dragogoalie
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Trans-Atlantic Crossing In Light Aircraft

Wed May 01, 2002 7:11 pm

Today I was looking through the sporty's pilot shop catalog while waiting for my brother to get out of baseball practice and saw they have books on how to do/ and what its like doing a trans atlantic crossing in a light aircraft. I was wondering if anyone one here has done that, and would like to share their experiences. Once I'm a more experienced pilot and come accross some money I would be really interested in doing that.

--dragogoalie-#88--
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