What Would You Do?

H21 – SUS. 1300 departure, July 22, in a Turbo Arrow. Scattered layer 4500’, visibility greater than 3 miles with haze, light to moderate chop down low, 15 knot tailwind at altitude. 103 miles, an easy 45 minute flight. Preflight, run up, takeoff and climb all normal. 33″MP/ 2450RPM. Looks good and sounds good. Upon Read More …

GSLFIA Membership – Chuck Williams, GSLFIA Director

I never thought I would be the old guy in the room but in my 30 years as a GSLFIA member I have seen continued growth and improvement in the organization. My $20 annual investment has returned dividends in safety and connections. My reasons for joining were camaraderie, professionalism and networking. GSFLIA offers an opportunity Read More …