Put Seattle’s Museum of Flight on your “must see” list when you’re visiting the Emerald City. Of course, I love it since I love all “things with wings.” Three are several big exhibits, including warbirds from WW1 and WW2, Air Force 1, the Concorde…and the Space Shuttle Trainer (wow!). Check out the pictures. BTW, the […]
I’ve known Orin Seybert, the founder of PenAir, for many years. Finally, Orin has published the PenAir story–after more than 60 years! “You Breathe, I Fly” now is available at the Alaska Aviation Museum. We asked Orin and PenAir’s VP of Safety, Brian Whilden, to share some aviation stories on the air. Oh–there are some fun memories and some fish stories. But really, PenAir’s story is that of an airline that has transformed itself from a one-teenager/one-small plane enterprise to a regional airline with flight operations from coast to coast.
TUNE IN for the full story. Then, stop by the Alaska Aviation Museum and get the book!