All of us at Archer Bravo Aviation wish you and your family the best this holiday season. And as we move into the New Year, we're excited about what's to come...


"Where Am I?" - December

Since we like to criss-cross the country, let's head east again. That's where we find ourselves on short final into December's "Where Am I?" airport.

This airport serves over one million passengers each year, and has an appropriate name for this time of year.

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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Go West...

ImageNovember's "Where Am I?" contest was a cinch for anyone who has flown out West.

Archer Bravo Member Uwe Schneider was the first to correctly guess the photo was snapped above the Sacramento Executive Airport (SAC) in California.

The picture was taken from a Cessna Skyhawk while maneuvering into the pattern for Runway 30, one of three intersecting runways. Executive was originally called the Sutterville Aerodome before changing its name in 1967 when most commercial operations moved to the new Sacramento International (SMF).

Congratulations again Uwe (it's his 4th win!). An Archer Bravo Aviation t-shirt is on the way!

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What Am I? December

ImageOur Bravo Photographers are finding some amazing things on airport ramps around the country. Our December "What Am I?" contest comes in the form of this odd-looking amphibious 6-seater.

The first person to correctly guess will win an Archer Bravo Aviation mousepad, and a mention in our next newsletter.

P.S. Don't mind the guy in the picture, but if you can also guess who he is, then we'll throw in a t-shirt, as well.

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Mohawk Madness

ImageIt's apparent that many of our members are either federal workers, or just very savvy when it comes to high-tech government toys.

Member Bill Pyles was the first to correctly identify November's "What Am I?" aircraft as a Gulfstream used by the Missile Defense Agency. That "mohawk" on top houses equipment that tracks missiles.

In this case, it was apparently in Honolulu to monitor a test launched from the Pacific Missile Range Facility at Barking Sands on Kauai.

Congratulations Bill, the Navy will now be investigating both of us, but we'll send you an Archer Bravo mousepad anyway!

P.S. Send us your mystery aircraft photos and we'll test our members. Email them to whatami@archerbravo.com

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Even the Big Boys Land Hard

ImageHaving trouble with your landings? It happens to everyone. Even the captain of a Boeing 777 on approach in Hawaii, who was humble enough to admit his mistake in this month's Bravo Blog...

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Our New Year's Resolution

This website belongs to you and your fellow pilots. Here are the top three resolutions from us for 2008 to make your Archer Bravo experience that much better...

1. Expand rental database at and near SQL PAO HNL and in all 50 states (we're close!)
2. Offer more exclusive deals on rentals near you
3. Streamline web experience through new functionality

And we'd like to hear from you. What would you like to see from us in the coming months? Email us at info@archerbravo.com

See Our Expansion Plan Here


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

Regards,

Chris Archer
Founder, Archer Bravo Aviation, Inc.