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Old 02-06-2019, 05:49 AM
flysrv10 flysrv10 is offline
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Originally Posted by Ivan Kristensen View Post
I just returned from my 4 day (3 nights) trip to the Bahamas in a nut shell it was a fantastic in every way. I began the trip fairly early the morning of Jan. 28 and flew to Fort Meyers airport (KFMY) where I picked up my long time friend Art Kampf. From there we flew non stop to New Bight airport (MYCB) on Cat Island in the Bahamas. Flight time was 2.3 hrs. Clearing customs there was easy and took only a frw minutes plus a fee of $60.00

As we were taxiing for departure in Fort Meyers we were treated a "front row seat" to the arrival of a couple of war birds.

New Bight is the only Customs port of entry on Cat Island so we had to land here first.

We then transitioned from there to Hawks Nest airport (MYCH) only 13nm away. We were promptly met with a courtesy van to take us to registration even though it was on a few minutes walk away.

This is a view from the front door entrance to the resort.

You look like brothers.
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Old 02-12-2019, 10:20 AM
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AndyRV7 AndyRV7 is offline
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Very nice trip and report. Like everyone else, I am going to do this someday.
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Old 02-12-2019, 06:28 PM
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Iíll be up for next years trip if one gets put together.
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