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Aidan recently met up with one of our Oddball Pilot members in Anchorage, and filmed this short update video at Lake Hood.

As always, feel free to email us about any interesting flying jobs you know about (or want to know about), and we’ll put them on our list of topics to research for you.

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2 Responses to “Update: Job-hunting in Anchorage, Our Favorite Aviation Writers, and Flying in Central Africa”

  1. Chris Gartner says:

    Hi Everybody,

    Favourite aviation writer for me was E. K. Gann. Two of his books I’d recommend:
    FATE IS THE HUNTER (still in print) (horrible movie though) and;
    FLYING CIRCUS (really hard to find. check 2nd hand book stores). One chapter was called “Category 1930s” and details the ‘fun’ of flying a radio range approach to minima in really foul wx. A really entertaining and informative read of a by-gone era. Yes I’m old enough to know what a Radio Range approach was and I’m glad they’re no longer an approach aid. Chris in Winnipeg – Canada.

  2. Matthew Bethke says:

    I highly recommend “Flying Alaska Gold” by David Hoerner. Most of the flying he does is outrageous.

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