Photos of the Week: Making new Friends in Aviation

senne Senne Vandenputte   /   Mar 09, 2017   /   0   /   2 min read  /  882   /

Photos of the Week: Making new Friends in Aviation

In this series, we feature a new photo or photo series each week. Send us your photos here for a chance to be featured!

This week's photos of the week were sent to us by Melany Rosales (@PilotMelany).

Making new aviator friends through instagram has been an amazing adventure! 

The first picture was taken by Jessica Bauman (@crapwhereaminow).

My first time visiting Jess, a weekend in Santa Paula airport California. After years of communicating through Instagram, planning to meet during EAA Oshkosh and other airshows. I finally personally met my long time friend Jess. She took me up for a scenic flight as soon as I arrived. Being a Miami, FL native it was my first time flying around what I would consider mountains. I fell in love with the beautiful sights around Santa Paula. Thank you Jess for your hospitality and all the new friends I made during my stay in Santa Paula airport! 

These pictures remind me how amazing the aviation community is, we should all celebrate and share more of our Aviation Life with eachother. 

Thanks for the beautiful photos Melany and Jessica!

Make sure to check out Melany's Instagram account (@PilotMelany) and Jessica's (@crapwhereaminow) for more awesome flying pictures!

Melany Rosales photo of the week

Melany Rosales photo of the week

Melany Rosales photo of the week

Melany Rosales photo of the week

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About the author


Senne Vandenputte

As a 22-year-old Belgian Business Management student, web designer, glider pilot, aviation blogger and founder of Hangar.Flights, Senne is passionate about aviation. He started gliding at age 14 and flew his first solo at 15. Now, he spends his time writing about aviation, creating and designing things, traveling, studying and of course, flying.

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