Flying high with my secret career…
The crew of a Basler BT-67 fixed wing aircraft releases oil dispersant over an oil discharge from the mobile offshore drilling unit, Deepwater Horizon, off the shore of Louisiana, in this May 5, 2010 photograph. REUTERS/Stephen Lehmann/U.S. Coast Guard/handout
Blog Guy! You won’t BELIEVE what I just saw! There was a picture of an airplane helping clean up after that oil accident in Louisiana, and the caption said it was a….
I know, it would have been a Basler BT-67. I make ’em in my spare time. Check out my Website.
That’s awesome! Tell me about the Basler BT-67.
It’s a lot like the Basler BT-66, but this model will actually take off.
Hey, if you’re really making these planes, then let’s just see if you can answer some of the questions on your FAQ: Why isn’t the BT-67 pressurized?
I’m just one guy. It’s lucky to have wings.
Very interesting. Let’s try another one from your FAQ: What about fatigue?
I eat jelly doughnuts all day long and nap frequently. Fatigue is no problem.
Wow! You really ARE that guy!