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Crew Rest

Published in February 2015 issue We’ve all done the drill a million times. We wake up before the sun, hurry out the door and wipe the sleep from our eyes

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Amsterdam

    Amsterdam

Published in March 2015 issue By Clayton Taylor I have been to Amsterdam more times than I can count. Other than my house, the only other place I’ve been to

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Greenland

    Greenland

Published in May 2015 issue By Clayton Taylor When you look at a map of the world it appears as though Greenland is just as big as the African Continent,

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The Walk Around

    The Walk Around

Published in August 2016 issue Years ago, a friend and I kept a speedboat on the Hudson River, in New York State. After an engine failure, we hung a new

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Trapped in the Forbidden City

    Trapped in the Forbidden City

Published in September 2015 issue By Clayton Taylor Even in my wildest imagination would I have believed that someone speaking

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Tranquility

    Tranquility

Published in November 2015 issue By Clayton Taylor The one thing I hated most when I was an Air Traffic

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Old Radar Screens …and New Cars

    Old Radar Screens …and New Cars

Published in December 2015 issue By Clayton Taylor The Jurassic period was just beginning to wind down when I was

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The Third Wheel

    The Third Wheel

Published in July 2016 issue The agreement we Pilots have with our management mandates that, if a transoceanic flight is

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Published in June 2016 issue By Clayton Taylor Like many Pilots in the airline industry, I started out building my

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Finding Contentment in Constantinople

    Finding Contentment in Constantinople

Published in January 2016 issue A few months ago, my schedule had me flying in and out of Istanbul. I’d

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