In our February newsletter, you'll see the only flying version of a classic airliner, head for the snowy slopes, and sense our anger over how one person's selfishness could ruin it for all of us...

Don't Ruin It For Me, Jerk

If you thought 9/11 or user-fees were a threat to general aviation, the real risk actually lies in what one person can do in front of a very captive audience...

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Where Am I? - February

ImageWe're going for the gold in our February "Where Am I?" contest.

There is no actual airport at this Canadian mountain resort, but there is a heliport, popular with skiers and snowboarders looking to go beyond the limits of a chairlift.

Oh, and it's the site of Lindsey Vonn's recent successes.

The first person to name this location gets an Archer Bravo Aviation t-shirt and bragging rights in next month's newsletter.

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A True Extended Centerline

ImageWe sure love them, but airports don't win design awards very often. Unless you're last month's "Where Am I?" pick.

Archer Bravo member Dale Long was the first to correctly identify the picture taken at the Funchal Airport (FNC) in Madeira Island, Portugal.

This "field" is more of an overpass after the runway was extended over the ocean using 180 columns, earning the airport an Outstanding Structures Award.

Congrats Dale, an Archer Bravo Aviation t-shirt is on the way.

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Fly 50 Hours Per Year?

ImageIf you fly between 50-75 hours per year, it's probably not cost-efficient to own an airplane. But those long cross-countries and overnight rental flights will certainly add up. Until now. See what the all-new US Aviators is doing to take the hassle out of flying...

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Hollywood's Fighter

ImageTom Cruise flew one. Well, kind of. And so did the US Navy for more than 30 years.

Archer Bravo member Frank Seigler was the first to identify last month's "What Am I?" aircraft as a Grumman F-14 Tomcat.

After retiring from service in 2006, this one came to the Pacific Aviation Museum, where it's pictured here on the ramp in front of the storied control tower at Pearl Harbor's Ford Island.

Congrats Frank, an Archer Bravo mousepad is on the way.

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What Am I? - February

ImageWe got a rare peek at a very rare set of wings recently for this month's "What Am I?" contest.

You're looking at the only flying version of this historic aircraft, parked outside its new home at the Honolulu International Airport, restored from its passenger service heyday in the 1920s and 30s.

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

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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.