Alright, I know its been a long time since my last post but being busy with sports and flight training prevents me from blogging. I managed to slip away from my busy life to talk to all you guys about the wonderful night cross country I had last night. I planned the flight from KFDY to KDAY to KAOH then back to KFDY. We started out at about at 9:30ish and began the journey to my required night hours. As we contacted the Toledo Approach to get flight following we turned to a magnetic course of 207 degrees to go via direct to Dayton James Cox Int. Airport. A brisk 40 minutes later we were on the straight in option for runway 18. We landed and ended up doing 3 more landings at Dayton before heading over to Allen County Airport. As I set up for the direct flight to Allen County my flight instructor said that we would go to Celina Lakefront (CQA) instead. He did this to see how I would handle re-routing in the air while flying the airplane. To admit, its not easy. But when your in a situation of multi tasking in the cockpit always remember…. Fly the Airplane. So that’s what I did I soon figured all the numbers and headed over to CQA. We did 3 more landings there and set up to go home to KFDY.
Overall I put a good 3.2 hours on the skyhawk and loved every minute of it. Including the night cross country that raks my hours up to about 35 or more. We decided to make my solo cross country the same route and it’ll be fun to say the least. With regard to the next podcast I cant specify when it will be done but it is in the makings to be great. I hope you enjoy my blog and until next time,