Airline pilot dating site
There will be no provisions to accept payment on site.
We will need to get an idea of numbers but i am thinking If we get 100 people the cost will be pp.
I took the pictures below yesterday of the venue so you can get an idea. AT THE MUSEUM WITH TWO FOSSILS - PWA Herc Reunion 2011 745 appeared so small as we climbed the maintenance stairs up her starboard side She seemed hardly much larger than the F 86, sitting in the old XD hanger inside Wayne and I squeezed into the 737 cockpit, careful not to bang our heads I used to think it was bigger than this, I agreed with what he said Wayne is in the left seat, Im in the right Hung over from drinking Captains Rum with Wylee and PJ all night Wondering if thats why we felt so at home Remembering launching in this rocket ship from this ancient aerodrome Remembering all the great guys we flew with who were gone Amazed at what we got away with for so long Knowing if we could just start it, we could fly it all right If only we hadnt partied like Herc Rats at the XDI last night Of course thats why we came here, to relive the Herc Hard to imagine all that fun with a C130 was our work Or that this swept wing jet airplane was another that we flew Honoured to be, two of the few To have flown in the High Arctic where Franklin was lost The historic search that continued for years, no matter the cost We had won over the frigid weather, searching for oil A hundred and thirty years later in relative comfort, compared to their toil Low and over where men had watched their sailing ships crushed In a Hercules, transversing the same frozen Northwest Passage we rushed Drilling for black gold to quench our ships thirst So detached from the brave men who staggered through first To me we were some of the boldest men of our time Adventurers in the High Arctic, like sailors, but flying Perhaps it was hard to be humble when youve seen the world at the top Pulled throughout the Canadian Arctic islands by those huge Hercules props Departing 745 Wayne and I went back into the museum, which we are now a part of No longer doing that job we most loved Glad to be here alive to relive it again Admittedly embarrassed at the times when we had complained Capt. Dennis Currie (retired) 745 C-GIPW (retired) An article from the Vancouver Sun. Harrowar) Wanted Loving Home for a Boeing 737 Cockpit and Flight Simulator Memories of the P W A Social Club in Edmonton (YXD) Throughout the 1960's, 70's and 80's; we had a very active and involved Social Club at YXD.
Walt Lazaruk went to the CA desert and recovered the flight deck of a former PW Boeing 737, returned it to Richmond BC and built a flight simulator. We had several hundred employees working for the airline; as this was the main base for Northern Operations.
I know a lot of you have already provided this information but I am missing about 40%. If you have not received and invitation via EVITE get in touch with Gale at [email protected] pass along the information as we would hate to miss anyone who would care to join us.
There will be signs to direct you to the area we have reserved for our event as well as where to park. We have covered seating for 200 but as the numbers are increasing you might consider bringing along a chair if you can. Things are coming together, still searching for the missing PWA banner, but it should be a wonderful day to remember working for the best little airline, EVER.
First annual Pacific Western Airlines YXD ramp reunion has been held and was very successful with many great airplane stories of properly loading an airplane on time.