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Old 05-02-2019, 10:29 PM
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Default My 49th State*

I was recently in Hawaii on vacation where I flew a Cirrus SR22.



This blog post concerns my efforts to fly in the state of Hawaii. The careful observer may spot a VAF cap and read a couple of notes on the differences between a Cirrus and an RV-7A. Read all about it at:

http://roughandreadyaerospace.blogsp...9th-state.html
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Old 05-05-2019, 09:48 AM
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Default Kahului maui

Ive flown some big ones and some small ones into that airport. In 1986 I rented a c150 and my young wife and I flew around the island but since then its been 767, 757, and unfortunately 737 a few times. No matter how many times I fly to the islands, its always exciting to see them appear on the horizon after a long over water flight and its always a bit tense launching into the dark going home.

I highly recommend a light airplane experience out there just be ready for gusty conditions.

Aloha!
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Old 05-05-2019, 10:01 AM
Christopher Murphy Christopher Murphy is offline
 
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Default Kahului maui

Ive flown some big ones and some small ones into that airport. In 1986 I rented a c150 and my young wife and I flew around the island but since then its been 767, 757, and unfortunately 737 a few times. No matter how many times I fly to the islands, its always exciting to see them appear on the horizon after a long over water flight and its always a bit tense launching into the dark going home.

I highly recommend a light airplane experience out there just be ready for gusty conditions.

Aloha!
Cm
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Mr. Twister Airshows
Rocky Mountain Renegades
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