What’s going on

I thought I’d write something about the current activities at So Many Aircraft. Summer is just about here and there will be air shows, so some serious photography is in our future. The plan is to visit at least the air shows in the New England area (Quonset and Westover) as well as various fly-ins. Also, visits to NH by the Collings Foundation aircraft as well as some other warbirds (e.g., “Fifi”) will be covered.

If at all possible, we plan to be in Beach City, OH (yep, no beach there and it is not a city) this summer when “Beach City Baby“, a C-53, will finally be flown to Washington, PA. Captain Jason Capra and his crew have done amazing work and the restoration is proceeding well; go visit their Web site to see what’s going on there.

On the publishing side, we are working on a Kindle version of the KMHT book. That should be available soon. Beyond that, the DC-3 book is still being worked on, and a book on Eurocopter Dauphin is being planned (and, we are interested in anyone who could arrange access to photograph these).

On the strictly bureaucratic side, the new EU privacy regulation (“GDPR”) came into effect, so we now have a privacy page. The blog has been updated as well, so if you are reading this within the EU, you should have seen some kind of notice).

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Back to blogging…

I have been busy with “other stuff” and have completely neglected blogging lately. The good news is this: The book titled “Aircraft at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport” is nearing completion! Proof-reading is almost done, after that it should not take very long before the book is available.

More later.

Our Blog Has Moved…

I moved the So Many Aircraft Blog to WordPress.com today. All the old content is now there (OK, actually “here” since you are now reading the new blog). From now on new posts will only appear here, and the old blog will go away soon.

About the SMA Blog

This is the blog for So Many Aircraft. From time to time we will post about our current activities at SMA, whether that be books we are working on, interesting photo shoots we have had, or scale modeling projects that are underway.

Please visit the So Many Aircraft home page for more information.