Tag Archives: pilot

  • Interview with Scott Bateman – former Captain of the XV209

    What does your pilot career look like? I started my interest in aviation when I joined the Air Cadet organisation back in 1985. This fuelled my passion for all things aviation and it was a natural progression when I joined the RAF in 1990 as an Air Loadmaster on the C130. After training I served …

  • Interview with former fastjet Pilot Rafal Rajchel

    This post is dedicated to the victims of flight ET302 and their loved ones. Our deepest condolences to the bereaved family and friends of the 157 victims on the current Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 fatal crash. We considered not publishing this post but then came to the conclusion that the two topics are not directly …

  • Interview with Boeing 747 Pilot Eva Claire Marseille

    Today we have the great pleasure to continue our pilot interview series and have asked Eva Claire Marseille, pilot on the Boeing 747-8 and the Boeing 747-400ERF in Hong Kong, a number of questions. Hope you will enjoy it as much as we did. Tell us a bit about yourself… My name is Eva, I …

  • Our DC9 at the aircraft boneyard in the Mojave desert

    Welcome to the first post in our (b)logbook!

    “A pilot logbook is a record of a pilot’s flying hours. It contains every flight a pilot has flown, including flight time, number of landings, and types of instrument approaches made. Pilots also log simulator time, as it counts towards training.” – this is how Wikipedia defines a pilot logbook.

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