3 Things Every Pilot Needs to Know About… Rental Checkout Flights

There comes a time when pilots spread there wings in new places. Sometimes this is done by taking a plane and going on a long journey… The other option is renting an airplane while you are away on a trip! … Continue reading

Flying For Food: Ballard’s Beach Club (near) KBID

As the summer comes to a close, and a chill develops in the air, one should be able to look back at the past few months and (hopefully) say they enjoyed themselves, relaxed, and traveled! Whether it was a quick … Continue reading

Flying for Food: Cockpit Café @ KSFM

What better way to enjoy flying and food than to head on a breakfast flight up to Maine!? Well, I guess you could head to breakfast in Connecticut…or New York…Or stay in Massachusetts…but that’s beside the point! On a recent … Continue reading

Flying is SAFE and Airports are Friendly!

Recently, the USA Today wrote a true hatchet-piece on general aviation. My questions include, what was the motivation for this piece? Why is the USA Today out to get general aviation? Who paid for the research and content creation?   … Continue reading

Flying for Food: Rick’s Crabby Cowboy Cafe @ KMTP

  I love to eat! I don’t know any other way to put it, and when Matt asked me if I would be a new “Flying for Food” contributor, I couldn’t say no! Pursuing a career in aviation, and finishing … Continue reading

Flying for Food: Midfield Cafe @ KASH

I visit the Midfield Café at the Nashua, NH airport (KASH) often. The Midfield has many advantages that make it a top-notch restaurant, add the airport and views form the second floor location and you have a winner! The Midfield … Continue reading

Flying for Food: Plane View @ KMVY

The “$100 hamburger,” is a right of passage for every pilot. Flying to a (maybe not so) distant airport for breakfast, lunch or dinner is one of the most common uses of a general aviation airplane on a weekly basis. … Continue reading