Come play with all the OBWA vendors today at First Flight. OBX AIRPLANES is in the high school/booth 85.
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Instrument ground school starts in Kill Devil Hills on Tuesday the 21st of January at 5:30-9p and will continue for 3 weeks every Tuesday and Thursday evening. Call Jenny today for details! 252-489-8165
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The C-54 over Dare County yesterday graced us with a low pass during our run-up. Hopefully the weather will hold out today. Either way take the kiddos and head to the Dare County Regional Airport just past the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island. Santa Claus will be there and tours of this magnificent aircraft will be open most of the day. It all starts around 1pm Sunday the 15th of December!!
Read the Story of the Candy Bomber here!
Gail Halvorsen: The Berlin Candy Bomber
FAAST Team "Safety Standdown"
Short Field and Soft Field Landings Operating from runways that aren't routine By Budd Davisson Even landing on a short or soft runway, the difference between practice and reality is that in the real world there's more at stake than the disappointment of rolling past a specific runway light, or not turning off at a designated intersection—just as is the case when taking off from a short or soft field.
As a Certified Flight Instructor on the Outer Banks of North Carolina I am pleased to say that when you fly with me you will be sure to have fun, be safe and learn to fly!