(KMCO) Orlando USAirways Pilot with Bonanza

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(KMCO) Orlando USAirways Pilot with Bonanza

Postby sunny on Wed Jan 28, 2009 5:46 pm

Hey Gang! Live in Central Florida, based in (KDCA) Washington DC.. jmatthews41@cfl.rr.com
(407) 491-0717.. Let me know if I can help with anything! Have a F-33 Bonanza. Jim Matthews
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Re: (KMCO) Orlando USAirways Pilot with Bonanza

Postby JERRY S. on Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:10 pm


I fly out of the Northern NJ area CDW, as well as LDJ. I am a SEL & MEL airplane & helicopter pilot, IFR rated.
I frequently fly rescue flights out of CDW.

The best way to get started is to look & the "Animal Needing Transport Forum" & look for flights in which u think u could help.
Rescues often do understand our Limitations as pilots so it works better when we are proactive & see a rescue or part of a rescue that u think u could help out on. Also remember to always keep our own limitations in mind & explain them to the rescues.

If there is any way I can help or if u ever need help w/ a rescue or just want a second pilot to ride along, please feel free to contact me @ JTS42481@aol.com

Welcome aboard!!

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Re: (KMCO) Orlando USAirways Pilot with Bonanza

Postby mlightfine on Thu Jan 29, 2009 2:20 pm

What kind of range does your Bonanza have? Would you be willing to fly to Grand Turk Island? It's about 750 nautical, a 5 hr trip in our skymaster. We are helping a woman on the island evacuate her animals to the states and we have been delivering veterinary supplies to her in the past. We are flying there on 2/09 to bring out 2 dogs and 2 cats but she will need more volunteers over the next several months. Mary at KEVB http://www.FONSBA.com
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