Return Planning

I've spent this weekend in Adelaide on a stopover from work. Since I have some spare time I've taken the opportunity to do some return flight planning.

This is what I've come up with…..

Return sectors.

KOSH21D Lake Elmo, Minnesota

Alternate KMFI, Marshfield Wisconsin

 

21DKAXN Alexandria, Minnesota

 

KAXNKRAP Rapid City, South Dakota

Alternate KPIR Pierre, South Dakota

 

KRAPKLND Lander, Wyoming

Alternate KCPR Casper, Wyoming

 

KLNDKJAC Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Alternate KEMM Kemmerer, Wyoming

 

KJACKEMM (Tech stop)

KEMMKPVU Provo, Utah

 

KPVUU14 Nepi, Utah (Tech stop)

U14KHII Havacu City

Alternate KCDC Cedar City, Utah

 

KHIIKCNO

Again, thanks to Duane for tweaking my plans to visit the best spots.

There are a couple of spots that are popular tourist spots of course. This may make hotel accommodation a challenge but I'll keep my fingers crossed. If the weather helps out we should make it work.

The cost of the peak spots is interesting too. I'm sure the price of fuel in Jackson Hole and Provo is quoted in Pesos. Nothing a second mortgage can't fix. Joking aside, it is expensive there so I've planned a couple of tech stops in some places with cheaper fuel to save some money. We're going past anyway so we may as well pop in. It will add to the fun.

Published by falcogeorge

I live in New Zealand with my lovely wife Vicki along with our animals on a block of land in Helensville. Back in 1994 I had this crazy idea to build a plane. Since then its been a huge part of my life. My day job has varied over the years. I started out as a computer engineer and now I'm an airline pilot. You would think that would tire me of flying but airline flying isn't really flying. The small planes are fun and make me remember why I started flying in the first place. This blog is a demonstration of some of the crazy ideas that pop into my head from time to time. The way I see it, life is too short to not give these wild ideas a go. I don't mind if people think I'm crazy. I probably am.

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