Kraemer Aviation / Flymall Wheels & Wings November 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to the Kraemer Aviation / Flymall Wheels & Wings November 2018 newsletter.  Click here for past newsletters. Click here for our November 2018 newsletter or copy and paste this link in to your browser https://flymall.org/blog/?p=2777.

Kraemer Aviation/Harry Kraemer has teamed up with Sarah McNelis of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. to better serve our client’s real estate sales/purchase requirements.  Sarah has an aviation background including aircraft ownership, licensed Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) mechanic, and taildragger pilot to name a few.  Look for some changes to the real estate section of the Flymall in early 2019 .  Click on picture for a larger view.

This month we have a theme, “From Russia with love”; including Russian prototypes and Russian three wheelers.  A German aviator named Mathias Rust. And we have a November 2018 wind storm, and more.

Next month: Twas the night before Christmas, and more.

Shop in our new secured online store and pay online at Flymall.org.  We have some nice Flymall tool kits, order in time for Christmas.  We also have some nice David Clark headsets for sale as well as some ASA headset bags. For more info click here.

Achievements & Special Recognition:  We start our Russian theme with a German aviator named Mathias Rust.  In 1987 he gained notoriety when he illegally flew a Cessna 172 from Finland and landed in Red Square in Moscow.  Click here for more reading on Mathias Rust.

Did you do your first solo?  Instructors, have a student get a new certificate or rating?  Send it to us and we will add it to this section of our newsletter.

Major announcement. The picture below was taken at the Frederick Municipal Airport sometime in the 1960s. Harry is on the far right with his dad in the middle.  Harry’s dad would take him there to watch the planes take-off and land.  Little did Harry know then, that about 20 years later Harry would meet Annabelle (a Designated Pilot Examiner) at this very airport.  She would inspire him towards a very single goal in aviation, to become a Designated Pilot Examiner.  After being in the examiner pool for the past 18 years, it has finally happened.  The FAA has selected Harry as the next Designated Pilot Examiner for the Baltimore FSDO.  Harry still has a lot of training to complete.  Harry hopes to be conducting checkrides by the spring of 2019.  To be in the examiner pool one must fly 300 hours per year just to stay qualified. That means for the last 18 years Harry has logged about 300 flight hours per year, most of which has been in single engine airplanes averaging about 100 knots.  That means in the last 18 years he has logged about 5400 hours or 540,000 miles.  That means that he could have circled the globe in a Cessna 172 just over 136 times.  Harry also logged enough hours in the past 18 years to fly to the moon and back at Cessna 172 speeds.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

 

Aviation/Aviators in the news:  Get the latest daily news right from our home page from Aero-News.Net.  Updated daily, you can read the news that makes the headlines in aviation.  And for the history buffs, we have a “Today in Aviation History” that runs along the bottom of our webpages.

More with our Russian theme: Yekaterina Vasylievna Budanova, nicknamed Katya (Катя), (6 December 1916 – 19 July 1943), was a fighter pilot in the Soviet Air Force during World War II. With five air victories, along with Lydia Litvyak, she was one of the world’s two female fighter aces.  Click here for more reading.

Here is a short video of what it is like to land in Greenland for any of our state side aviators that want to fly themselves to Russia in their general aviation aircraft.

 

Planning a trip in your aircraft?  Flymall.org has the tools you need to make the planning stages easier.  On our home page you can search fuel prices via 100LL.com.  And on Flymall.org/planes you have direct access to FlightPlan.com.

Car/Motorcycle Show News:  Visit our events calendar for up to date information on car shows, air shows, and more.  Visit our appearance calendar to see where the Flymall team will be next.

Our Day Tripper section also has many family fun places to visit.

 

Keeping with our Russian theme, here is a 1910 Yushkov.

 

Barn Finds/Hangar Finds:  Visit the tech tip section of the Flymall for assistance in restoring your barn find or hangar find.  You can also search our online store for car & motorcycle parts and aircraft parts.  Need an appraisal on your barn find. Visit our appraisal page for information on our appraisal services.

 

CFI/DPE Notes:  Visit the lesson plan section of the Flymall for online lesson plans and other tools for flight instructors and pilots.

Ercoupe for sale.  Purchase this to get your license and then sell it.  In the end you will have your Private Pilot Certificate for far less money.

 

Weather in the news:  We have had our share of adverse weather in the Northeast for 2018.  And November has not been any different.  Here is a downed tree as a result from a November 10 2018 wind storm.  Click here for more pictures.

A section of this downed tree made it to the fire pit (to be used as a table) at Kraemer Aviation headquarters.

Here is a screenshot of a November 15 2018 storm that produced heavy rain, snow, sleet, and even freezing rain.

 

Three Wheel Association (TWA):  Check out the new TWA new Facebook group.

Here is an all new Russian electric three wheeler. New for 2019 Ural has introduced an all electric Ural sidecar rig.  Click here for more reading.

While speaking of Ural motorcycles, here is a rare Ural trike camper.  Click here for more pictures.  Visit Harry’s Ural page on the Flymall for more info on Ural motorcycles.

 

Here is Harry’s 1969 Russian Ural.

Looking for a nice entry level three wheeler for your collection.  We have one for sale on the Flymall.  Click here for more information.

Prototypes:  This month we’re featuring an unusual Russian aircraft prototype.

Here is a Bartini Beriev VVA-14.  Built in the Soviet Union. It was designed to be able to take off from the water and fly at high speed over long distances, it was also able to make flights at high altitude, but also have the capability of “flying” efficiently just above the sea surface, using aerodynamic ground effect. For more info click here.  Pictured below is what is left of one in very poor condition.

 

Animals in the headlines:  Keeping with our Russian theme, here is a picture of Harry’s Russian tortoise named Boris.  Click here for Harry’s turtle page on the Flymall.

 

Many of us have seen signs for deer crossing.  Here we have a Salmon crossing.

 

 

We close this newsletter with these words of wisdom:  You never lose. Either you win or you learn.

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