airplanes will pretty much fly themselves straight and level, helos pretty much have to be piloted from the moment the engines are spun up until they are spun down.Their website could use some cleaning up. That information isn't available on their bear-specific pages. I haven't hunted with them, but it looks like they've got access to a nice piece of land and a fair number of success photos/videos dating back to 2011 on their Facebook page.
I work with a couple of Army helicopter pilots. From what I hear it's quite an accomplishment to get through flight school. The aviators are a bit too pretty for me, but I'm just a dirty tanker.
@sgt_zimI totally missed that. Ok, not so worried about it now.
I'm bringing my navy helo pilot son as a present for graduating from USNA and US Navy flight school
Nothing special with checking guns with AA at ABQ on the connecting flight to Qatar /DFW last summer. AA pretty much had their stuff together on both ends. IIRC it took about 30 min. (I needed my luggage but not my rifle checked through to JNB causing some minor confusion.)just booked flights through AA. Anybody know if there's anything special about checking guns/ammo with them? I checked their website, doesn't seem to be anything odd. Any reason to be at check-in more than 2 hours before the flight?
My son is flying Norfolk to Dallas, where I'll meet him, then we're across the aisle from each other on the way to Missoula.