Ride to the San Juan Islands in the September Issue of Airplanista Magazine

Take a scenic seaplane ride to Washington's San Juan Islands aboard a Kenmore Air Turbine Otter seaplane in the September issue of Airplanista digital aviation magazine.
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Sept. 15, 2011 - PRLog -- The latest Airplanista Magazine presents an exciting ride-along experience in a Kenmore Air turbine De Havilland Otter seaplane from Seattle's Lake Union to the gorgeous San Juan Islands.

"I took this ride along trip without having ridden in a seaplane, and was extremely impressed with the amount of aviation and nautical skills a Kenmore pilot needs to fly the route to the San Juans,” said Airplanista Editor/Publisher Dan Pimentel. “It also happened late in the afternoon on a clear day, so the images I created from the Otter's right seat really demonstrate how beautiful this part of our country is."

The article describes in great detail about a series of flights that Kenmore Air makes by seaplane to Friday Harbor, Deer Harbor, Westsound and other stops on a daily commuter run. "The story takes in inside the cockpit with Kenmore Air's pilot, Chuck Perry, who completely blew me away with his skills at handling the large turbine Otter in the air and on the water," Pimentel said.

Airplanista Magazine is an all-digital monthly new media magazine published online at http://airplanista.com. The magazine’s mission is to honor and celebrate general aviation advocates, activists and volunteers who have devoted their lives to raising the public’s awareness about flying and increase the pilot population.

With a tagline of “Sometimes serious, sometimes humorous, always unpredictable.”, the magazine presents aviation stories, aviation commentary, and stunning aviation photography each month to a target audience that is a combination of pilots, aircraft owners, professional pilots and those in aviation business and industry.

Each new online issue is offered using a state-of-the-art digital publishing platform that includes Mobile 3.0, allowing iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry users to read the magazine without downloading an app. There is no cost to view the magazine online For more information: Contact Airplanista Magazine Editor/Publisher Dan Pimentel via email at editor@airplanista.com or through the magazine website.

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Airplanista Magazine is an online monthly aviation magazine with features, commentary, and stunning aviation photography. Published for pilots and the general aviation community. Sometimes serious. Sometimes humorous. Always unpredictable.
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