In our July newsletter, we find a plane that wears a hat, an airport with more intersections than we care for, and a few new wrinkles...

Heavy Iron Vs. Light Plastic

ImageOur latest blog knows that nothing is forever. But then why do classic air carriers seem to be outlasting new flight school trainers.

In July's other postings, we fly through a rainbow, and listen carefully when someone says "can I convince you not to fly?"...

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No, It's Not Meigs

ImageJune's "Where Am I?" contest gave many of you the chills. But we tried to hint... the picture wasn't of Meigs.

Instead, Archer Bravo member Dan Jeffers was the first to correctly identify the photo taken above Cleveland's Burke Lakefront (BKL) airport on Lake Erie.

Like Meigs, Burke was also shutdown. But only briefly, for the Grand Prix of Cleveland in 2007.

A big thanks to member John Levinson for snapping this shot. And congrats Dan, an Archer Bravo Aviation t-shirt is on the way.

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Where Am I? - July

ImageThis month's "Where Am I?" airport also lives near the water.

But it's close to an ocean, not a lake, and is surrounded by a major metropolis and a dozen other airports tucked beneath some swamped Class Bravo airspace.

Watch out for the five intersecting runways. Its longest: 10,000 feet.

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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Instant Pictures & Updates

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What Am I? - July

ImageWe're overdue for a military-themed "What Am I?," and we've found just the tease.

July's mystery aircraft wears a curious hat, loves tight spaces, and has bendable wings. Well, kind of.

In fact, this month we'd like to know not only what it is, but also what it's about to land on.

The first person to correctly guess wins an Archer Bravo Aviation mousepad.

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Aloha, Brazil!

ImageLast month's "What Am I?" contest enjoyed a latin twist.

Archer Bravo Member Garry Costner was the first to correctly identify the pictured aircraft as an Embraer 170, seen here taxiing-in to the Lihue Airport on Kauai.

It's the newest and most advanced member of Hawaii's interisland fleet, flown exclusively by Mokulele Airlines, which is now operated by Republic Airways.

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

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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.