Piper Cub on Floats

As pilots we strive for proficiency. Let me take you for a lap in a 1946 Cub on floats then share with me what are some things you’ll be doing this year to live out the mantra that “a good pilot is always learning. Enjoy –...

Flying John Glenn’s Baron

This industry is such a blessing as it presents so many amazing opportunities. One of those opportunities came via a longtime aviation mentor of mine who is personally flying John Glenn’s airplane around the country for everyone to enjoy it. MzeroA will be sponsoring some of the direct costs involved and as of right now the airplane will be at: EAA Airventure Oshkosh – July 24-30 AOPA Norman, OK – Sept 8-9 AOPA Groton, CT – Oct 6-7 AOPA Tampa, FL – Oct 27-28 Come see this piece of aviation history that John Glenn purchased new and flew until his 90th...

Cut Off In The Traffic Pattern

Flying doesn’t always go as planned. Last week you enjoyed the lap around the pattern in the J3 Cub with my good friend Jamie Beckett what you didn’t see is the footage from the second lap around the pattern where we have an interesting situation with a pilot who’s first radio call was a right base for the runway we were on the upwind for! I had our team here remove the other pilots tail number out of respect for them but it goes to show you why you need to always be ready for the unexpected at pilot controlled airports. Enjoy the video – Jason I’ve been doing a lot of cub flying and many of you have asked if you could purchase one of our “cub lightning bolt” MzeroA shirts. So I’ve decided to do a very limited run of them. The shirt will only be available until this Sunday making it a true limited edition. So if you want a SUPER SOFT limited edition MzeroA Piper Cub shirt CLICK HERE or Click the image to the...

Stick and Rudder Flying

Aviation is a humbling experience. No matter how much experience you have it will continue to challenge you whether you’re ready or not. Thats what flying a tail dragger was like for me. I may be a tailwheel endorsed pilot but that was 6 years ago! Flying a tailwheel teaches you true stick and rudder skills. Fly along with myself and AOPA “You Can Fly Ambassador” Jamie Beckett for a landing that I would call “a bit too exciting” I was very thankful to have Jamie there as my instructor. Because even a flight instructor needs a flight...

Single Engine Landing

The majority of your multi engine training will be accomplished in the single engine environment. In this video we have a simulated engine failure on the downwind leg of our traffic pattern. I’ll show you our single engine landing procedure and most importantly remind you to keep flying the...