The Essence Of Flight

In French, it's known as fuel, but it impacts everything we do in an airplane.

While visiting France a few years ago, I found an Aero Club that would let me fly with one of their pilots. At the club I was introduced to M. Bus, a retired businessman. My French was barely better than his English, but we spoke the common language of aviation. The airplane was a Piper […]
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