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Wings over Gatineau, Quebec, Canada

April 24, 2014 by

Wings over Gatineau (CYNB) in Quebec, Canada. by Mike Raftus – Vintage Wings of Canada held their 2013 Air Show at their base in Gatineau, Quebec (CYND), just across the Ottawa River that separates the Provinces of Quebec and Ontario. This annual airshow is a great example of cooperation by different organizations. One example is that the communications were in both French and English. The airshow announcers described the aircraft and activities in both languages. The most obvious... [ Continue Reading ]

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Wings over Gatineau, Quebec, Canada

April 24, 2014 by

Wings over Gatineau (CYNB) in Quebec, Canada. by Mike Raftus – Vintage Wings of Canada held their 2013 Air Show at their base in Gatineau, Quebec (CYND), just across the Ottawa River that separates the Provinces of Quebec and Ontario. This annual airshow is a great example of cooperation... [ Continue Reading ]

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A Day at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome

April 23, 2014 by

by Robert Juckett – About four hours from my home in Burlington, N.J. lies the town of Rhinebeck, N.Y. which is home to Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome. I had the chance to take in a couple of shows this season at ORA. After missing last year’s season due to other commitments, I finally made my... [ Continue Reading ]

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Airport on the Edge of Wilderness

April 17, 2014 by

Climbing Out of Everglades City Airport by Mike Klein – On the Gulf coast of Florida, just on the edge of the Everglades National Park, sits the first airport chartered in the state; FAA designation, X01. Some visitors refer to it as the 10,000 islands outpost, and it could certainly qualify... [ Continue Reading ]

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Air-to-Ground: Airspace and Separation

April 15, 2014 by

by Rose Marie Kern Do you know who the first Air Traffic Controller was? Wilbur Wright, as he yelled “It’s clear – go ahead Orville!” Although there are three divisions of Air Traffic Control, most people only see Towers – and from TV and movies they know about radar, but they think... [ Continue Reading ]

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Q&A With your Legal Eagle

April 10, 2014 by

Sal Lagonia Esq., is an Aviation Attorney, Professor of Aviation Law and expert safety consultant who is a frequent speaker on aviation safety. Atlantic Flyer’s own Aviation Law expert took time off from his television news appearances (MH 370 Investigation) to respond to our readers’ general... [ Continue Reading ]