Florida is well-known for its great flying weather. That weather also makes it ideal for golf.
It’s been called some of the best public golf on Earth and can be found along the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Alabama.
It bills itself as the “Seaside Golf Capital of the World” — and rightly so. Myrtle Beach, S.C., boasts more golf holes per person than any other city in the nation.
James Hatsis isn’t a golfer but, boy, does he love the game.
NASA’s DC-8 flying laboratory tipped its wings in farewell as it departed the Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., for its new home at Grand Forks, N.D., last month.
Leave it to the astute readers of General Aviation News to know where the rarest of rare birds are.
Where were you when NASA launched Space Shuttle STS-114? Approximately 433,000 people can say they were glued to their computer screens. According to NASA, that’s how many people tapped in to the NASA webcast of the post-Columbia return to space. The event is the most viewed NASA webcast, easily bypassing the number of viewers who logged on to watch the encounter between the Deep Impact satellite with Comet Temple 1 a few weeks ago.
One way to cut the cost of the $100 hamburger is to pack your lunch.
“During my 37 years of flying, I have observed the results of hundreds of weather events, including F4 tornados, straight-line winds, microbursts and severe thunderstorms. What I saw today was the equivalent of an F4 tornado that traveled over 100 miles along the Gulf Coast combined with a tidal wave. The difference was, this tornado and tidal wave lasted for over 24 hours instead of just a few minutes.”