's window into a world of aviation information: Airports, Navaids, Fixes, Aviation Fuel, etc."...

Raise your hand if you know a woman successfully retraced Amelia Earhart's 1937 attempted flight-around-the-world a mere 30 years after Amelia's fateful flight. Why did I not know this?!? The year was 1967. A competent, young woman pilot with commercial, instrument and multi-engine ratings departed...

What would YOU give to have this gorgeous 1941 Waco UPF-7 residing happily in your hangar? Me - I don't have enough bucks to even dream of making it happen but I have been very happy to get periodic progress updates on the restoration of...

My favorite airport manager, Montill Warren from Savannah, Tennessee sent us all a special fly-in invitation. Put October 4 on your calendar if you're in the area. We KNOW Montill can throw one heck of a fly-in. She hosted 2 fantastic LLT fly-ins and I'm...

Saturday at Blakesburg the sun came out! Try as hard as it might though, the inches of rain that fell the last couple of days are gonna take more than one semi-sunny day to dry up this soggy airport. The field remained closed most of...

Antique Airfield/Blakesburg, Iowa - the crown jewel of the Antique Aviation Association's (AAA) fly-ins. Their motto "Keep the antiques flying" is that's exactly what's happening right now at Blakesburg. If you're in awe of gorgeous antique aircraft, or rare and downright quirky old birds, you...