In our April newsletter, we find some relaxing grass, a sexy twin, and a reason to blame the FAA...

Air Force One Fly-By Faux Pas

ImageOur latest Bravo Blog gets uncomfortable after seeing Air Force One do a surprise fly-by, then finds out the FAA knew all along...

In April's other postings, we fear humans in the air, listen to every pilot's dream become a nightmare in a wayward King Air, see what happens to an LSA in strong winds, and explore the law behind sex in the cockpit.

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Colorado Confusion

ImageYour 11-month winning streak has been blocked by some high-altitude confusion over last month's "Where Am I?" photo.

Many of you guessed Mammoth. Others thought it was Telluride. Close, but not quite.

This picture was snapped minutes after takeoff from Aspen-Pitkin County Airport (ASE) in Colorado.

Aspen does offer one of aviation's most challenging approaches, especially in bad weather. Jets have been lost after confusing the runway for the interstate in the foreground.

Thanks for your guesses. Now, please try again...

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Where Am I? - April

ImageWe pointed our nose towards some turf in April's installment of our "Where Am I?" contest.

Clearly, we also sought-out a place to relax to the drone of a soft-field takeoff.

This field has been around since the 1930s, but has drawn waves of new visitors since some major improvements in the 90s.

Last hint: its slogan is "Where Old Planes Go To Fly."

The first person to submit the correct guess gets an Archer Bravo Aviation t-shirt and bragging rights in next month's newsletter.

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Loading the Lone Star State

ImageJust a month after uploading 100% of the rental fleet in Florida, we've now moved on to Texas.

And as we expand in the Lone Star State, we've already noticed a stand-out flight school there offering one of the most diverse flight lines in our database: the US Flight Academy.

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What Am I? - April

ImageEver walk-out onto the ramp and feel like your neck is on a swivel?

It happens to us all the time, and we couldn't help but snap this picture for April's "What Am I?" contest.

This sleek twin was waiting for its next assignment on the ramp at Honolulu International Airport.

Your next assignment? Identify it.

The first person to correctly guess the type of aircraft wins an Archer Bravo Aviation mousepad.

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From the Cockpit...

ImageLast month's "What Am I?" contest required a pilot's perspective, literally, to name the aircraft.

Archer Bravo Member Rick Sparling was certainly up to the task, and knew the picture was from inside a Piper Cub. Of course, don't forget the front seat is usually where the passenger sits.

Congrats Rick! An Archer Bravo Aviation mousepad is on the way!

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ImageBy now you've heard of Twitter, an easy way to keep tabs on your friends and colleagues. Now you can follow Archer Bravo Aviation for instant flight school updates from around the country.

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We thank you for being a loyal Archer Bravo Aviation member. Find it, Fly it!


Chris Archer
Founder, Archer Bravo Aviation, Inc.