|June 2018 Edition
2018 Airshow Edition
Tired of going to airshows only to get poor seating, bug bites,
luke warm adult beverages, and a sunburn? We take that all away! Swing in your hammock or curl up in your easy chair--we give
you front row center seating at the 2018 Wings Over South Texas Airshow at NAS Kingsville. Using a 360-degree video camera,
we give you a first-person experience. All you do is provide your favorite snacks and beverage to make for an enjoyable airshow
We continue our flight instructor series and examine
the risk versus reward for teaching student pilots to fly airport-to-airport instead of the typical straight line between
departure and destination. Our staff flight instructor examines the economics of reducing student risk of flying outside of
gliding distance to an airport during solo cross country flights.
heard of $100 hamburger flights. But in Texas, barbeque is king. We look for fields with on-airport cafes or nearby restaurants
with BBQ good enough to make a pilot land. Hungry yet?
Professional drone flyers!
Are you coming up on the end of your first 24 months of currency? Our remote pilot explains how to keep current for the next
Aleca King, our intrepid staff flight attendant, is on summer sabatical.
We republish her amazing poem "From the World I've Learned."
All this and
more within the virtual pages of the June 2018 edition of General Aviation Security!
Special Microbook August 2016 Edition:
airspace for remote pilots. Flying an unmanned aircraft may sound like it's the same as manned aviation, but it's not! The
airspace rules are different for unmanned aircraft. Learn more. Read General Aviation Security Magazine's
special microbook edition for August 2016.
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|August 2016 Special Edition