Hi Obie - Wow, your message is from a long time ago. Didn't realize this profile comment section was even here. We sell commercial foodservice equipment, basically the blenders, ovens, refrigerators, etc. that you see in commercial kitchens. Restaurants, hospitals, cafeterias, you name it, we sell there. I've used my Cirrus to visit customers in 49 states now... Hawaii is still a bit too far for the Cirrus :)
Hey, thanks for friending me! You can also find Midwest Flight Lines on Facebook (http://on.fb.me/XDmns5) and Twitter (@mwflightlines). As a former FL resident, love what you guys are doing for the aviation community there. Keep it up!
Anyone interested in any phase and all elements of a design<>build<>< finance maintain operate of the first Next Generation airport, i.e., The Florida Global Airport [FGA] should contact me at FASSTA/FGA email Neil.Cosentino@verizon.net
Our nation will need a minimum of 10 of the airports by mid century or sooner...
The FGA project - airport includes public - private first+second+third+forth level commercial air operations based on ADS-B.
Great Sun & Fun Video's! Fifi (Last B-29 Flying!) was at our airport just before going to Sun & Fun and I have a great related story! Our Installation Shop (APG Avionics) is located on the tarmac at PGD, Punta Gorda, FL. My sales office is a mile away on the perimeter of the airport. I drove over to see FiFI. As I was heading into my hanger, an old cadilac pulled up and an old man (wearing a P38 Hat) and a lovely young lady got out. I suspected that the gentleman came to see Fifi. The gal was his neighbor and friend. I knew that he would only get as close as the fence (another victim of airport security!!) I asked him and he confirmed. He could barely walk. I offered to get him closer, and took them both into our hanger and with the aid of the shop's Golf Cart, and my airport security badge, took him out to FifI. I asked the crew permission to get close and introduced them to the Major. This is when he blew us away! Sadly, I cannot remember his name but the major, at that time told us that he was, in fact, the P38 Pilot who was sent in shortly after the bomb was dropped to observe and report the damage that the bomb had incurred! He said "It was the most disgusting thing he had ever seen"! Wow, small world! Bob Hart
Obie sorry we missed eachother during the SUN n FUN but I was so busy with moderating the Forum at the Florida Air Museum and then doing interviews all day long with Sun n Fun Radio Dave Shallbetter kept me busy learning the ropes since this was my first year volunteering. Hey have you been to our Blog at JRHaferAviationBlog.com? I really would like to have your comments and feed back.
Well, Ya know what they say about assume. Was thinking airplane not car. Love Corvettes. Had a 1958, got crazy and sold it. Then build up a super stock 1959 that was rescued from the drag strip. That s a pic on me next to it a long time ago. Needed cash to finish new house and the rest is history. Gone to the highest bidder. Driving a BMW Z3 now.
I am serving 6 nights a week in KCVG at line maintenance and it keeps me busy. I am up in the mornings and nap in the afternoon/evenings. I am curious about what you are doing and wondering if I can help/volunteer. Human factors and safety are near and dear to my heart. Peace " ObieTek " <grin>
You know, it we usually do have a few weather days because of a snow storm, etc...but this year it's been unseasonably warm (highs around 55F) so not yet. The ski resorts are hating it. What can be really annoying is in Jan we usually get a pretty bad inversion where, when there's no storms to clear things out, the air gets so full of crap, the visibility can be SVFR or worse for weeks, but if you can get up, the air is clean and clear starting about 500-700ft AGL, you just have to get through the soup to get there...