Flying the Mojave Desert
I logged my first hours flying a Cessna 172 Skyhawk in 1987. Since then I have gotten my Commercial Pilot's License and flown over 15 types of aircraft. I've had many commercial flying jobs including sightseeing, charter, cargo, ferry flights, and photo flights. I've also logged many hours of aerobatic flight. Every time I take off, I still have the same thrill of flying that I did when I started. There's nothing like it!
Stunt Pilot/Wing Walker Amanda Franklin was involved in an aircraft accident in Texas during an air show in March. Sadly, Amanda passed away on May 27th, 2011. She was a friend and fellow pilot and will be greatly missed. See my video tribute below.
Drone and Aircraft photography of the Volcanic Craters in the Mojave Desert
BLUE ASH AIRPORT (ISZ) CLOSES
The Blue Ash Airport closed after 70 years of service and flight training to become a park. Yellow X painted on runway 6 at Blue Ash after closure of the airport on August 29, 2012
Blue Ash Aviation Memories
SUN n FUN @ LAKELAND OSHKOSH