In June 2006, I got a high-performance/complex signoff in a Socata Trinidad. My son and daughter wanted to go somewhere new and interesting, but they wanted to go faster than 115 knots. (They really are good kids, though.) We never met a roller coaster we didn’t like, so I chose Griffing-Sandusky, and a short drive from Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. I used the AOPA RTFP to plan a not-exactly-direct route from Frederick that skirted the Pittsburgh and Cleveland Class B airspace. The trip took two and one-half hours. We spent a perfect summer day racing around Cedar Point, which calls itself the Roller Coaster Capital of the World, and with good reason.
I think I’ll hang on to KFDK-KSKY awhile longer.
So, what’s in your flight planner? Are you planning some new trips or hanging on to some old favorites? Tell us in the Comments section below.
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