Aviation Engineering That’s Hard To Believe January 2016 Have you ever studied Australia’s beloved oddity, the platypus? It’s a mammal, lays eggs, then when the young hatch they obtain nourishment through their mother’s milk. They have a bill similar to a duck and use it for electrolocation and an ankle spur that’s capable of delivering… Read more »
Is Aviation An “Adapt or Die” Industry? If you ever get the opportunity to pick up an old aviation magazine from 20, heck, 50 years ago I highly recommend it. Basic wing design, how a reciprocating or turbojet engine works, aerodynamics, etc. all seem to stand the test of time. The good stuff comes when… Read more »
We are happy to announce that we have added another Diamond Star DA40 to our fleet! N722PA has completed all inspections and its Part 141 conformity check. It is ready for all rental and training flights. Use our online scheduler to schedule your flight or email email@example.com.
When Being Vague Doesn’t Help December 2015 “Mom, where’s the carpet cleaner?” I yelled from a neighboring room when I was 10 years old. “It’s under the kitchen sink,” she replied nonchalantly. “Wait, why?!” realizing the nature of the question was lacking innocence. At the time I thought I was being clever and handling the… Read more »
Be The Bruce Lee of Your Flight Deck December 2015 I still remember the day I took a seat in the airplane I would begin my primary flight training in. It was a Piper Warrior III and the immense amount of knobs and switches intimidated me. The only thing worse would be trying to watch… Read more »
A Simple Maneuver Goes Up Against Stiff Resistance by Brian Quarles If you’ve managed to pick up any aviation magazine within the last couple of years it isn’t difficult to spot material regarding a pilot’s failure to elect to go-around as a contributing factor in far too many incidents and accidents. Many of us read… Read more »
Continually Improving Many of you have probably noticed that the leaves have started to fall at Boeing Field and we are headed into, what some people call, “the season of change”. Change has been an ongoing theme at Galvin Flying this year as we have branched off on our own and are under new, local… Read more »
Galvin Flying, an FAA Part 141 approved aviation training school located on Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, celebrates 85 successful years in business and a return to private, local ownership. Skip Moshner, President of Galvin Flying, leads the local aviation industry with his recent purchase of the company from Landmark Aviation on April 1st, 2015. With… Read more »