Cleared for Take-off: Alaska and Hawaii Landings this Summer

Last year I reached my goal of landing in all 48 continental United States in my Turbo Cirrus SR22 Aircraft.  It was truly an incredible journey flying coast to coast across our great country, but something was missing.  That something was Alaska and Hawaii – the final two states I need to visit to complete my expanded goal of landing in every state, not just those in the continental US.  I’m thrilled to announce I’ve decided to go for it!  Life’s too short to sit on the sidelines, so this summer I’ll be flying from Florida to Alaska.  The flight will take 36 hours round-trip and cover roughly 6,600 miles.  After departing Anchorage, I’ll sit back and relax as a passenger going across the Pacific to Hawaii to pick up another Cirrus in Maui.  The following day will be filled with a magnificent flight enjoying the sights of the Hawaiian islands from above… and of course, my final landing to complete my 50 state adventure!  Stay tuned for more updates as I make this goal a reality in just a few short months.

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James David

about 7 years ago

You're really passionate with traveling the world with your very own Turbo Cirrus SR22 Aircraft. Reaching the goal of landing on the 48 continental states isn't that easy but you've achieved that goal. And for that, a warmest congratulations! Continue flying high and don't ever quit on your aviation career without satisfying your hunger for more flights. Thanks for sharing this blog. James David teaches people how to buy single engine airplanes & has a passion for the Cessna 170

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DC

about 6 years ago

Did it happen yet??

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Brad Pierce

about 6 years ago

It's partially happened! I landed in Alaska a few weeks ago, blog post will be coming soon. Due to time constraints on that trip, I wasn't able to get to Hawaii, but plan on doing so very soon!

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DC

about 6 years ago

Congrats - look fwd to reading about it!

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