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MERE FEAR

Fear. It's a nasty little word that most pilots treat like someone's bad toupee. Don't think about it; don't speak of it and, if it attracts your attention, pretend you don't notice it. We often try to ignore fear and, in the process, we deny what it represents. In fact, a little fear, properly interpreted, is essential to our survival.


Flight Deck Grill, Longmont, CO

"FLIGHT DECK GRILL offers breakfast and lunch in an outdoor casual setting. Our mobile cafe is a fun change from the traditional brick and mortar restaurants we've all frequented way to often. You'll sit OUTDOORS IN 'PLANE' VIEW while enjoying menu items such as the Top Gun Burrito, Middle Seat Sandwich or Pilot's Pastry for breakfast... oh, and don't forget a hot cup of Jet Fuel or Low Lead.... coffee of course. After 11:00, you'll want to try the Single Engine Angus Burger, Rocket Brat, Fuselasage, Whirly Bird or Red Baron.... or for our VegHeads, the Crop Duster. COME CHECK US OUT Wednesday - Sunday, 7:30 - 2:00, good VFR days, located next to The Air West Flight Center @ LMO. Also visit us @ flightdeckgrill.com or www.facebook.com/flightdeckgrill for our 'Fly Outs' schedule.... aka, dates we will be away. Why not make a stop @ LMO and fuel up, while you fuel up. We'd love to see you! Chow Ciao for now. Dian Chad Rennicke" - Submitted by Diann Rennicke.


You May Be Right (About the BushCat Aircraft) - BushcatTom

Crank Up Your Speakers and Enjoy the Show!


Featured Fun Place to FLY! Runway Cafe, Greenville, SC

"On field restaurant. Open for lunch and dinner Mon. - Sat., just lunch on Sunday. Great food, view and prices. Indoor and outdoor seating. Plane tie ups right by building. Near fuel." - Submitted by Lara Kaufmann


Webinar: Forced Landings: A Plan to Survive - Air Safety Institute

Engine failures may be uncommon, but they present an ever-present threat to the safe operation of your aircraft. If you want to make the best decisions during this time-critical event, you'll need to know--beforehand--the factors that are pertinent to your specific situation. Knowledge is the antidote to fear; incorporating these concepts into a training plan will help you cope with the unexpected and give you the best chances for a safe landing.


ROD MACHADO'S 40-HOUR PRIVATE PILOT ELEARNING GROUND SCHOOL

Thinking about learning to fly? Do you want to fly for a living? Would you like to refresh your knowledge for your flight review? If so, then the place to start is with Rod Machado's new 40-hour+ private pilot eLearning ground school. This eLearning course prepares you to take the private pilot knowledge exam and provides the foundation of knowledge needed to make your flight training a more enjoyable experience.


Highs And Lows of Winter Flying - Trent Palmer

Tips about winter flying.


Airport Cafe at Kern Valley Airport, Kernville, CA

"L05 is a great place to practice mountain flying. Good food and a short trip to the Kern river for rafting. There is also camping on the field." - Submitted by Dave.


FREE Course Intro - Understanding Aircraft Marshalling - King Schools

Replace confusion with confidence! Our FREE Understanding Aircraft Marshalling course for pilots teaches & demonstrates the ground signals you might see on busy ramps, fly-ins, and aviation events. Our FREE Marshalling Course will give you the tools needed to arrive and depart safely and efficiently from any busy ramp. You will also learn what signals to give back to the marshaller when necessary.


Featured Fun Place to FLY! AeroDiner, North Windham, CT

"Park at Windham Aviation, sign in and ask for directions to the AeroDiner. The nice folks there will tell you to walk out and over the hill to Boston Post Road and then up the street to the restaurant not more than 1/2 mile. Great old fashion diner." - Submitted by Zavracky


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