XC TrikerAir Creation Tanarg 80hp BioniX 15M

0O2, 0O4, 0S5, 0Q5, 14S, 1O3, 3S8, 3W5, 9S3, A39, AVENAL, CALIFORNIA VALLEY, CN12, CYQS, DIXON, FOT, Headquarters, ID85, K1O3, K3O1, K3O8, KAST, KAVX (Catalina Island), KAWO, KBOK, through KBUR, KC80, KCCB, KCMA, KDAG, El Mirage Dry Lake & Flying J Ranch-El Mirage, KFHR, Over LAX midfield & LAX school, KFUL, KGCD, KHAF, KHRI, KINW, KIYK, KIZA, KKIC, KL52, KLGD, KLKV, KLPC, KLSN, KLVK, KMPI, KMRY, through KNTD, KO22, KOKB, KONP, KORS, KOXR, KPGA, KPRB, KRBG, KRBL, KRNM, KSBA, KSBP, KSDM, KSHN, KSMO, KSMX, KSNS, KSZP, KSZT, KTOA, KUAO, KUKI, low pass KVBG, KWHP, KWVI, KZPH, L06, L08, L09, L61, MATANCHEN, Monument Valley, NV74, Dry Lakes, O46, O69, Over KLAXPHHN, PHDH, S16, S51, S89, SALTON Sea x3, Slab City, Stocking Meadows, through KSEA, A few that won't be mentioned (OR/MX/Sltn), Through TRONA GAP, UT25, WA09, Yosemite, 49X, KHII, L62, L17, KFCH, KCVH, CA66, KOAR KSFF 73S 72S S94 KPUW S68 Bill's Ranch S27 KGPI (Glacier) 58S 2MT1 53U 8S1 7S0 52S S09 S34 KTHM S83 KDEW, L88 (New Cuyama "X"d- low pass), KRIR (FlaBob), L35 (Big Bear), KSBD (KTOA <->San Bernadino @ NIGHT ! :)  L45, KBFL, L05, O26, Over Mt Whitney Summit at 17,200', L73, KMIT, L19, L84, KOXR, P20, L54, KFUL (Trike Lecture), KCLR, YYWG YCOR YHAY YIVO YWTO YMIA YBRN YDLQ YTOC YPOK YWGT

~ 166 Airports, Fields, or off road (4 Countries- hopefully more soon :)

If you put all your airports/off airports on SkyVector, you can make a cool map of the places you've been.  These are mine:

      In North American Continent (US, Mex, Canada, Hawaii)

      In AUSTRALIA  (MegaFauna 2014, etc)

      ALL  (get's a little crowded in this view)


In 1999, Mike Blyth & Olivier Aubert flew their two microlight trikes from Buenos Aires to Cape Town via Greenland, flying over 3 continents (Americas, Europe & Africa), 33 countries. They were unsupported and
had only a few little sponsors for equipments. They sent their machines in boxes to Argentina in March 1999, assembled them, tested them and left Buenos Aires on the 27th of March 1999.
8 months later, on the 27th of November 1999, they arrived safely in South Africa, covering 43'000 km, all by the air. The most difficult and dangerous part of this expedition was the crossing of The North Atlantic. Their machines were like flying motorbikes, so they had to face the cold and chill factor, the temperatures over Greenland in August were around -15°C. In five days, they hopped from Canada to Greenland West (650 km over sea in 7 hours), then over Greenland ice cap (700 km in 7 hours)to Kulusuk, then again over the sea to Iceland, another 850 km in 8 hours, then South to Hofn on the Coast of Iceland (400 km easy over the beaches), then, the last piece to Scotland, the longest, 900 km in less than 9 hours due to light tailwinds helping. They flew at an average speed of 97 km/h during their whole trip. And they met a lot of good people.
They made a film with Antoine Sacoun about this expedition, it is called
SOUTH TO SOUTH "For The Birds" and it's available on DVD (NTSC & PAL) at: