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Giving back, Observations from AirVenture

by Richard Morey Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine October/November 2022 Digital Issue Aviation is amazing! As pilots, we know this. We have a level of freedom that few are privileged to share. As a flight instructor, I get to share … Continue reading

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The Pilot’s New Panel – Part II

by Michael J. “Mick” Kaufman © Copyright 2022. All rights reserved! Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine October/November 2022 Digital Issue So, what is the perfect panel for your needs should you decide to do an upgrade? It depends on many … Continue reading

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THE SKY AND I

by Ann Holtgren Pellegreno Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine October/November 2022 Digital Issue LEARNING TO FLY 1960 TO 1961 YOUNG FIELD ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN First Part of Chapter One First Flying Lesson, August 29, 1960 “Be sure your seatbelt is … Continue reading

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AOPA 2022 Tiger Sweepstakes Winner Surprised!

Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine October/November 2022 Digital Issue PETALUMA, CALIF. – Under the guise of an interview about backcountry flying, avid pilot Alex Browne found himself completely speechless when AOPA President Mark Baker delivered the news that he had … Continue reading

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Safety In The Skies–The Airlines vs. GA

by Pete Schoeninger © Copyright 2022. All rights reserved! Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine October/November 2022 Digital Issue Q) What do you hear about the current aircraft market? A) As of mid-August, I asked two active local aircraft salesmen, Jeff … Continue reading

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How A Father & Son Flew 100 Hours Together During The COVID Shutdown

by Phil & Mark Peterson Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine August/September 2022 Digital Issue We wanted to fly during the pandemic, but not stay overnight at any one location, so we enrolled in the “Fly Wisconsin Airport Passport Program.” You … Continue reading

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Neste delivers aviation industry’s first-ever CORSIA certified sustainable aviation fuel to American Airlines

Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine August/September 2022 Digital Issue For the first time in aviation history, a CORSIA certified batch of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) was delivered to a commercial airline. The announcement was made July 12, 2022. Neste, the … Continue reading

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AOPA’s Rusty Pilots Seminars

by Bob Worthington © Copyright 2022. All rights reserved! Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine August/September 2022 Digital Issue As the U.S. pilot population slipped a decade into the 21st century, the leaders of the Aircraft Owners Pilots Association (AOPA) decided … Continue reading

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The Pilot’s New Panel

by Michael J. (Mick) Kaufman © Copyright 2022. All rights reserved! Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine August/September 2022 Digital Issue As I continue to have pilots tell me about and show me the new avionics suites they have in their … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Triangle

by Dean Zakos © Dean Zakos 2022. All Rights Reserved Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine August/September 2022 Digital Issue In my years of flying, I never thought much about ghosts or the supernatural. Something in August 1980 assuredly changed my … Continue reading

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