Transatlantic flight in a single engine!
Posted on January 21, 2013 by 7 | 0 comments
AfricaTrailer from Patrick Carter on Vimeo. Have you ever thought about using the Nflightcam for your cross-country flying? It’s a great way to save some of those cherished memories and show all your friends your flying adventures! When I hear the words “cross-country” I typically think of the FAA’s requirements towards most licenses…”time acquired during a flight that includes a point of landing that was at least a straight-line distance of more than 50 nautical miles from the original point of departure.” Lets just say this video is one ENORMOUS cross-country! In this video you will see Patrick’s adventures as he ferries an airplane from San Luis Obispo, California to Nairobi, Kenya. This transatlantic trip took Patrick 4 weeks to complete, he covered an impressive 9665NM, and logged 108 flight hours. So who is ready to put on their “Gumby Suit” and fly transatlantic?!?