Volunteering in YOUR Aviation Community!

Patriots’ Day (the third Monday in April) means a great deal to us residents of Massachusetts. Originally for the patriots of our great country, the day shares its name with our (AGAIN) Superbowl Champion football team. At Fenway Park on … Continue reading

Airport Edge Lighting Explored…

There is more than meets the eye when it comes to airfield edge lighting… There are a variety of edge lights around airports, most are common and easy to understand, but a lot of times this is something pilots memorize … Continue reading

Airplanes – Definitely Worth Seeing!

Airplanes: A World in Flight peels back the stressful facade that customs, TSA and small seats have given to airline travel. Director Brian Terwilliger through narrator, Harrison Ford allow viewers to look beyond these “painful” layers of air travel to see the true … Continue reading

3 Things Every Pilot Needs to Know About… Descents!

Maybe it’s because I am constantly assessing risk, but when I see student pilots who make their first solo in 10, 12 even 15 hours, I often wonder if the student is really prepared… The physical muscle memory associated with … Continue reading