Call Sign: Slayer
Why I'm a Pilot: First time I was on the controls when I was on a HU-1 when I was 15 years old.
Favorite Plane: Super Decathlon
Occupation: An upland bird hunting guide
Most Fun Aviation Experience: Sea plane flying in Alaska.
Call Sign: Deni
Favorite Plane: My Flying BarcaLounger (A320) is great but I’m happy to be flying anything high/low fast/slow
Occupation: First Officer
Most Exciting Aviation Experience: Flying the Caribbean islands in a twin turboprop!
Call sign: Action
Why I’m a pilot: I’m a third generation pilot and I’ve always known it’s what I wanted to do
Favorite plane: Gotta be the King Air 200
Occupation: Flight Instructor
Most exciting Aviation Experience: flying all over the country in a King Air with my old man
Call Sign: Leeroy
Why I’m a pilot: I’ve just always wanted to fly since I was a kid.
Favorite Plane: A-10 is my favorite aircraft.
Occupation: United/Air Force Reserves
Most Exciting Aviation Experience: flying low level in the Hawg around Denali National Park
Call Sign: Crusher
Why I’m a pilot: I love airplanes, always have. I want to be around them as much as I can.
Favorite Plane: Piper Warrior. In general, the DC-3 is a classic beauty.
Occupation: Flight Instructor and Barista
Most Exciting Aviation Experience: Taking my mom up for the first time!
Call Sign: N/A
Why I’m a pilot: I come from a family of pilots (5 pilots in a family of 5, including three daughters!)
Favorite Plane: Da40 of course!
Occupation: Skywest First Officer
Most Exciting Aviation Experience:
Flying 5MA to the Bahamas to participate in a "Fly in and Help out" event for Habitat for Humanity
Call Sign: ROTOR
Why I’m a pilot: Following in my old man’s footsteps, he was also an army helicopter pilot. Plus I watched a lot of Top Gun and Blackhawk Down
Favorite Plane: I’ll fly anything, but I’m partial to the Diamond
Occupation: I am a full time civilian Air Force instructor teaching initial flight training, and a part time Blackhawk instructor pilot for the US Army Reserve in a local MEDEVAC unit Most Exciting Aviation Experience: Plenty of excitement from 12 months in Iraq and 12 months in Afghanistan, but my favorite was responding in an HH60 to Hurricane Harvey down in Houston.
$120 / N4882L PA-28-180 - GPS Apollo GX55 - Stratus ESG Transponder
$120 / N831TS - GPS Garmin 430 - L3 NTG 9000 Transponder - Intercom PM 1000
$320 / N321N - Garmin GTN 750 GPS, Dual G5 digital indicators, Garmin GMA 345 Audio, GNC255 Com/Nav, GTN9000 Transponder, STEC Autopilot
$170 / N405MA - Dual G1000s, KAP 140 Autopilot, Dual Nav/Coms
$180 / N22VA - Dual Coms/Nav, Autopilot, IFR Certified