Our Second Flight took place on Thursday March 13, 2008 at Lebanon/Warren County Airport (I68) with our test pilot Dave Bertram at the controls. Conditions were 59 degrees, 42% humidity (dewpoint 32 degrees), barometer setting 29.79″ and sunny with winds 12 kts out of 260 degrees with gusts to 14 kts. At our elevation of 883′ MSL, the density altitude was 1320′.

A big thank-you to Al Wolfson for bringing his high-quality camera and big lens out to the airport today, and for taking so many wonderful pictures of my baby. We kept the first flight really low-key in case there were problems, and didn’t want to make a big deal this time, either, but it was nice to document it a bit more. This pictures are huge, so there are thumbnails, click on the ones you want to check out.


Posted By: Brett Ferrell
Thursday March 13th, 2008 at 4:38 PM

Categories: Blog Flight Testing Travel Log
Tags: Blog Flying N44VF Testing

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