On winter break from the University of Applied Sciences at Osnabruck Germany, 7 young private pilots from the Aircraft and Flight Engineering Department spent 3 weeks at Cable Airport, exercising their flying skills and preparing for the next semester. These young men, all of about 23-24 years of age, are future Air Traffic Controllers, Lufthansa Pilots, and Aircraft Engineers. Now with several more hours in their logbooks, they can move on to the instrument rating and beyond. Special thanks to Joerg Geschke for his tireless instruction.
All of us at Cable Airport and Foothill Flying Club truly enjoyed their energy and enthusiasm for aviation. We hope you will return soon!
See the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxZXSI5mme4 (They did a great job of flying and editing!)
Inland Empire. Aviation Roundtable
March Field Air Museum
March 14, 2013 7pm
Subject: Boeing B-52 Stratofortress (AKA "The Buff")
Speaker: Richard "Dick" Heitman, Lt Colonel, USAF Retired.
(951) 902-5949 www.marchfield.org