2 fatalities in a small private jet crash northwest of Atlanta.
The Paulding North West Atlanta Air Show
PARKING INFORMATION UPDATE!
General Admission Parking
On-site paid parking is available at the Paulding-Northwest Atlanta Airport for guests. Parking cost is $10.00 per car/truck; there is no RV/Bus parking available on site. The number of parking spaces on-site is limited and is offered on a first come, first serve basis.
Shuttle Buses will run continuously from the designated parking areas to the Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport. Bus service begins at 9:00 AM and runs through 5:30 PM, [...]
Salute America 2012 air show
Salute America 2012 air show
Air shows offer specifically unique, world-class, family entertainment, at affordable prices! From the earliest barnstormers of the 1920s and 1930s to today’s highly professional aerobatic experts, air show pilots have demonstrated that the public’s interest in aviation entertainment is not a fad. Year-in and year-out for more than 100 years, air shows have been among North America’s largest spectator events.
Salute America 2012 is presented by the Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport [...]
Frosted Glass Mug
This brilliant custom Private Pilot Insider drinking mug is designed and posted by a creative Seller called JFVisualMedia. Our custom mugs make great presents for all of your relatives and friends. You will find this designer’s stunning “Private Pilot Insider” mug in JFVisualMedia’s shop with many more amazingly creative customized designs created online in the marketplace at Zazzle.
The most superior private pilot gift for anyone you can think of, this personalized Private Pilot Insider drink ware will [...]
The following video is a demonstration of the designing and cutting of an aviation instrument panel placard by Sean Hachem of Hawk Aviation Maintenance in Calhoun, Georgia.
The machine is now prepared. The rotor is removed and the engraver is installed and adjusted.
The placards are first designed on the computer.
Once the machine and placard design is complete the cutting begins.
Water is applied to keep both the engraver bit and the placard material cool.
The Placard lettering will be cut first.
The progress can [...]
FAA Safety Team | Safer Skies Through Education
The Do’s and Don’ts of Maneuvering Flight
Notice Number: NOTC2999
Nearly one-third of all fatal accidents occur during maneuvering flight, in part because maneuvering at low altitude limits the amount of time a pilot has to recover. Maneuvering flight is basically any type of flying performed close to the ground — even the traffic pattern is considered maneuvering!
Do’s and Don’ts that can help keep you safe.
This week I have been at the hospital with my ageing father
whom is having a rough time with his health. I was called very early now 5 days
ago and had to rush to his bed side. I am very pleased however to be able to
announce that today his condition is improving rather quickly. As I and some
other family members sat, waiting for results we could not help but noticed how
young most all of the medical staff appeared to be. I’m [...]
Private Pilot Insider is happy to announce that we are now offering the IFly 700 GPS for sale online at www.ifly700.com The best mobile aviation GPS around. All touch screen over laid on FAA sectional maps.
WOW! What a day it was at the Porsche Aircraft Experience this year at Peachtree Dekalb Airport (KPDK) in Atlanta, GA. I was there with the Super Hawk as a static display. Sean Hachem with Hawk Avionic and Mo Holcombe with Discovery Flying Club was also on hand as many interested spectators poked their heads in the door to view all the Super Hawk had to offer.
This year the Super Hawk sported it’s new Garmin GTN650. I am truly amazed at [...]
Cessna preflight exterior inspection
NOTE**the following information is a general inspection tool. You should use the POH preflight inspection check list that is issued by the aircraft manufacture for the aircraft in which you are flying.
Visually inspect the aircraft for general condition during the walk around.
In cold weather, remove even small accumulations of frost, ice or snow from wing, tail and control surfaces.
Also be sure all control surfaces contain no internal accumulations of ice or debris.
If night flight is planned, check [...]