200 MPH at 17,500 Feet - 4 place - 1,030 Mile Range
Splash – June 1st Preview of the Sun Lakes Aero Club Article
for the Splash
Accident– A chilling reminder to avoid
Strikes - Over 195 people have been killed world-wide as a result of bird
strikes since 1988 - Over 7,100 bird and other wildlife strikes were reported
the Limits – Lands pilot in lake Michigan.
Know your range and be careful of headwinds.
Aircraft Accident – The first recorded fatal aircraft accident happened in
Air Balloons –They will amaze you (44 Slides 4.6 mb). Use “Page Down” - Courtesy of member Bob
Other interesting articles from AOPA and other
FAA Proposal – Governing pilot training and certification would make training regs worse..
Arizona Airplane Accidents – There were an unusual number recently (9)
Aeromedical Factors – Take Sporty’s Quiz to see how much you know about this subject
Allergy Factors – Can you fly on the allergy medicine you are taking?
Engine Overhaul – Engine overhaul terminology and standards. What does it all mean?
Latest on the Eclipse 500 VLJ (Very Light Jet). SLAC visited the Eclipse facility in 2002 and 2004
AOPA Annual Meeting – Scottsdale Saturday May 19th. If you fly in Arizona this meeting is a must.
Flight Service Headaches – SLAC is flying to Prescott to visit the FSS on May 29th.
Microsoft Windows Vista – FAA warns staff against using Microsoft Vista
for Recruits in the National Guard – Cute joke courtesy of member Eugene
Travel Tips – May Issue - Courtesy
of member Bob Green
Condition in the Rain – (29 Slides 2.5 mb) What
you are about to see is the Lena Highway, a Russian Federal highway, Moscow
city to Yakutsk City. Courtesy of member
Dan Bott. Wait for this to open.
vs Rattlesnake. – (Video 3.8 mb) You can make these full screen size
by clicking on the maximize box.
Courtesy of member Eugene Evans.
vs Bridge – Driver misjudged the clearance. Courtesy of member Eugene Evans
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