Michael Miller has a highlights video out now. All of his videos are great and this one is no exception.
I’ve been getting a lot of emails from you guys asking why the site hasn’t been updated lately. The reality is that I’m just too busy. This obviously isn’t my real job and is more akin to being a hobby. I started vtolblog as a way to fill up some free time, time that just [...]
Wow… That’s about all I can say Thanks to Brett for the tip!
Guidance Aviation, based in Prescott, Arizona, was recently awarded the “Top Master Award.” What’s that? Well, it means that they were one of 15 business that created or retained at least 300 jobs, increased sales by at least $17.7M and generated new capital of at least $4M in Arizona. Nice job guys! The school is [...]
Upper Limit Aviation, based in Utah, is under fire after a student was injured in a hard landing yesterday. The R22 was being flown by both an instructor and student when the engine failed. They came down hard, spreading the skids and slicing the tail boom. The student suffered a minor head injury and, luckily, [...]
A 60-year-old pilot and his 46-year-old passenger are lucky to have walked away from a crash that did over $1.4M in damages. The only articles I’ve read are in German so I’m working with basic translation unfortunately. From what I understand they were on a “familiarization flight” and upon returning to the hanger they didn’t [...]