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davediaz at netrail.net
Mon Apr 5 01:21:03 UTC 1999
GPS included there? Planned cruising altitude? Are you planning on flying
the Ashland trip at night at 12,500 ft or below since I assume there is no
Please be careful, you might want to ask the weight of the people that
Can I ask if you have flown this area before? What altitude are the
obstructions enroute to Ashland at? Ive got a GPS I can loan you for that
leg. Terrain would be my only concern. For all who dont know that plan a
Cherokee 6 is a heck of a strong plane, usually used for light cargo by
many companies (newspaper bundles, bank notes etc).
At 1:58 PM -0400 4/2/99, Owen DeLong wrote:
>However, I think some people on the list may be interested...
>I am flying a Cherokee Six (6 person single engine aircraft) to the
>May NANOG. Currently, two seats are occupied. I'm looking for additional
>people who would be interested in flying up with me. I plan to leave
>San Jose Sunday morning (5/23) around 9:00 to get to Eugene around Noon.
>I have four seats available. Plan is to share rental costs on the airplane,
>divided equally amongst myself and the passengers. The airplane rents
>for $112/hour and I estimate we will log around 7-8 hours on it.
>That's about $900 worst case. If we get 6 people in the plane, that works
>out to about $150 each. Fuel is included in the rental rate.
>I'm also planning to organize a side-trip to Ashland on Sunday night.
>There is an 8:00 PM performance of Othello in the Agnes Bowmer theater
>which is part of the Oregon Shakespeare festival. There are currently
>three seats occupied for that side trip, but the first three people who
>sign up for the bay area run have priority on the remaining three seats
>for the side-trip.
>I am a Private Pilot, Airplane Single Engine Land. I have an Instrument
>Rating. I have over 600 hours of flight experience, including more than
>200 hours in actual instrument conditions. I have never been involved
>in an incident or accident. I have convinced four people who were afraid
>of flying even on commercial airliners to fly with me. One of them is
>working on his private pilot certificate. The other three fly every
>chance they get. If you have been in a small plane, then you know how
>much fun this can be. If you have not, this is a great opportunity to
>see aviation from a whole new perspective. Everyone in this plane can
>see out the front windows and hear everything that's happening with
>air traffic control.
>The flight from the bay area to Eugene is a beautiful flight with
>spectacular scenery along the way, including Mt. Shasta. We'll
>probably pass by Mt. Shasta about 500-1000' below the peak. The
>view is spectacular. If people are interested, we will even be able
>to circle the mountain.
>If you are interested, please e-mail me. I will reserve space in the order
>in which I receive email replies.
>Pilot: Owen DeLong
>Airplane: N33076 Piper Cherokee Six (300 HP)
>Disclaimer: As with any air travel, this flight would be subject to delays
>or cancellation due to mechanical or weather problems. This aircraft does
>not have the same weather capabilities as a commercial airliner, so there
>is a slightly higher chance of the flight being delayed or diverted due
>to weather. However, in late May, the odds of unfavorable weather are very
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