hoe gaat het met jou? That’s about all I know in Dutch. I put the link on this forum on purpose as I knew it would tickle you.
As for Friedrichshafen, my wife is doing everything to plan family stuff exactly on this week end. (obviously, she has no idea what cultural gap she’s having;)
Han, why don’t you try St.Gallen-Altenrhein instead. It’s just on the other side of the lake and you can take a ferry to Friedrichshafen. You’ll have much less stress. The Ferry takes no more than 30 minutes.
Groeten from Switzerland,
Last years promise still stands. Looking at the pictures, it makes it even more attractive to come and test the Sr20 on the airfield!
PS: Friedrichshafen is out. First available arrival slot on Fri is after 16:30LT with no hotels within 150 NM around the town…
I thought I’d thrill some of you guys flying on the other side of the big pond being used to runways as long as our highways from one major city to another.
click on the first link in the box on the left and you’ll see some pictures of my home base. The sstrip is a mere 1500 ft and the flare for RWY 08 is like tickeling the water. Now, we don’t do this with a 260 SE (is that what it’s called Kevin?) but with a Mooney and soon (means 2 years in CD terms) with an SR20.
As a matter of fact landing and T/O with a Mooney on this field is no big deal. I’ve been advised that if a Mooney can do it an SR20 can do it.
Ah, don’t ask what we would do if the engine would quit just before T/0. I have been told that water decelerates very quickly.