Yak insurance took on a new flavor last week as 20 warbirds descended in to Gillespie for a formation flying event at Gillespie Field. Tj’s blue Yak 50 and 19 others participated in a 4 day formation refresher which qualifies for insurance discounts under the Warbird Insurance Program.
30 participants completed the insurance approved recurrent training course and we had 4 days of perfect weather and no mishaps.
Thanks to the Innovive crowd for loaning their facilities.
Some pictures below from the City of Queretaro Mexico. The accent is non-standard on the name Queretaro and is pronounced k-RE-taro. An amazing ancient city north of Mexico City with an Aquaduct dating to the pre 1600s. Amazing churches and lots of art in the public square. Laid-back Mexico at its best.
Happened to get to the Arlington Airshow and was very impressed. Small show with easy access and a great variety of airplanes.
Just a bunch of good flying and good pictures starting with a Mooney flight up to the PNW.
Thanks to Larry Perkins for his hospitality inviting myself, Adam in the Mu2 and Kevin Crozier in his Bonanza with Moose and Sharon to Stellar in advance of some photo flights they are doing.
API Mu and Crozier Bo
Adam and Tj visiting the new airport at Puerto Penasco, MX (MMPE).
Refueling at MMPE
On the ramp with the clients in the tomato export business.
MMCU Culican Mexico
Globe Swift In Tight Formation
Sister Ships: Tom Palmer N80820 in lead, Travis Foss N80819 in tight trail with Globe Swifts over Northern California, Frazer Lake Photo by Roger Cane
Heather Lang's CJ
Heather Lang piloting this beautiful desert camo “zero inspired” paint scheme. Based out of KDVT