There is a Facebook group - Oppositetalk
You know, I lived in Cincinnati, OH and Lawrenceburg, IN (both within 20 minutes of CVG) for 12 years and didn't actually realize this until just now.
CVG for Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.... In Covington, KY!
Absolutely tragic. Given the pilot's prior history, that he was reportedly flying an instrument approach (which, at KGAI only supports a VOR approach or a GPS/RNAV approach - my bet is that he was flying the RNAV if true) in visual conditions...
The three in white/blue livery are McDonnell Douglas A-4N Skyhawk II's, don't know about the other A-4.
That's exactly my thought
Damnit, just wiped off the feels from watching the 10 minute video of the launch this morning.
"Virginia weather is super bipolar so let's get together to get it drunk in the snow and cheer it up" party yyyyyyyyeah
Banjo music, goat f*cking, either one
Abandoned stuff is best stuff.
Almost like it's telling me it's about to shit on my commute!
Tried, got stares, told them it was deer blood, only got more stares
Working your way around each tire a few days a week until the weather stays cold enough to not screw with the pressure. It was 19*f last night, will be 32*f today, and will get back up to 68*f sometime at the end of this week.
Oh God I wish, best commute ever. Traffic doesn't allow for that.
Teach me how to muffin; teach me, teach me how to muffin
Then they're probably just normal winglets. The notation is also probably just an internal note that's being referenced through their booking system.
Depends on the airline. Generally, winglets are the vertical bits at the end of wings, they help reduce vortex drag under load and improve fuel efficiency.
Wiper socks? Brilliant!