While most aviation enthusiasts don’t go beyond having Microsoft Flight simulator on their computer, the tecca blog has reported that James Price of Pleasanton, California who is an air traffic controller at Oakland International Airport and a private pilot, has spent 12 years to build a fully functioning Boeing 737 flight simulator in his garage […]
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This Kulula 737 has a great paint scheme that labels the different parts of the plane. I guess it helps dozy first officers do a thorough walk-around. Excellent. I want to paint all planes like this. I particularly like the sign for the captain: ‘the big cheese’ and the label for the registration mark: ‘secret […]
Lately, aircraft tragedies have led to sometimes inaccurate media accounts and rush to judgment reporting from journalists unfamiliar with flying. However, when journalist AND a former professional airline pilot William Langewiesche writes about an aviation tragedy, expect a well researched and thoroughly engrossing read.
For some people a Boeing Business Jet is the ultimate status symbol, for others it is a business tool but for a few it is nothing less than a second home. Boeing realised that wealthy individuals and corporate CEOs who spend months each year travelling could use the space offered by the BBJ, a converted […]