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Welcome to MyFlyingStuff (.com)!

You may remember the days when you could go to the local Sunday paper classifieds, find the aviation heading and see what’s for sale, club memberships available, flight training classes etc.? Hopefully I can re-create that “local” feel with an online version for the GA Flying Community and expand in the future. There are Aviation Forums for discussion, “FREE” Classifieds & Business Listings, Links I have found useful and helpful aviation information for the student and current pilot alike.

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Latest wing testing and the evolution of our aerodynamic control at speed with the #JetSuit never stops at Gravity. Here with the awesome Benjamin Kenobi chasing with his Inspire drone.


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A Favorite Cockpit GPS Device . . .Read more from iFly


The iPad, and tablets in general, have gained wide acceptance among pilots. But if you find the iPad a tad expensive, the new iFly GPS is one of my favorites. . .Product & Pricing!
17 Dec 2020


BTW: Have you seen the Chicken Plane?!?!

Battling Nerves on Dec 26, 2011, test pilot Daniel Beltrame left the runway for the first time in the Rooster to go and roam along the Piave River in Veneto, Italy. (click image for video)

How about the Bathtub Plane?!?!

It’s a precise replica of a vintage airplane, a 1924 super-light “Dormoy Bathtub.” Almost six decades ago, Boeing retiree Kusmirek, 84, hatched the dream of recreating this particular piece of aviation history — and flying it. (click image for article)