At the SAAC meeting on Friday, Kenn Ortmann
was presented with a plaque to recognize and thank him for his many years
on the SAAC, and formerly the SAOC. He was Vice Chair for many years and
has been a very active member during his tenure since 2002. Recently, Kenn
has left the SAAC as he is moving from Rochester to Belfast, ME.
On Saturday June 4, mother nature was nice and gave us a beautiful day.
Thousands attend the Skyhaven Wings and Wheels event to benefit Gerry Food
Pantry. Click on the video below to see some of the activities.
FLUGTAG IN PITTSBURGH 9-15-17:
The RedBull Flugtag was in Pittsburgh this year. This amazing company has
bragging rights of being the largest selling drink in the world. The founder
Dietrich Mateschitz is not only the richest man in Austria but also flies
a Falcon 900 and a Super Cup and has a hangar full of vintage aircraft.
Some people have it good, and some people have it really good... Problem
of the day: Which airplane should I fly today?
TFR MORRISTOWN/BEDMINSTER, NJ BEGINNING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 9-14-17:
President Trump's planned visit.
225 Meeting September 12th (BBQ @ 6PM) 9-1217:
The Antique Aircraft Association fly-in was held over Labor Day weekend
in Blakesburg, Iowa and the weather was perfect in eastern Iowa.
The following weekend brought the Midwest Antique Aircraft Club (MAAC)
fly-in up to Brodhead, Wisconsin and equally beautiful weather prevailed.
highlight of the event was celebrating Dick and Patsy Jackson’s 65th wedding
anniversary at the fly-in. The same weekend the 44th Annual Greenville
International Fly-In took place in beautiful Greenville, Maine. At
least three of our chapter members attended, including Alan Goodwin, Gerry
Hanscom and Gerry Peterson. Our monthly meeting on Tuesday, September
12th will feature a slideshow presentation of the Greenville Fly-In presented
by Gerry Peterson. ...MORE
in a Glider at Morrisville Airport 9-6-17:
On a trip to Morrisville one of my passengers decided to stay their for
the weekend. Morrisville is noted for their morning fog and stubborn scattered
to broken clouds from pattern altitude to four thousand feet, but with
a little patience it usally clears by 10 to let some VFR traffic fly in
for a visit.