Archive for: September 2014

Aeronautical Randomness
Braving the non-radar environment
September 30, 2014
Braving the non-radar environment
In aviation, there always seems to be something throwing the proverbial wrench in the gears. I started my airline career flying a turbo-prop in a massive ice storm in the Northeast.  Since then, I’ve watched 9/11, hurricanes, accidents, runway closures, contract negotiations, mergers, sky-high fuel prices and over-hyped deadly diseases mess with my career.  Just […]