Mexico

Items per page   10 | 25 | 50 | 100
61 to 70 of 76 results

The Extra Mile

Pilot Magazine | Nov 01, 2003

"Center, Lifeguard Citation Six-Three-Uniform, with you at Flight Level two-five-zero." "Lifeguard Six-Three-Uniform, Center, roger." The controller is not busy. He has been sitting at his position for about 45 minutes and has worked two small flurries of traffic.

On the Road

Pilot Magazine | Oct 01, 2003

As I flew northeast across eastern New Mexico at 9,500 feet, a huge thunderstorm towered to the left of my track. Brilliantly illuminated by the late afternoon sun, the well-developed anvil fanning out of the top seemed to take up half the sky.

Letters

Pilot Magazine | Dec 01, 2002

Baron lite Peter Bedell's article on the Beech Travel Air brought back great memories ("Beechcraft Travel Air: Baron Lite," October Pilot). I grew up in the backseat of a 1963 D95 Travel Air, traversing the country back and forth between Connecticut and New Mexico with my family each summer.

Guidelines for admission to Mexico

Article | Oct 11, 2002

DIRECTION GENERAL OF CIVIL AERONAUTICS. DIRECTION OF TRANSPORT AND AERONAUTICAL CONTROL.

AOPA's 2001 Bonanza Sweepstakes

Pilot Magazine | Apr 01, 2002

New Mexico pilot wins the AOPA Sweepstakes Bonanza In September 2000, N14422, a somewhat-neglected 1966 Beechcraft V35 Bonanza, was chosen to become the 2001 AOPA Sweepstakes airplane. That project ended on the last day of February 2002 in Mineral Wells, Texas, as Norm and Joyce Elliott gazed in amazement at their new airplane.

Pilots

Pilot Magazine | Jul 01, 2000

Ask Terry Bliquez what he likes best about his Cessna 205, and he'll be quick to answer: "It doesn't have an ejection seat." Bliquez, 58, is a quiet, unassuming retired Air Force colonel who conceived and now runs Sky Cross Corporation in San Antonio, Texas. It's a nonprofit ministry that airlifts food, clothing, and medicine to Mexican families living in poverty across the Rio Grande.

Reliant, Revived

Pilot Magazine | Apr 01, 2000

Jim Reeves of Tucumcari, New Mexico, had restored old airplanes before—a Champ, a Great Lakes, a Cessna 140 among them. But by 1994, he decided that he was ready to take on what he felt was one of the prettiest airplanes ever built: a Stinson Reliant.

Answers for Pilots

Pilot Magazine | Jan 01, 2000

What you should know before you head south It's close to home, but worlds apart. It's a foreign country, but it's right next door.

Postcards

Pilot Magazine | Jan 01, 2000

Visiting the pilot’s Mexican paradise How can this be? Ice…in Southern California? It’s supposed to be warm and balmy here. Perhaps the only thing worse than being in a heavily loaded Mooney picking up a trace of ice is to be in a heavily loaded Mooney in ice with three pilots, each with his own idea as to what we should do—turn around, descend, climb.

Protecting Your Plane

Pilot Magazine | Aug 01, 1999

The high-level meeting was interrupted by a knock at the door. A note delivered to Gene Lundquist, vice president of Calcot — a raw-cotton marketing cooperative out of Bakersfield, California — left him incredulous.