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EAA AirVenture: Oshkosh 2016

This week we are on final approach for Oshkosh. For any and all aviation enthusiasts, this small town in the heart of Wisconsin is the place to be from July 25 th - 31 st . Dubbed the "World's Greatest Aviation Celebration," the highlights this year include the Canadian Forces Snowbirds, the Martin Mars aircraft...

Flying your Cirrus to the Top Stargazing Destinations in the US

The United States is home to 18 officially recognized Dark Sky Places. A dark sky place is an area that is kept free of artificial light pollution, and is designated into five types of categories by the International Dark-Sky Association. International Dark Sky Communities are cities and towns that adopt strict outdoor...

The $100 Hamburger

We've all done it. It's nearly a rite of passage as a pilot. As Laura Sant wrote, "Hopping in a plane for a meal and an afternoon flight is a common practice among those who fly for fun; in aviation slang, it's known as a "hundred dollar hamburger," since by the time you factor in the cost of...

Destination Review: Nantucket, Massachusetts

Destination Review: Nantucket, Massachusetts Nantucket is an island 30 miles (48.3 km) south of Cape Cod , Massachusetts , in the United States . Together with the small islands of Tuckernuck and Muskeget , it constitutes the town of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and a favorite destination for couples, families, pilots, politicians...

Friend or Foe – Working With your Autopilot

What's your comfort level with your airplane’s automation? Are you one of the devoted hand-flyers who takes pride in never touching the knobs of your autopilot? Or, are you part of the “Nintendo generation” who wonders how long you could go during a flight without actually touching the controls? Regardless...