Blue Skyers: First of all thanks to Paul D’Auria for organizing a great day at McGuire. The folks there were very accommodating and treated us well. When you look at the attached photos, you will see several with various vehicles loaded into the C-17 we first examined. The cargo bay was packed with vehicles and people, […]
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Here’s a brief (well… 9+ minute) overview of some of the nice new features at the government’s aviation weather site. Some of these features turn self-briefing for weather into a pretty easy process. Check it out: http://aviationweather.gov
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Membership Meeting Minutes April 2017
Blue Sky policy on pre-heating the Cessnas is to pre-heat the engine any time the temperature has been 20F or below within the two hours prior to flight. For the Diamond, the temperature threshold is 32F. Pre-heating is very important to the life of the engine; please protect your asset. The Pre-Heater lives in the shed […]
Here’s a brief video on the use of the new battery-powered tug to move the DA-40. Similar to the pre-heater, the tug will live in the shed and its battery will remain charging with a small solar panel. The tug has a front end (the fork) and a rear end (the wheel frame, battery, and […]
Some photos from the last AOPA fly-in event that a number of members attended…
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Here’s a 1 minute video on a leaning technique with the VM-1000.
The fuel gauges in the Diamond are not very accurate. But the VM-1000 has a nice feature that, when properly initiated, will give you a very accurate reading. On a recent flight the difference between the fuel burn as computed by the VM-1000 and the fuel added from the pump was only about 1/2 gallon. The fuel […]