Monthly Archives: March 2016

L-29 TFBs and PEC Mil-Specs

Tower-fly-by has always been one of the most precise methods of altimeter calibration. As part of an exercise preparation at ITPS, I flew on a number of TFB test points in the Czechoslovakian Aero L-29 Dolphin to verify the limited numbers … Continue reading

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Joined the Flight Test Technical Committee of AIAA

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is unarguably the world’s largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession. Being a member of it till 2008 (currently Senior Member status), I have just been accepted as a member in … Continue reading

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Saturday fun

Starting with morning skydiving back-flips and a downwind landing(!), late afternoon and night IFR training flights, and the late evening baking of nistisima apple pies, last Saturday sounded like fun!

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