2015 Massachusetts Airport Management Association Conference

One of the highlights of my year each year is the annual Massachusetts Airport Management Association (MAMA) conference. Having the ability to spend time with so many like-minded, passionate aviation professionals is a great opportunity! This year the event took … Continue reading

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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

Flying for Food: Gene Collette’s Airport Restaurant @ KFIT

What better way to spend a Sunday (late morning) than to go flying! An even better way to spend this kind of day…you guessed it, flying for a bite to eat! I can say that I have been to a … Continue reading

AOPA’s Great Day for GA!

Have you made it out to one of the regional Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) fly-in events yet? If the answer is no, then you need to change that, soon! With three more events plus the homecoming event at Fredrick, … 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: Plane Jane’s @ KPYM

“I have to go flying, I’m having withdrawals,” Peter’s text read mid-Friday afternoon. It was a cold and snowy winter with the majority of weekends featuring clouds, high winds and snow. The weather for the first eight weeks of 2014 … 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