Friday, May 13, 2011
On Friday, May 13, 2011, Robert "Bootcamp" Schapiro experienced an engine failure in a single engine airpline while flying IFR in IMC conditions at 3,800 feet. He didn't break out of the clouds until 400 feet off the deck in mountainous terrain. He successfully landed the airplane without any damage to the aircraft or persons or property on the surface and without any injuries. This was Robert's second engine failure in a single engine aircraft.
The Baltimore Sun wrote an article on the front page of the Business Section about Bootcamp Helicopters' aerial advertisement division: Bootcamp Lights.
Checkout the article for more details!
"Bootcamp Helicopters is a very professional organisation and would recommend the introductory flight to anyone. Rob was a fantastic pilot and was very informative. I am in the process of arranging with Bootcamp helicopters the starting of my private helicopter license." ~Jacob McDonald
"Don't tell me you're out flying again! I'm dying here at my desk." ~Otto Romero
"I have never been in an airplane or helicopter before today. I was always afraid to fly. That was so much fun!" ~Teresa Williams
"This was the best birthday present ever. Can you teach me how to fly?" ~Frank Giovannone
"Rob, I'm jumping in my car, I'm driving to Maryland [from New Jersey], and we're going flying. Clear your schedule" ~Rafal Lenczewski