I watched the 16 right movie. Really was a good movie. Warned of all the airports that have closed and used VAN NUYS AIRPORTS, (the busiest GA airport in the world) KVNY as an example of a sucess story (KVNY had struggled a lot to maintain an airport. Talked about all the advantages to airports (economy boosters) and celebrated aviation.

  1. Have you seen this movie?
  2. Thoughts/reactions?

**one scary thing is they mentioned an airport closes about every week :blush:


I saw it about a week ago on Discovery HD… after all the hype I had heard about it, I wasn’t that impressed.


I think CFIJames liked it!

One Six Right is my favorite repeatable movie. Wifey and I watch it every few months.

After some help in the Nightowls thread
discussions.flightaware.com/view … =nightowls
mine should be on the way.
Hey, how do I shorten those links to a single word?



Like this:

[SINGLE WORD :-)](http://discussions.flightaware.com/viewtopic.php?t=2611&highlight=nightowls)

becomes this: SINGLE WORD :slight_smile:


i thought it was a very well done film. although it was not what i was expecting as far as the documentary part went, it gave some scary statistics, ie Airports closing. but it also contained a lot of good footage of flying that was fun to watch.


Here’s are step-by-step instructions:
Highlight your URL (Web page address), then click on the “URL” button in the upper right of the “post a reply” box. A "[and a](and a) will be attached and look like this:


Cut the “]” from the “[” and replace it with “=” (the equal sign). Then paste the “]” to the left of the “](” and replace it with “=” (the equal sign). Then paste the “]” to the left of the “)” like this:


Now insert the text that you would like to appear as the link immediately to the left of the “”


Link will appear like this:

After creating a few links, it’ll become second-nature.


Rather convoluted IMHO.

Copy the URL of the webpage you want to link to. Come back here and type the text you want the URL to be embedded in within your message. Highlight that text, then click the URL button on the toolbar.

E.g. FlightAware

Place your cursor between the first url and the ending bracket ] and type =, then hit Ctrl+V to insert the URL of the webpage you’re lnking.

E.g. FlightAware Spaces entered after the = sign and the linked URL in this instance in order to show the example!

When done correctly it will look like this: FlightAware


:slight_smile: I loved the movie…a friend of mine that flies for Delta on Mad Dogs met the producer and had a poster signed for me…just wish that my home airport was that active with GA traffic…