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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [Acro] RE: Flying in Hawaii


Thread: [Acro] RE: Flying in Hawaii

Message: [Acro] RE: Flying in Hawaii

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From: Jeffrey Lo <jlo at>

Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 16:12:22 UTC


I flew with Maui Aviators this past April, although I didn't fly the
Aerobat, I just went with my mom and a friend and one of their CFIs in a
C172.  Probably the most fun I've had flying a spam can.  I think the CFI
forgot I was used to flying the pylons at Reno when he suggested flying low
over the beach of Lanai to get a better view of the shipwrecks.  We did get
a good view of the wrecks, while my friend on the other side of the plane
noticed he was looking *up* at the palm trees.

Jeff Lo
  -----Original Message-----
  From: Bwana Bob Buckley [mailto:Bwana at]
  Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 7:26 AM
  To: IAC List
  Cc: DunkerleyM at
  Subject: [Acro] RE: Flying in Hawaii

  If you make it over to Maui they got a C-150 Aerobat for rent - $88/hr.
Checkout required for solo.
  I was there last year and was planning on getting checked out and flying
  Unfortunately, it was amidst September 11th.

  Bob Buckley

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Aeropilot3 at [mailto:Aeropilot3 at]
    Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 8:16 PM
    To: IAC List
    Cc: DunkerleyM at
    Subject: [Acro] Flying in Hawaii

    I am likely to be spending some time in Hawaii (Oahu) over the next few
weeks and months and am interested in finding out about aerobatic and other
GA flying in the area.  If anyone on this list lives and flies in Hawaii or
knows something about flying in Hawaii and would not mind sharing their
knowledge, I would be grateful if they could e-mail me.


    Mark Dunkerley
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