PNP Pilot Wade Roberts Flew From Pearland, TX-Rockwall, TX with fellow LVJ Pilot Scott Bennett
Pilot Wade Roberts was grounded on Feb. 14, when he was rear-ended in his car while stopped in traffic driving a blind Shih Tzu after a rescue flight (Precious, the little girl, happily, came through unscathed).
Surgery left him in left-hand splint, which hasn’t stopped him from flying transports while riding right/co-pilot seat in N20223, his Cessna Cardinal. On March 30, fellow Pearland (TX) Regional pilot Scott Bennett flew 223 with Wade, transporting eight dogs: an Anatolian Shepherd, two Terriers, two Chihuahuas, a Poodle, a Schnoodle and a Labradoodle from Houston to Dallas for fostering/ground connections/adoption.
“Great day,” said Wade. “It was a privilege and a pleasure to fly with Scott, a damn fine pilot, and to move these pooches.” Wade looks forward to losing the hand-splint on April 8, and to getting back to flying dogs several times a week.
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