Departure via Bedford or Norwood Airport, Stay at 2800ft until clear BOS Class Bravo Airspace.
Approaching Providence RI class Charlie airspace, either climb up to 4500ft or cycle around to avoid ATC communication.
While Newport airport in sight, descending down to 1000 - 1500ft to proceed scenic tour route.
Time: xx AM/PM EST
Pilot in command(PIC):
Passengers(up to 3):
Cessna 172 (https://www.h-aviation.com/cessna-172s---skyhawk.html)
Cessna 182 (https://www.h-aviation.com/cessna-182t---skylane.html)
Norwood memorial airport (OWD)
106 Access Road
Norwood, MA 02062
Hanscom Field airport (BED)
200 Hanscom Drive, Suite 111
Bedford, MA 01730
Newport State Airport (UUU)
Enroute: 30 mins (1-way)
Please read Pre-flight passenger briefing prior departure：https://www.h-aviation.com/briefing.html
About Captain： https://www.h-aviation.com/pilot.html
Piston Single Engine
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The following breakdown is based on Cessna 172SP G1000 pilot, at Hanscom Airport(KBED), Bedford, MA, who could commit two to three flying sessions per week.
Training Cost Breakdown: