A themed mini-tour with special historical significance for 19th century North America.
Special thanks to OAV014 Mal for this contribution.
The Chisholm Trail was a trail used in the post-Civil War era to drive cattle from Texas ranches to the railheads in Kansas. The trail was established by Black Beaver, a Lenape guide and rancher, and his friend Jesse Chisholm, a Cherokee merchant. The trail started south of San Antonio and travelled northward. Although the actual cattle drive concluded at Abilene, I(Mal) have extended the flight to Kansas City as this was the major railhead for shipping the cattle eastwards to towns like Chicago and New York.
After completing, why not "Keep them dogies movin'......," and fly on east from Kansas to their final destination at one of the cities mentioned mentioned above.
5 legs, 872nm, average leg length 174nm.
|Allowed Aircraft Types:||B206, B350, B407, B429, BE33, BE58, BE9L, BN2P, C162, C172, C177, C182, C208, C210, C337, C47, DA40, DA42, DA62, DC3, DHC2, DHC3, DHC6, DR40, DR41, KODI, LEG2, PA18, PA24, PA28, R44, R66, S61, SR22, ST75|
|1||KBRO||Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport||KSSF||Stinson Municipal Airport||01:15:00||N/A|
|2||KSSF||Stinson Municipal Airport||KACT||Waco Regional Airport||01:00:00||N/A|
|3||KACT||Waco Regional Airport||KHSD||Sundance Airpark||01:30:00||N/A|
|4||KHSD||Sundance Airpark||KCFV||Coffeyville Municipal Airport||00:45:00||N/A|
|5||KCFV||Coffeyville Municipal Airport||KMKC||Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport||00:45:00||N/A|
|Pilot||Current Position||On Tour since||Aircraft|
|OAV001||Peter Faase||KMKC||Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport||18.03.2022||LEG2|
|OAV002||Jim Lowery||KMKC||Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport||31.03.2022||DA62|