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September 9th and 13th Bush Flight :: Archived
Welcome to the new Bush Flying Group. Come fly with the Com-Central Group as they fly in remote areas from around the world. Flight plans and requirements are posted inside the forum complete with all the links for the files. Time to get that cargo to those remote places!
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Maple_One
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 09, 2007 12:14 pm
Post subject: September 9th and 13th Bush Flight

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Passenger Charter / Water Landings


Setup
Date and Time: Sunday September 9th 0600 Local Time (1400 UTC)
Start Location: FNR Funter Bay Dock
Aircraft: Milton Shupe Beech D18S Amphibian
Fuel Load: 680 pounds - 113.4 gallons
Power: Climb: 35� hg @ 2200 rpm
Cruise: 30� hg @ 2050 rpm
Descent: 22� hg @ 2050 rpm
Wx: Cumulous 4/8 @ 2300’ to 6500’ Moderate Turbulance
Wind: 14-18 knots @ 281
Temp: 42F Dewpoint: 21F
Pressure: 29.91�
Visibility: 20nm
Total Distance: 243.5nm

The Adventure
We’re going to have a very busy day. A group of glaciologists at Rusty Airfields – Wood Lake science station have chartered us to transport them and their gear and supplies to a number of locations and retrieve some samples. First we’ll drop off two folks with laser reflectors at the base of Reid Glacier. They’ll climb the glacier, placing reflectors, and hike back down to the sea for later retrieval. From there it’s a very short hop across the channel to Russell Island to drop off a scientist at an existing campsite with food and a laser rangefinder. The idea is to accurately measure (within a cm) the motion of the glacier’s surface over time. Then it’s a short flight to John Hopkins Glacier to sample the ice from large blocks that have calved from the glacier. After that, another fairly short hop to the base of Grand Pacific and Margerie Glaciers to drop off more people, equipment and supplies. They’ll want us to take ice cores on board for transport back to RAWL. Now it’ll be up and over the mountains to the base of Grand Plateau Glacier with the last of the scientists, equipment and supplies. Pick up more ice cores here, head back over the mountains to pick up the first two we dropped off at Reid Glacier, and finally head back to Rusty Airfields. Like I said – a busy day.

Hope to see you there,
-Bob-



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Shadow_Bshwackr
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2007 10:50 am
Post subject: Re: September 9th and 13th Bush Flight

How did the flight go everyone? Sorry I missed it, but it couldn't be helped.. Wink
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