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December 17th and 20th Bush Flight :: Archived
Welcome to the new Bush Flying Group. Come fly with the Com-Central Group as they fly in remote areas from around the world. Flight plans and requirements are posted inside the forum complete with all the links for the files. Time to get that cargo to those remote places!
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2007 7:42 am
Post subject: December 17th and 20th Bush Flight

Supply Delivery/Frozen Lake Landings

Date and Time
: Monday December 17th 0910 Local Time (1810 UTC)
Start Location: PAGY Skagway Ramp
Aircraft: Piper PA-22 Tripacer
Fuel Load: 48 pounds - 8 gallons
Power: Climb: Full Throttle
Cruise: 22.5� hg
Descent: 15� hg
Wx: Cumulus 3/8 @ 5000’ to 8500’
Wind: 198 @ 8 knots to 410’
360 @ 12 knots at 1000’ Mod Shear
Temp: 21F Dew Point: 4F
Pressure: 29.87�
Visibility: 20nm
Total Distance: 161.0nm

The Adventure
Before you get started ensure that you’ve set your Glacier Bay Configurator for “Inland Lakes and Rivers Frozen� – complete instructions for doing this are posted here.

It’s mid-December and it’s been well below freezing for a few weeks, so there’s at least 4� (10cm) of ice on the upland lakes and rivers opening up the possibility of landing on it, for now with light aircraft. As winter progresses the ice will thicken eventually allowing operations with the Dash 7 by late January. We’re delivering supplies to three remote locations today, and the weather isn’t bad at all so be safe and enjoy the flight.

Have fun ,

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2007 2:18 pm
Post subject: Re: December 17th and 20th Bush Flight

Some pics from a flight I did not finish Smile

See you next time when my sound is working again Smile


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2007 2:27 pm
Post subject: Re: December 17th and 20th Bush Flight

and some pictures from me:

Thanks again for making these flights happen, Bob.

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all


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