Bus vs Seaplane

Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by ClimbnSink, Jan 25, 2014.

  1. ClimbnSink

    ClimbnSink Ejection Handle Pulled

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  2. airheadpenguin

    airheadpenguin Pre-takeoff checklist

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    The thing is they don't know they're embracing GA, to them its just air travel. These folks are 135/121 anyway so they pretty much are.
     
  3. rottydaddy

    rottydaddy En-Route

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    It's a scheduled airline (that also does charters), so not GA at all, actually. ;)

    The important thing is that they do know they survived a flight in one of those "little airplanes", and that is good for small-aircraft GA.:thumbsup:

    I like STndAir's "Flight Board" thing, where some flights can be had for as low as $29 (if you are first to book for that flight; next pays slightly more, etc.).
     
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    Well, on Gramma Char's Airline:
    Bring your own bottle, the pilot doesn't share
    Bring your own gun, the pilot doesn't share
    No making the Stewardess hyperventilate (knock it off back there)
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