Jason Schappert, February 19th, 2010
Airspace is actually classified into several classes, and one of these is Class B. The B tag here is very accurate, and is meant to stand for “big.” That is a fact, because Class B is indeed the biggest airspace there is for any pilot to navigate. Even if it is big, it is actually very crowded as majority of the world’s traffic fly through Class B airspace. Thus, for a pilot, it is important to understand Class B airspace as it can help him navigate this sector of aerial territory effectively and safely since both large and small aircraft are found in Class B. Read More >>
FrancoisD, February 1st, 2010
Basically, isn't that what brings YOU here too? We are all passionate about flying, aviation and/or airplanes in one way or other. I have been away for awhile. I guess that happens to many of us from time to time. Life is difficult on many and it takes more time these days to scrape a living together. But that just leaves even a larger NEED for a passion.
And that's why I think you will just LOVE the short video about the Tiger Boys and Girl that's available from the WhyFly.aero website that was recently opened. Check out the Tiger Boys and Girl article here and DO run that video. There are lots more interesting stories by interesting people there and I think a subscription is more than worth it. Give them a try and click here for more information.
The people writing on that site can REALLY tell you what flying is about and especially WHY we... and YOU!?.... do it and so it is a great complement to the Let's go Flying initiative and this blog here!