I'm afraid I'll need to leave by about 1630. I'm flying back into a small airstrip in WV that is unsafe to go into after dark. Can you contact the airport and see if someone could watch him for a couple of hours?
I can move my plans around a bit and fly in later. I'll be there by 6; hopefully the other pilot can get there as early as he can!
As for crating; will Aries travel in the back of an aircraft with his leash secured? I don't have a crate for this aircraft yet but have flown other dogs leashed (with enough slack for them to be comfortable and move a little, but not enough to make themselves a nuisance)
I can watch the dog in Dublin Airport for a couple of hours. I can meet you there at 4pm so you have enough time to beat the dark... I am a new private pilot but don't have access to a plane from my flight school after 5pm, I wonder if the second leg pilot(from Dublin to Greensboro) need a co-pilot on board. I am willing to accompany him to Greensboro and back to Dublin.
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