User Badges

30 Year Member
Facilitator
Commercial Pilot Certification
View Badge Glossary
Update My Subscriptions

Friends

0 Friends No Data Available

My Items

There are no Items to display.

My Upcoming Events

No Data Available

My Bookmarks

    No saved bookmarks. Click on the Bookmark link throughout the community to add bookmarks

My Newsfeed

AOPA is currently lauding Atlantic Aviation for publishing transient aircraft fees on its websites. While this is something of a positive step, I do want to point out that for any airports I checked, they include a handling fee, the amount of fuel needed to waive the handling fee, and a security fee. Notably missing from this listing is the parking or tiedown fee. At the two Atlantic locations I visit most often, the missing fee is $20 per night, and none are waived with fuel ...

Jonathan Rudolf posted new forum topic
Sep '21

AOPA is currently lauding Atlantic Aviation for publishing transient aircraft fees on its websites. While this is something of a positive step, I do want to point out that for any airports I checked, they include a handling fee, the amount of fuel needed to waive the handling fee, and a security fee. Notably missing from this listing is the parking or tiedown fee. At the two Atlantic locations I visit most often, the missing fee is $20 per night, and none are waived with fuel ...

WOULD LIKE TO TALK TO OR CHAT WITH A FELLOW PILOT HAVING EXPERIENCE OVERFLYING THE NYC CLASS B AIRSPACE AND USING JFK VOR AS A WAYPOINT. WE ARE FLYING FROM LAWRENCE (NORTH OF BOSTON) TO CHARLESTON EXECUTIVE.  THANK YOU.

I will be flying a Piper Cub cross country and will be passing several Class C airspaces. I will only have a handheld radio, and flying 2500 above the ground. I am worried about transiting the 20 mile ring and not being able contact the CTC 20 miles out. Can I enter the 20 mile ring and fly under 10 mile ring and land at an airport uunder the 10 mile ring without contacting the designated approach controller?