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Flymall February 2017 Newsletter

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

Welcome to the Flymall / Kraemer Aviation February 2017 Newsletter.

Good news for the Washington International Flight Academy. About 4 or 5 years in the works. Harry has worked on this project for about a year and a half and today Harry received notice that the school is now approved to issue student visas for international students.

Ariel and Harry attended the student orientation for the winter semester for the aviation students at Catonsville Community College (degree program). Here are a few pictures from the event.









CCBC Fly In Sunday 4/29 –  Bay Bridge Airport 11:00 AM arrival at W-29. The college will host a fly-out to the Bay Bridge Airport on April 29 2017. All are welcome to attend. Depart at 9:00AM, return at 2:00PM

Airshow and car show season is juts around the corner.  Visit our events calendar for up to date info on local car shows and other events.  With over 25 categories, there is something for everyone. Click here for our events calendar.

January 2017 wasn’t a good month for flying little airplanes in Maryland. We canceled more flights then we flew.

Here is a look back to January 2016 in Maryland – snow covered.  Click here for more pictures from the blizzard of 2016.



Harry helped another client purchase an aircraft. This was is based at KGAI.  The client just purchased a share of this aircraft.  Dubbed the McDonalds aircraft.



WIFA at shooting range. Several WIFA employees and students attended a shooting range in VA.    Here are a few pictures from the event.






More progress on the Hawker Jet display at Cambridge Airport.  In our December 2016 newsletter we mentioned that we were working on a deal to have a Hawker 400 aircraft on display with picnic tables around it. This month we are happy to say that things are moving forward. Kraemer Aviation / Flymall with be donating some of the picnic tables for the project.

A shot of the Susquehanna River taken from a moving vehicle taken a few weeks ago while we were driving to PA to pickup another 3 wheel vehicle.


Know your pilots… Here something from Harry’s collection of aviation humor – Know your pilots.   Visit Harry’s Aviation humor page for more post like this.

Is it an engine or a motor??? Whether we drive a car or fly an aircraft, they are powered by a gas engine. But is it an engine or a motor?  Click here to read Harry’s post on the topic.

While on the topic. A hoverbike.


Buying or selling a vehicle and need pricing information, visit our Market Watch section of the Flymall.  Harry tracks all types of vehicles: classic/collector cars, motorcycles, ATVs, tractors, aircraft, and much more.  This is an online database, easy to use, and smart phone friendly.

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Private Pilot Checkride Feb 1 2017

Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Private pilot checkride  Feb 1 2017.

First we began the checkride with the oral portion of the exam. The oral exam included questions on what checks need to be done on the aircraft and how often they need to be checked. Next he asked me about the weather minimums for different airspace. After that we went over what needs to be onboard the aircraft before flight and who is responsible for keeping these things current. Last we went over weight and balance and what is possible when weight and balance are outside of the proper limits.

The flight portion started with landings. We did a soft-field landing and then two short field landings. After that we departed the pattern to go on a flight to Hanover. Once the cross country part was completed we did maneuvers. We did stalls, steep turns, turns about a point, and last we ended with s turns a cross a rode. We then returned to KTHV.

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