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With the opening of airspace in Cuba and the trip across the Florida Straits an easy one, it may be time to prepare your flight plan
Havana, Cuba. Why? Cuban cigars, salsa dancing, old muscle cars, neoclassic architecture, the Malecón, the Tropicana show, Hemingway’s house and the famous El Floridita bar—the birthplace of the Daiquiri! No Starbucks, no McDonald’s, no South Florida condos or obnoxious chain restaurants. An opportunity to step through time and see what 1960 looked like. Oh, and more »
Great weather, a stunning line-up of aircraft never seen before at Wittman Field and the hunger to be part of the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration powered EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015 to a record-breaking year, continuing its recent upward trajectory.
So far on this journey, which gives real meaning to the term cross-country, Mrs. Levinson and I have seen our first mercifully mild mountain waves, and we’ve vibrated our way through the strongest, most sustained turbulence we’ve ever seen.
PART I: Expand your flying envelope with inspiration and tips from this Boston-based flatland pilot
Things aren’t looking good at 6 a.m. on Monday, the morning my wife Theresa and I have planned a 10 o’clock departure from Hanscom Field, our home base near Boston, on the first leg of the trip of a lifetime to California and back.
A fan rebuilds the famous Cub and retraces Rinker and Kern Buck’s storied journey
In 1966, teenage brothers Rinker and Kernahan Buck bought an old Piper PA-11 Cub for $300, rebuilt it in their parents’ barn in New Jersey, then flew it across the United States in a near-mythic odyssey.