If you have been wondering where I have been the last few months, the answer is, “out flying.”
In the last 60 days I have logged just under 150 flight hours in a variety of aircraft, flying in a variety of weather and flight situations. Sixty-eight hours of that time was dual instruction given, mostly in a King Air. I shot 27 approaches, of which two were to actual minimums and that included a rare actual missed approach; and I made 98 landings, four of which were at night. I also logged 1.1 hours of night flight and 5.1 hours of actual instrument time.
I went to four different islands in the Bahamas, and into and out of the Jacksonville, Fla. area during the Super Bowl weekend, landing at a total of 21 different airports.
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