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click here to play the demo video of the Garmin G600 in action.
The following video is an example of an instrument approach using the Garmin G600 which is installed the Super Hawk. This equipment was installed by Hawk Avionics of Calhoun, GA The Garmin G600takes all the guess work out of flying. If you would like to personally test the Garmin, the Avidyne EX 600, the Auracle CRM2100 or any of the instruments in the Super Hawk you can contact me […]
Pastor Matt Evans of Dalton, GA is in need of transportation between KDNN – DALTON MUN, GA and KLGA – LA GUARDIA, NY. Pastor Evans wife Beth Evans has a rare blood disease and is currently living in New York awaiting a bone marrow transplant. Pastor Evans needs to be home in Dalton on Thursday for a church service and broadcast for Sunday AM. The Evans has two young boys they adopted this past spring from Ethiopia that he needs […]
How well do you brief your new passengers before you depart. Do you take for granted they know how to buckle or exit an airplane in an emergency. Here are just a few areas that should be covered before you leave.
BY: Blake Crosby of fly.blakecrosby.com
This document satisfies CAR 602.59
Before passengers are allowed to be carried in an aircraft, a passenger briefing must be performed. This
is the law. It is similar to the ones you see the flight attendants do […]
“STALLS, SPINS, and SAFETY”
Topic: Aerodynamics of stalls and spins, and scenarios in which they may be encountered inadvertently, plus recovery techniques.
On Monday, November 8, 2010 at 6:30 PM
Preferred Jet at McCollum Airport
1800 Airport Road
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Fun up high but dangerous down low! Stalls and spins are responsible for too many aviation accidents. Ms. Cavagnaro will discuss the aerodynamics of stalls and spins, scenarios in which they are encountered inadvertently, and recovery techniques. Most importantly she will offer suggestions […]
By John Nolan, October 25, 2010 Springfield News-Sun
PIQUA — Tailwind Technologies Inc.’s purchase of an engine accessories manufacturer to complement Hartzell Propeller Inc. could get a boost, now that the piston-powered aircraft industry is starting to recover from a three-year slump.
Tailwind Technologies on Sept. 30 completed the purchase of what was then known as Kelly Aerospace Energy Systems LLC, of Montgomery, Ala., for an undisclosed sum. Tailwind, the Piqua-based parent of Hartzell Propeller, has renamed Kelly Aerospace as Hartzell Engine […]