You knew the guy? Well, if you talk to him soon, tell him a brother sends his regards for a speedy recovery and quick return to the cockpit!blingair said:How's that short bus treating you? Normally I don't throw mud but when some smart acre jerk makes light of a friends accident I get a little frosted.
FN FAL said:I bet that home wrecker of a pilot had a G.E.D. that sun of biscuit.
starchkr said:I know many of you read about this but, we had a 208 lose an engine at night after t/o out of OMA not too long ago. Pilot put it down on a small highway/road with only minor damage to a wing from a small highway sign. We sent mechanics out and they swapped the engine right there on the side of te highway and flew it off the highway a couple days later. Quite the feat considering it was at night.
Flying Illini said:Glad he's going to make it....I wish people would stop pushing it and crashing into houses though. Find a road or field and go with it.
JimNtexas said:One neighbor said it was headed south, away from Georgetown.
Woo hah!Jeff Helgeson said:....he was 46 and had gone back to college. A textbook was found at the scene of the accident. The NTSB in investigating the rumor that he had been known to read study material during flight.
Word, FN FAL!!!
FN FAL said:My icing training wasn't really a seminar it was more like a company safety meeting. It wasn't a while back, it was Monday. And it was my director of operations that said the feds had talked about yanking the "known ice" cert off the van, quite possibly in light of the alleged icing related crash of a FedEx Feeder Caravan up in Canada last week.
blingair said:How's that short bus treating you? Normally I don't throw mud but when some smart acre jerk makes light of a friends accident I get a little frosted.