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Welcome to The Aviation Information Page.

The purpose of this page is to keep information current.

A Salute to the Fallen Pilots

  • John Denver
  • John F. Kennedy

When we think of these courageous heros, our hearts bleed. Let us never forget these men. John Denver, the dreamer, the creater of sunchine on your shoulder...He lived a life exploding with creativity. And then there's another John. Our beloved prince, JFK. According to Aviation Safety, September 1999 edition, Piper PA-32-R301 Saratoga II, N9253N, crashed into the water approximatley 7 1/2 miles southwest of Gay Head, Martha's Vineyard on July 16, 1999 at 9:41 PM., EDT. Every time you fly by JFK Airport along the South Shore of Long Island, think of him. He wasn't quite his father, but he was certainly his own man.

The year 2003 marked the Wright Brothers' Centennial of Flight

Don't forget:

  • Sun 'N Fun...April 13-19
  • AOPA...October 21-23, Long Beach, CA
  • Oshkosh...July 27-August 2, Oshkosh, WI.
  • MMOPA...October 6-9, Palm Springs, CA.

The Classic J-3 Cub

Visit the J-3 Cub at: The National Air and Space Museum

A Brief History

June, 1931 the E-2 Cub was born. Later, it was altered to the J-2 Cub. The "J" stands for Jamouneau. In 1937 the Janouneau Cub was altered again to the J-3 that we know today. Check out the entire history at J-3 History

The J-3 Cub was and remains a beautiful aircraft. It's light, easy to fly style is a classic. When you say "Cub" people are instantly tuned into small aircraft. It is the aircraft that has stood the test of time. They are just as fabulous and wonderful as they were in 1937. With their "cub" insignia and their sleek and standard yellow, you can't miss them at any airfield. The best thing about them is that they are aircraft that fall into the new Sports License if the FAA ever finalizes it.

Don't miss the Elmira/Corning National War Planes Musium, which has a wonderful collection of National War planes right on the field. Call 607-739-8200 for details and directions.

Blairestown is the perfect place to see a really local grass field the way aviation once was, complete with a quaint little cafe with delicious hamburgers and scrambled eggs.

Lancaster Airport has a really great pilot shop. You can buy oil by the case there. They have oil filters, ,spark plugs, and an assortment of aircraft tires--all owner-inspired items!

Beginning in April Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum opens to the public and features two air shows, one Saturday and a different show Sunday, all through the summer until October. Each show presents a little humor, a little fun and a lot of aviation, spot-lighting vintage aircraft. Among them are WWI antigue planes, biplanes, triplanes, dog fights. It's located at 44 Stone Church Road, Rhinebeck, New York 12538. Call: 1-800-FDR-VISIT or visit them on the web at: Old Rhinebeck

Here's just a sample of what you can expect at Old Rhinebeck, featuring:

And don't forget the Cradle of Aviation Museum
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