Well 4 years in the making, my blog posts are about to make a serious comeback. The idea is to keep the same theme, an aviation blog with a dabble into my personal world. I’m in the infant stages of the overall gameplan but for those of you that may be reading this, I plan on some good aviation reading in the very near future.
In the meantime, since my last post, here is a quick timeline of what has changed in my world.
Feb 2014, my wife and I moved from Mui Wo and our chinese fishing village lifestyle, to a high rise apartment (although we are only on the 7th floor) in a new building in the predominantly expat community of Discovery Bay. This coincided with getting our third dog, the sister to our second, all three of which are happy and healthy.
In January of 2015 I completed my last flight as a Second Officer and subsequently my last flight on the 747 (for the foreseeable future anyway) as I was awarded a First Officer position on the 777. I will have plenty on the upgrade, training, new position, and new airplane in the coming months on my blog.
In December of 2015, my wife and I had our first baby, a little boy we named Norman Thomas. He is almost two years old, has travelled the equivelant miles of more then 4 times around the world, visited 10 countries, including several multiple times (more on our amazing travels over the last few years as well.)
Just recently after almost three yeasr as a first officer on the 777, I bid for and was awarded a fleet transfer to the Airbus 330. This will eventually lead to flying Cathay Pacific’s newest aircraft, the A350-900/1000. That conversion course is slated for sometime next year.
Of course I can expand on all of these topics for days, which I plan to do soon. I will also do my best to fill in the rather large gap I left since my last blost with some of the very interesting flying I have been doing.
Hopefully a few of you are still around to read this, and if so, thanks. You’ll be hearing more from me soon!
Fly Safe, or at least have someone fly safe for you.