To all my readers, if there is anyone who reads this, I apologize formy absence. The situation could not be better to Myself, somehow the flight school is scheduling me training flights every day, some are cross country solos and others are instrument training flights. On the instrument training flights I'm practicing flying on ATS routes which is very good because normally I'm flying at FL070 and as it was today we had at that flight level 17ºC which is very good comparing with the 38ºC at Lisbon Airport. Here you have some pictures, not as good as I wanted to be but the aircraft windows are getting old.
Returning to Cascais LPCS A very hot day Lagos there's the house of a friend of mine Vila Nova de Milfontes Cessna 150A - Some say this is the oldest Cessna flying in Portugal Between checkpoints... CS-AUR cockpit Troia peninsula Pessegueiro Island - Porto Covo Costa de Caparica beach The Cessna 150A CS-ADF Another shot of this "old timer" cockpit - Cessna 150A CS-ADF
South African low-fare airline kulula.com recently came up with a brand-new, funny livery. One of their Boeing 737-86N (ZS-ZWP / OK-PIK), called “Flying 101″ is entirely covered with details and funny remarks about the plane.
The captain’s window is marked with the big cheese (”captain, my captain!”), the co-pilot’s window with co-captain (the other pilot on the PA system) and the jump seat is for wannabe pilots. In addition, the following descriptions of plane parts can be found: galley (cuppa anyone?)avionics (fancy navigation stuff)windows (best view in the world)wing #1 and #2engine #1 and #2 (26 000 pounds of thrust)emergency exit = throne zone (more leg room baby!)seats (better than taxi seats)some windows = kulula fans (the coolest peeps in the world)black box (which is actually orange)landing gear (comes standard with supa-fly mags)back door (no bribery/corruption here)tail (featuring an awesome logo)loo (or mile-high club initiation chamber)rudder (the steering thingy)stabiliser…