Getting a view of Coshocton from 1,000 ft. above was breath taking. We worked our way south looking at our houses and worked our way back north to around Newbedford along the Amish coun- try and then back to the hangar. As we made our approach there were families eagerly anticipating their ride with smiles on their faces and children dancing about wondering when it was their turn.
As we hovered over the taxi-way and gently touched down in front of hangar A it was time for us to give up our seats and let the next family have their turn. AS we touched down we were greeted by Mike the mechanic as he had his warm Swiss smile and opened the door to help us out. These are rare but wonderful opportunities when we get to actually fly in one of the projects from our hangar.
|A view from above the hangar|
|Coshocton from 1,000ft. above|
|A couple of happy passengers enjoying the flight|
|A view of the approaching hangar|
|Mike as he is helping the passengers into the helocopter|
|The Mercy Air crew Mike, David, and Matthias|
|Here is the Helicopter today getting ready for shipping to South Africa|