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The “SuperHawk”

1978 Cessna 172N SuperHawk N211BA

Lycoming 180 Horsepower O-360 Engine
Avidyne EX600 MFD
Avidyne TWX670 Color Lightning System
Garmin GNS 430 with WAAS
Garmin SL30 NAV/COMM
Garmin GTX 327 Transponder Garmin G600 Glass Panel
Avidyne TAS600 Active Traffic System
Avidyne MLB700 Datalink Weather (with Sirius)
Garmin GMA 347 Audio Panel
AuRACLE CRM 2100 Glass Panel Engine Monitor
Aerospace Logic FL-100 Fuel Gauges

NOW AVAILABLE AT McCOLLUM AIRPORT (KRYY)

All the equipment in the “Super Hawk” was designed and installed by Sean Hachem of Hawk Aviation Maintenance

To Learn more about the Garmin G600 […]

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What do you think?

       There is many resources available for flight training. Some are very good, backed with many years of flight and teaching knowledge. Some are not so well thought out. In many areas of my life and not just aviation I have come to learn that if I don’t personally know the answer I can lean towards someone that has been there along time and accomplished much with great success. Now don’t get me wrong I don’t just take their word […]

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New products For Sale

Private Pilot Insider is proud to announce that we are now offering new products for sale online. You can get the newly designed PPI T-Shirt starting at just $12.95. We are also offering THE SC PASSIVE HEADSET and THE XC ANR HEADSET. Visit the link below for further details on these products.

http://www.privatepilotinsider.com/?page_id=1505

Watch for more products to arrive very soon. If you have any questions or comments about our products or website please feel free to contact me at tommy@privatepilotinsider.com
Thank you,
Tommy […]

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Preflight Passenger Briefings

     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 […]

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FAA Safety Team | Safer Skies Through Education

“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
Location:
Preferred Jet at McCollum Airport
1800 Airport Road
Hangar #1
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Select Number:
SO1134544

Description:
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 […]

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