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Skyhawk172 Final for Bornholm

Bornholm Airport is located on a Danish island in the Baltic Sea 2.7 nautical miles south east of Ronne. The main industries on the island include fishing, diary farming and glass making and pottery. Tourism is common during the summer. Tourists are able to see the Hammershus Ruin, Windmill in Gudhjem, Windmill at Årsdale, Østerlars Round Church and more!

Picture from a Cessna Skyhawk 172M landing at Bornholm Airport (RNN)

Baltic C172 Rønne


Fly to Mackinac Island

 Voted “one of the top 10 islands in the world” by Conde Nast Traveler.  Mackinac Island is located in Lake Huron between Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas. The island airport has a 3,500-foot paved runway for all types of small aircraft. Mackinac Island State Park covers approximately 80 percent of the island. Mackinac Island also includes Fort Mackinac as well as the island’s historic downtown and harbor. Visitors are not permitted to camp on the island, but numerous hotels and bed and breakfasts are available for a comfortable stay.

Pictures from a Cessna Cardinal 177 over Lake Huron

Vacation and Learn at Alaska Floats & Skis

 Check out Alaska Floats & Skis if you ever wanted more experience flying in the bush or on snow and ice with skis. Alaska Floats & Skis also offers a path to obtain your float rating. For very low cost pilots are able to vacation at a great place and gain unique flying experience.  There are plenty of things for the non flyers to do as well. Alaska Floats & Skis base is located on Christiansen Lake (AK8).  Click on the pictures below to visit Alaska Floats & Ski’s website!