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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 […]
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 […]
Grandpa may have told you in the past that the quickest way between two points is a direct line. The route with the least amount of turns can prove to be the fastest. If you are a fan of Nascar you will notice as the drivers round the track they will ride high on the straight away and down low on the turns. In doing this it enables the drivers to take the turns quicker. Turns are a requirement […]
Hello and welcome to Private Pilot Insider. In this video you can come and ride with us as we take the “Super Hawk” through the Atlanta Hartsville-Jackson airports class bravo airspace on our way to the EAA chapter 38’s Saturday morning breakfast at Warner Robins field in Perry, GA. Hawk Avionics of Calhoun, GA has designed and installed all of the latest electronic equipment available. This equipment enabled us to keep an eye on every airplane arriving at and departing […]
Avidyne’s EX600 delivers easy-to-use, datalink-ready multifunction display capability for general aviation airplanes & helicopters.
Receive a FREE MLB700 when you buy a new
EX600 MFD with a TAS Traffic system! ($4,745 value)
This promotion is only valid until 3/31/2011
Contact Sean Hachem of Hawk Avionics at
to schedule a demo of these systems in the SuperHawk.
The EX600 keeps you connected with the complete weather picture, allowing you to view datalink graphical weather information that is […]
Over time the instrument panel of any aircraft or practically anything for that matter will deteriorate with age. Factory replacement panels can prove to be very costly not to mention putting you right back in the position to have to replace it again in a few years. Panel Pro™ has developed a revolutionary machine which cut instrument panels with great precision.
The Panel Pro™ is a computer controlled router optimized for aluminum sheet metal 1/8″ thick. […]
This Cessna super Hawk is of the most technically advanced aircrafts around. Sporting a Garmin G600, an Avidyne EX600 MFD and much more it takes the guess work out of flying. Continue reading
EAA Chapter 976 was formed in the latter part of 1990, but the idea went back a little before that time. You see, Al Fowler taught a Sunday School Class in Douglasville and guess who happened to be in that class. That’s right, Tom Howard, Hal Coonley and Don Bowlick. They say that the Chapter was not planned in that class, but no one really believes them. It was in that class along with several flying trips that EAA Chapter […]