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Topic: PIREP Stories submitted by our pilots

The new items published under this topic are as follows.

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Ferry flight to Anchorage
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PIREP Stories submitted by our pilots

Ferry Flight Legs 2&3

Leg 2
Well after a quick refreshment I checked the aircraft over to make sure everything was ok and nothing had
fallen of and would you know it nothing had.
The weather was still on my side with Yakutat local information saying that there was calm wind, visibility
was 38SM with cloud at 1600SCT and the base of 4000ft BKN
I checked the weather for Sitka by phone and they reported that the wind was 298/5 28SM VIS with light rain
and a cloud base of 2700BKN.

Posted by: daveraine
on Saturday, May 03, 2008


Ferry flight PANC to PAYA
619 Reads
PIREP Stories submitted by our pilots


After I had flown flight 1637 from KMSP to PANC I was hoping to have a bit of R&R
In Anchorage, but it turns out that a company had a CESSNA STATIONAIR 6 II MODEL U206G (1980) to ferry down to
Ketchikan and that there pilot had fallen ill with some strange bug, so I was asked if
I would like to fly it down to Ketchikan for them.

Posted by: daveraine
on Tuesday, April 29, 2008


DC-3 Around the World Flight
6356 Reads
PIREP Stories submitted by our pilots

by Alfred V. Jones (Call sign: VP26)

I have decided to fly around the world flying a DC-3 from and to St Paul. This flight will be performed without the use of a GPS and FSNavigator. This is old school flying, using real weather and VFR only. Flight will start at St Paul and heading west; will cover Canada, Alaska, Russia, Finland and other countries as weather permits. This will all be done in real time.

Photos will be taken at every opportunity and summaries written to give the viewer a sense of realism of the flight. A flight log will be kept and written for each flight. Only flight tools used will be an E6 Flight Computer (not a real computer), sextant, charts, and aeronautical maps.

Posted by: Alfred_Jones
on Monday, September 25, 2006


Flight to remember
1280 Reads
PIREP Stories submitted by our pilots

Wednesday, April 21, 2004
10:26 AM

A Flight to Remember, and for Some, to Forget.

Posted by: Steve Lutgen
on Sunday, February 26, 2006


Day 2 and 3 in Torino Italy
972 Reads
PIREP Stories submitted by our pilots

More stories from Italy
Posted by: daveraine
on Saturday, February 11, 2006


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