Casey Aviation Founder/Chief Pilot/DPE/CPIIMHG/ATP

On runway centerline?

I’ve had the experience of flying in some really wide cockpits, meaning that the pilot and copilot’s seats were far from each other laterally, the most notable example for me is the UH-60 Blackhawk.  When transitioning into the Blackhawk, the perspective provided when flying from the left seat as compared to the right seat is…

A horse and rider…

A horse and rider…it is a beautiful metaphor for many situations in life.  When I think of a horse and rider, I think of a beautiful sunset being viewed by a silhouetted cowboy sitting upon his best friend after a hard days work rounding up cattle.  The two together are a highly productive unit…the cowboy’s…

Blowout!

As a pilot of a 1989 Piper Malibu Mirage, I get to fly all over our great country and have experienced many interesting non-scheduled “events” while flying.  On a recent trip from Central Florida to South Carolina, I had one of those events. It was a pleasant day for flying, aside from the routine incessant…