Amsterdam->San Francisco 08-12-2013 KLM 744 reg. PH-BFG
Jackson Hole WY -> Salt Lake City 08-26-2013 Delta A319 reg. N362NB
Salt Lake City UT ->Minneapolis st. Paul. 08-26-2013 Delta A320 reg. N341NW
Minneapolis St. Paul -> Amsterdam. diversion JFK New York 08-27-2013 Delta A333 reg. N801NW
JFK New York -> Amsterdam 08-27-2013 Delta A333 reg. N810NW
Amsterdam-Minneapolis St. Paul 09-01-2013 Delta A332 reg. N857NW
Minneapolis St. Paul 09-01-2013 Delta A319 reg. N371NB
Los Angeles -Atlanta 09-09-2013 Delta 752 reg. N900PC
Altanta- Evvansville 09-09-2013 Delta connection CRJ-200 reg. N857AS
Evansville to Atlanta 21-09-2013 Delta CRJ200 reg. N838AS
Alanta-> Detroit 09-21-2013 Delta MD88 reg. N990DL
Detroit ->Amsterdam 09-21-2013 Delta A332 reg.N820NW
EDLV Weeze-> London Stansted Ryanair 738 EI-EBF
London Stansted -> EDLV Niederrhein-weeze Ryanair 738 EI-DLW.
About 6 years ago I was in the right seat of Piper Warrior out of MA.
We flew up to an airport in NH for a work-related meeting.
I got a lot of stick-time on the way up, and some kinda scary stick-time on the way back, after dark.
It was my first time flying a small low-wing plane. My very first time, flying at night!
It was fun and I didn't have to kick in for fuel.
Since I don't have a license, that's likely the last time I'll ever get any stick-time.
I've got some training flying the Schweizer SGU 2-22 back in the early 1970s.
I was just getting into RC and wanted some training before launching my first RC glider.
(This was many years before PCs and flight simulators).
So, now that I'm getting old, my Bucket List includes flying a high performance glider..