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The view: Sunset over Syracuse, New York.

The pilot: David Hale

The airplane: 1977 Piper Archer

The mission: Night flying hours for my PPL

The memory: This was taken by my CFII as I was flying. The lake in the picture is Onondaga Lake in Liverpool, NY. We took off from Syracuse Hancock International Airport to log some night flying hours. I love flying over Syracuse during the night because it has spectacular city lights.

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  1. John
    John says:

    Beautiful picture. Brings back memories of learning to fly out of SYR in the late 80s, early 90s. The two big FBOs there at the time (Exec Air & SAIR) are long gone now. Back when the 174th was flying A-10s & F-16s.
    Good luck on your PPL! Fly safe.

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    • David Hale
      David Hale says:

      Oh wow, I’m glad I could bring back those memories! Yeah, now it’s Just Million Air on both ends of the airport. I wish that the 174th was still flying the A-10s and F-16s, drones are cool but not like fighter jets! Thanks for the reply!

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