Finding the Cure for an Airplane Fever

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COMMANDER OWNER ‘LIVING THE DREAM’
IN THE USA

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From the Flightline

SERVICE CENTER PROFILE: Naples Jet Center

Matt Hagans, founder and CEO of Eagle Creek Aviation Services in Indianapolis, knew that where the winter sun worshipers go, so go turbine aircraft. His research revealed that, between 2005 and 2007, Florida was adding one turbine aircraft registration per…

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COMMANDING PRESENCE: Scott Dillon

Every morning at 7:30, Scott Dillon takes a walk around the shop floor at Eagle Creek Aviation Services in Indianapolis. It’s a place he knows well, because it’s the only place he’s ever worked. A self-described “pain in the ass,”…

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ADVENTURE TRAVEL: FLYING TO CUBA

While flying a private plane to almost any destination in the world is somewhat routine, a U.S. pilot flying to Cuba must follow a certain set of more-restrictive rules because of the past relationship between the two countries. In this…

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TRANSITIONING TO A TURBINE TWIN COMMANDER

After administering about a dozen Twin Commander transition courses and twice as many currency courses in the last two years, I have concluded that the three most important things to consider when moving up from a piston aircraft to a…

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