Porterfield Airplane Club

Keep the Skinny Birds Flying Safely

Porterfield Club newsletters from fifty years ago, available here

Half a century ago, Bob Schindler restarted the Porterfield Club and mailed out newsletters to its membership.  Member Bill Skinner went through the laborious process of scanning and uploading those old newsletters to a Google Drive folder so that all of us can access them at our convenience and gain more knowledge and understanding of the old girls' history and earlier efforts to keep the skinny birds flying, safely.  You can view then here:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1asZ41EY3uGvtXxT8nVJjF9uQaSp...

Thank you Bill !!!

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I have been corresponding with another local Skinny Bird owner, I got to wondering.... "Did my dad ever fly that ship?". I reviewed one of his logbooks and... nope, he didn't fly it. But I counted 33 that he did fly. N-numbers:

NC27223,

NC27224,

NC27226,

NC27236,

NC27238,

NC27241,

NC27242,

NC27244,

NC27245,

NC27246,

NC27249,

NC27251,

NC27272,

NC27273,

NC27277,

NC27278,

NC27279,

NC27286,

NC27287,

NC27289,

NC27290,

NC27291,

NC32318,

NC32321,

NC32323,

NC32325,

NC32329,

NC32330,

NC32342,

NC32349,

NC32350,

NC32437,

NC34816

Wow! Thank you Andy and Bill!

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