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Now's your chance to win a freebie... by Jay Honeck
This weekend is the Eastern Iowa Big Kids Toy Show here in Iowa City (KIOW). On Saturday, for fly-in pilots ONLY, the organizers are giving away two certificates good for a free night in any of our aviation theme suites! When you fly in, go to the FBO and drop your name in the box. The drawings...
May 17th 05 10:05 PM
by Jay Honeck Go to last post
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noise protection by ant
I need some strong way to protect from upstairs noises! Some idea? Thanks
May 17th 05 07:22 PM
by Steve Foley Go to last post
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boycott united forever by gatt
My dad worked for 24 years at UAL-PDX. Laid him off in his 24th year, a year before he was eligible for full retirement. He was UAL-PDX employee of the year a couple of times, received all kinds of awards and bonuses...he received one award for not missing a day of work for something like...
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May 17th 05 05:18 PM
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Bird strike by Jase Vanover
I posted yesterday about my first solo, and planned to do some more uneventful circuits today but ended up having a postable experience once again. On final I noticed a bunch of white dots on the runway... seagulls. We had seen them congregating around the runway during runup and takeoff. My...
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May 17th 05 11:44 AM
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"Airplanes don't kill people!, people kill people!" by Flyingmonk
OK, guys... I'm making an official announcement. "Airplanes don't kill people!, people kill people!" This statement is hereby mine and none of you better use it without my concent! LOL. Monday I'm going to the T-shirt shop and ordering me 1000 units of various sizes. Let me know if anyone...
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May 17th 05 10:26 AM
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Here's evidence why the gov't assholes overreacted. by R.L.
It's come out that the C150 was squawking VFR. Why on F*g earth would a pilot on a supposed suicide-bomb mission bother to have his damned transponder on, much less squawk 1200 while penetrating the ADIZ? Doesn't make sense. I believe I heard that the 9/11 hijackers knew enough to turn...
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May 17th 05 08:01 AM
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Dangerous Cessna evacuates govt again by Paul kgyy
True to the rugged pioneer spirit of our great country, DC cowered for cover again as a Cessna violated the no-fly zone. Fighter jets were scrambled to deal with this imminent threat to the security of our nation.
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May 17th 05 06:36 AM
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D.C. Cessna sca Repugnikkkans runs like cowardly chickens ! -- LOL! by george
"- Prof. Jonez=A9" wrote: Geoff Kent wrote: Oh dear, what a pathetic bunch of clowns you Yanks are. A single-engine Cessna flying somewhere between 3,000 & 7,000 feet accidentally strays into a "no-fly" zone & everyone starts crapping their pants. Bu$h and the neo-con repugs...
May 17th 05 06:05 AM
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Mommmiiiiiiieee, I want some Jets, too! by Martin Hotze
from the last avweb newsletter (copyright applies): ---snip DALEY'S CHICAGO WANTS F-16S, TOO While the Cessna 150 was "threatening" Washington, D.C., Chicago Mayor Richard Daley wasn't taking any chances. According to the Chicago CBS affiliate, emergency officials in Chicago were "put on notice"...
May 17th 05 05:28 AM
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Service Volumes of VOR's make no sense by Antoņio
I was at a CFI safety meeting today and the subject of VOR service volumes came up. The AIM describes the Standard High Service Volume as providing positive course guidance at varying distances depending on your altitude--40nm at 1000ft., 100nm at 14,500ft, 130nm at 45,000ft, etc. If the VOR is a...
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May 17th 05 05:20 AM
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Airport Database by Wizard of Draws
Does anyone know where I can lay my hands on an airport database with name, ID, lat/long and elevation? I've found two from separate sources that are close, but each is missing at least one element that I'd like to have and I don't relish the thought of trying to merge them into one. -- Jeff 'The...
May 17th 05 02:20 AM
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C-150 turbine time!!! by Bob Gardner
Flash!! A Washington Post story reprinted in the Seattle Times says that a Cessna 150 is a turboprop!! Bob Gardner
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May 16th 05 11:10 PM
by John Galban Go to last post
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Senate Bill S.786 could kill NWS internet weather products by FlyBoy
As a private pilot, I make frequent use of the NWS's Aviation Digital Data Service (see 1). I especially like their "Java Tools" graphic presentations of METAR, TAF, and AIR/SIGMET data. Senate Bill S. 786 (see 2) could well kill such NWS weather presentations in favor of private sector...
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May 16th 05 09:31 PM
by Jim Go to last post
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Unidentified Ford Fiesta Penetrates Washington by Bob Chilcoat
Unidentified Ford Fiesta Penetrates Washington City Center, Causes Government Shutdown May 13, 2005, Washington DC (AP) Terror and panic again visited Washington Today. This morning at 8:47 AM. traffic control personnel were suddenly aware that a 2003 Ford Fiesta, driven by an as yet...
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May 16th 05 07:18 PM
by Paul kgyy Go to last post
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EAA Hops and Props - OSH by Jim Burns
Well, we survived. Didn't get drunk. Didn't fly any airplanes after our beer. Didn't crash our car on the way home. Only a data point of 1, but maybe pilots really can get close to airplanes while drinking alcohol without becoming statistics! :) Saturday evening my wife and I attended the EAA...
May 16th 05 06:34 PM
by Steve Foley Go to last post
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Eastern Iowa Big Kids Toy Show in Iowa City this coming weekend by Jay Honeck
This coming weekend, May 21 - 22, there will be a fly-in pancake breakfast -- and every kind of testosterone-rush toy -- here in Iowa City, at the Eastern Iowa Big Kids Toy Show! We're talking aircraft, warbirds, motorcycles, boats, RVs, Humvees, high performance cars -- you name it, if it's cool,...
May 16th 05 03:27 PM
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How safe is a new teenaged pilot? by anon
Our 17 year old son want to fly as a passenger with his 17 year old friend who is a brand new pilot. We think the boy is level-headed and mature. He grew up flying with his dad who is a retired test pilot for an aircraft manufacturer. These credentials not withstanding, I'm guessing that there...
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May 16th 05 12:24 PM
by Dylan Smith Go to last post
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Lakewood (NJ) Airport in Danger by Regina Proulx
Lakewood NJ is looking into selling its airport, which it purchased about a decade ago, to be used for other uses. The airport commission isn't happy about that, but the municipal government has its own ideas... ---- Township Attorney Steven Secare said Lakewood may be able to sell the 192-acre...
May 16th 05 01:17 AM
by Jay Honeck Go to last post
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DEN to SNA via LAS by Rich Raine
My friend and I are planning a flight in a new Cirrus 22. We intend to leave Denver May 26 and would appreciate the groups thoughts as to possible routing. Is it practical to go a direct as possible? Or would the best advice be to travel south then west to avoid crossing the mountains. Any...
May 15th 05 08:42 PM
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Anywhere Map System by abg
Anyone looking for a cheap moving map aviation GPS cheaply? There is one currently on ebay at http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5774964122 Cheers
May 15th 05 06:56 PM
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