Pilot in Ann Arbor Michigan Available for Transport

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Pilot in Ann Arbor Michigan Available for Transport

Postby Mike on Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:14 am

I have a Bonanza and frequently make trips to West Virginia, Ohio, Northern Michigan. Most trips are solo flights leaving room for two or three dogs.
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Re: Pilot in Ann Arbor Michigan Available for Transport

Postby rylan01 on Tue Jan 06, 2009 4:18 pm

Welcome to Pilots N Paws and Thank You for volunteering to fly transports.

One of the best ways to get to know how PNP works is to go the homepage and read the information found under "Suggested Guidelines for Pilots" and "Pilots N Paws Flyer." Next, look under "Pilots Volunteer Board, Animals Transport Board, Discussion Forum." Lastly, read the areas under "Board Index", (there are several headings there: General Discussions, Animals Needing Transport, Pilots Volunteering Services, etc).

If you have questions or suggestions, please contact the email address at pilotsnpaws@gmail.com.

Again, thank you for joining and volunteering to save the lives of many animals who deserve a second chance.

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Re: Pilot in Ann Arbor Michigan Available for Transport

Postby MelissaHgttd on Wed Jan 07, 2009 4:41 am

Hey there!
Currently we are rescuing dogs from the Stanton, Montcalm shelter before they go to research and we have found a rescue to take a dog in Western NY Buffalo area. Just curious how far east you go? Thank You!
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Re: Pilot in Ann Arbor Michigan Available for Transport

Postby Jon on Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:42 pm


I responded to your other post also. A flight to BUF from Ann Arbor is not an unreasonable trip, although some pilots are definitely going to avoid both Canadian airspace and an overflight of Lake Erie. I think you will probably be able to work with pilots for that transport. Pilotsnpaws doesn't schedule flights or assign distances. We also do not have a territory, so to answer you question about how far east, the answer is as far as pilots want to go. Greater distances may be more practical on commercial flights however.

Take some time to read throught the good information accessible through the home page to get some insight.



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