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Pilot Destination Update - Pella Municipal Airport, Pella, IA

"Flew into Pella in September. Great FBO, overnight hangar $40. Call 641-620-TAXI for a $6 flat rate ride to town. Stay in the Royal Amsterdam Hotel, a beautiful hotel next to the windmill with reasonable rates and an outstanding restaurant. Pella is a beautiful little town with restaurants, the Peanut Pub has zillions of beers on tap and hit the Dutch bakeries for amazing baked goodies." - Submitted by Jeff Jones.
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Happy Hangar Cafe', Lutz, FL

"Great new little restaurant right on the field, fly-in or drive in. Oh, BTW ... The front porch is great for hanging out and watching airplanes. Free WFi and meeting space also. Flight school and on-field maint shop. " - Submitted by Dan Newfang

The Most Beautiful American Made Airplane - WACO - MojoGrip

Based on designs from the 1930's, the new-production YMF-5 Super is the successful fusion of classic and contemporary. Using traditional and modern methods, these airplanes are still crafted by hand in Battle Creek, MI - and can be entirely personalized from the ground up. These new sport biplanes are the only FAA & EASA Certified aircraft of their kind, and are also approved for commercial ride operations.

Oz's Homestay Bed and Breakfast, Shinglehouse, PA

"The OZ Homestay is a charming fly in bed and breakfast located on the NY PA state line just east of Olean NY. Beautiful and remote. Tandem skydives are available if you want to try that or you can hunt, camp, swim, hike, go antiquing or just hang out. Beautiful 3000' turf strip leading right up to a great Bed Breakfast with fantastic meals great hosts, 220 acres to camp, hunt fish. A real treat is their tandem skydiving operation." - Submitted by Tom

All about the Garmin GTX 327 - Review and Walk-through - FunPlacesToFly.com

General Aviation Product Reviews, How to's, and Maintenance Tips. Arispe Aviation of AirspeedAttitude.com brings you the hard to find video advice on your aircraft from the latest and greatest products and news too the maintenance items every aircraft owner should do themselves.

Why I STOPPED My Commercial Pilot's License Training (Twice!) - Airplane Academy

If you have had trouble starting or finishing flight training of any kind (private, instrument, commercial, etc.) then you are NOT alone. I really want to become a CFI one day, and one of the prerequisites to that is completing your Commercial Pilot's License (CPL). I started and stopped this process two different times, and learned a lot from my mistakes. I wanted to share those mistakes today in case it might help others.

Martha's Restaurant, Star, NC

"Martha's Restaurant is a short walk from the FBO. Walk across the field at the end of the ramp, which usually has a mowed path, or cross the runway and follow the road around. Good food and reasonably priced." - Submitted by Walt Weaver

Aircraft Nut and Bolt Torque Values

The importance of correct torque application cannot be overemphasized. Undertorque can result in unnecessary wear of nuts and bolts, as well as the parts they secure. Overtorque can cause failure of a bolt or nut from over-stressing the threaded areas. Uneven or additional loads that are applied to the assembly may result in wear or premature failure. The following are a few simple, but important procedures, that should be followed to ensure that correct torque is applied.

Introducing the Farmland Fox! (Kitfox Super Sport) - AMAZING! - Farmland Company

This is a series 7 Kitfox that will be used to travel between farms during inspections. On this flight, Tim talks about acquiring the plane, farming and what it is like flying it!

Hickory Aviation Museum, Hickory, NC

"The Hickory Aviation Museum, operated by the Sabre Society of North Carolina, is located at the airport in Hickory, North Carolina. Static aircraft displays are located on the former terminal ramp, and the visitor center is in the former passenger terminal. Hours of Operation: Saturdays: 10:00am until 5:00pm. Sundays: 1:00pm until 5:00pm. Some Friday hours too. Other times by appointment. Admission is free but donations are appreciated. If you are there Friday say 'Hi' to Harvey Dancy - he makes Friday hours possible." - Submitted by Peter

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