Author Archives: Colin Summers

About Colin Summers

I am an architect, programmer, private pilot, husband and father. A couple of those I am good at.

Lopez Island Airport Day

Airport Day 2018 Flyer Oh! Look! It would be a short hop even if you had to pedal your aircraft into the sky. August 19, noon to 4pm.

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American Airlines Recruiting Pilots

American Airlines announced today a first-of-its-kind program designed to help future aviators receive the training, financing and mentoring opportunities they need to fly for the world’s largest airline.The American Airlines Cadet Academy will provide an opportunity for future pilots to … Continue reading

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Workers and Equipment at Roche Harbor

Dear Pilots,  Roche Harbor Airport is scheduled to have some workers on the runway and around the Airfield beginning Tuesday May 29th through Thursday the 31st. The turn-a-round pavement area at the West end is being enlarged & taxiway Bravo … Continue reading

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Roche Harbor Landing Fees

This seems pretty important, over on “Roche Harbor Airport News,” they announced a new landing fee structure. Second, in more down-to-earth news (via David King, Roche Harbor Neighborhood Association Treasurer and pilot) there’s a new Roche Harbor Airport landing fee … Continue reading

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Fantastic LSA for Sale

I’ve giving up my mid-life crises.  You can check out the ad in Barnstormers. Marc Islam

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Hangar Space Needed

She’s not very big, but my LSA has been hangared all her life and wouldn’t know how to fend for herself in the weather.  Do you have room in your hangar for a low-wing, lightweight LSA?  Give Marc a call … Continue reading

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The NBAA Charities Scholarship Program

The NBAA Charities scholarship program, generously supported by NBAA member donors, offers nearly $100,000 annually in cash awards as tuition reimbursement for enrolled students and nearly the same amount in monetary and training awards for working professionals in business aviation, … Continue reading

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Flying The Puget Sound

Topic: Understanding The Area And Traffic To Improve Aviation Safety. On Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 10:00 Pacific Daylight Time Location: Port of Skagit Hearing Room 15400 Airport Drive, Burlington, WA 98233 Description: We will cover the Airspace around Puget Sound, … Continue reading

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Partnership Available, Cessna 182P

Three way partnership in this Cessna 182P is available. The prospectus (in PDF format) has a lot more details.

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Flight Training Scholarship Applications Now Open!

The AOPA Foundation and the You Can Fly High School Aviation Initiative are helping high school students and AOPA members, ages 15 and up, reach their aviation goals through the 2018 Flight Training Scholarship Program. To learn about all of … Continue reading

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