At the Childress Municipal Airport

Pilots conduct flight training

By Tiffany Tully/FBO Manager—

CHILDRESS – Friday, July 31, two Piper Cherokees from Lubbock used our airspace for some flight training, and a Cessna 421 dropped in due to maintenance issues.

A Dassault Falcon 900 from Houston dropped off some passengers and fueled up before heading out. A Cirrus SR22 came in for a touch and go before going on to Lubbock.

Saturday, Aug. 1, a Rockwell Turbo Commander from Oregon stopped in for fuel.

Sunday, Aug. 2, a Cessna Skymaster came in for a fuel stop, and a local Beechcraft Bonanza returned. A Cessna 172 remained overnight before fueling and departing Monday morning.

Monday, Aug. 3, a Dassault Falcon from Houston returned to pick up fuel and passengers. A Piper Aerostar came in from Wyoming. A gentleman ferrying a Cessna 172 from South Carolina to California stopped by for fuel and a visit.

Tuesday, Aug. 4, a Beechcraft King Air medevac picked up a patient and departed.

Wednesday, Aug. 5, a Cessna 172 flew in for a visit.

Thursday, Aug. 6, a Cessna Cardinal working on pipelines came in for fuel. An Ercoupe took advantage of the nice day and hopped over from Plainview. The Cessna 421 with maintenance issues got patched up and headed home.


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