Buffalo Lancaster Regional Airport (KBQR) Is privately owned and open to the public. The Aerostar is kept in a climate-controlled hangar at this airport.
The Airport is meticulously maintained, by the Manager and his staff, with state of the art equipment. It is also home to the local chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association.
Video from the Aerostar Landing in Dutch John Utah, on a fishing trip
Leaving Dutch John after a couple of great days fishing on the green river. Flight back to Buffalo Lancaster took 5 hours with one refueling stop.
This is a typical trip from Buffalo to New York's Republic Airport (Farmingdale KFRG). From there its a quick ride into the city, and the FBO Atlantic Aviation provides an excellent service.
Having fun on a beautiful day with a low pass and circle-to-land on runway 08 at Buffalo Lancaster Regional Airport KBQR
Formation Flight in my L39
This was a video made when I was training in the L39 with my instructor and friend "Cujo" Macaluso sitting in the backseat. We accompanied another L39 over to a small strip where a Paint shop is located. Flight took about 20 minutes. We climbed to 12,000ft. The video was taken by a friend sitting in the backseat of the L39 with which we were in formation. Notice me in the front seat with my eyes glued to the other wingtip (sometimes just three feet away!!!). We stayed with them to the landing and then went "up and away" to the playground.