2006 At A Glance

Here is a look back at some numbers for 2006:


Hours Logged: 84.0 (18.6 Pilot in Command)

Flights: 67

Longest “Duty Day”: 3.1 hrs.

Number of blog entries: 194

Number of school credits earned: 7


Website page views: 5190

Top three countries visiting site: Canada, USA, Australia

Top five referring websites:

  1. www.google.com
  2. www.liveatc.net
  3. www.oshawapilot.ca
  4. www.thirtythousandfeet.com
  5. blogs.aviation.ca

Although I wanted to get my PPL in September, I’m still on track to get my CPL by this time next year (2008). I’ve met a lot of interesting people along the way so far and plan on keeping those relationships throughout my flying career. Things are only getting started!

I would like to mention a great blog that I have been reading for the past few months. “Flyin Dutchman” posts some excellent photos of his trips across Canada. He really has a knack for showing off the Canadian Landscape and his appreciation for flying in Canada is a common theme throughout his writings. Some of my favorite posts include:

Canadian Shield

Sunset In Dorval

KJGG Williamsburg Airport

In 2007 I can look forward to getting my IFR and Multi-Engine ratings, finishing up ground school, and working on getting my CPL. Let’s just prey that the weather this summer was as good as last for Flying.

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3 thoughts on “2006 At A Glance

  1. Dude!
    Good luck with the flight test.
    Word of advice (from experience): When you do your forced approach you are PIC until the abort is called. If you Flight Examiner askes you to divert to a different field, assure him/her everything is fine. Flunked my first one on that mistake.
    May you have favourable tailwinds.

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