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fly light

To skip or miss a meal. I'll just have some tea—I'm flying light today.
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fly light

in. to skip a meal or eating. Nothing for me, thanks. I’m flying light today.
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Because we know that he always went flying light in the matter of baggage.
We were flying light, and you may imagine how bad it was when I tell you we had smashed bulwarks and a flooded deck.
We reported the death of Prince William of Gloucester at an airshow near Wolverhampton, known as the "daredevil prince" for his love of flying light aircraft.
Pupils from the academies also spent time coming up with ideas to help support the MAF further, which has been flying light aircraft over jungles, mountains, swamps and deserts to help people in need for more than 70 years.
Jon, who has been flying light aircraft for more than a decade, said he was "one million percent" certain it was not an aircraft.
I do still love to go flying light planes whenever I get the time.something hard to find these days!
BasicMed is the result of a change in the regulations found in FAR Part 68 and allows for an alternative to the third-class medical while flying light aircraft.
We hoped to be able to fly using private pilot privileges with only a driver's license, much like what we can do flying light sport aircraft (LSA).
Open pilot positions at Flexjet include those flying light through super-midsize jets (Phenom 300, Learjet 75LXi, Legacy 450 and Challenger 350), including our Red Label aircraft.
"As expected, for this first gliding test flight, VSS Unity was flying light and slow, achieving a maximum speed of approximately Mach 0.6 while gliding home from an altitude of 50,000 feet," Virgin Galactic said in a (http://www.virgingalactic.com/update-from-mojave-successful-first-glide-flight-test-for-vss-unity/) statement released Saturday.
The former Gosforth air cadet, who has been flying light aircraft for 20 years, wants to thank the sympathetic controllers who helped a Geordie boy make his pilgrimage.
Mr Elsworth completed the course - which included six months on simulators and a stint flying light aircraft in Arizona, USA - in 18 months and he was appointed as a first officer for easyJet in April.
A soundtrack, dry ice and lighting add to the atmosphere, while the "wind tunnel" moments as they are flying light aircraft and onboard a train are pure genius as is the twistyturny car journey.
(Except the ones that have taken to flying light aircraft trailing banners along the coast, that is.)