Remarks: Closeup of the starboard nose depicting what may be an impact crack in the co-pilot's window as shown (which surely must have startled him if it was). Note some of the additional damage most likely done by the scraping, pushing and hauling of the jet while it was submerged and against a wall at Battery Park City. Also notice radar equipment beneath the nose cone which is normally hidden to us all. Great work by a very talented flight crew.
Remarks: Taking off to the west on runway 25L on a beautiful sunny afternoon. Notice the very faded letters "m" and "a" in the title...I've seen so many AA aircraft like that....very curious about why that is. Any ideas?
Remarks: View from the right seat of Cessna N3544G as we are about to land on runway 06 at MacArthur Airport (ISP). Notice all the tire skid marks at both ends of the runway in this unique view (image #300).
Remarks: Just out for a nice flight on a beautiful late summer afternoon aboard Cessna N3544G. Here one sees Calverton Airport, formerly a Grumman air base for training and now a subject of debate regarding its use in the future. The water at the top is Long Island Sound, and the piece of land just above that is Connecticut.
Remarks: Flying just south of Brookhaven Airport on Cessna N3544G on a sunny late summer day. The highway to the left (west) is William Floyd Parkway and the small circle in the trees just above center is the Heavy Ion Collider at Brookhaven National Lab.