Last updated 8/26/2018

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Aerostar S57A (2000)
90,000 cu ft

Purchased from Germany

Owner/Pilot Keith Sproul


Taxi Ruf Bremen is a German taxi service that has been around since 1894
Taxi Ruf Bremen Web Page

"TAXI-RUF BREMEN" is TAXI, Call Bremen, in German
So, when we land, we will say, "Did somneone call a Taxi"

Looking inside

Zone 5 Turbos!

Picture History of N-90KZ

First Flight in US

Picture by Bob Mueller

Hats thanks to Bob Mueller

Picture by Bob Mueller

Picture by Robin Smith

Picture by Robin Smith

German Registrations removed
US N-Numbers installed

Scheduled to ship from Germany on 2/9/2018 to Arrive US 2/18/2018
On the container ship MOL GRATITUDE

Packed, Ready to be shipped to the US

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"For once you have tasted flight you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards,
for there you have been and there you will long to return."

- Leonardo da Vinci

"It is possible to fly without motors, but not without knowledge and skill."
- Wilbur Wright

"Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the number of moments that take our breath away."
- Anonymous

Keith Sproul's Festival History

Scorch the Dragon Hot Air Balloon
Pandy Hot Air Balloon
Tetrahedron Hot Air Balloon
Birthday Cake Hot Air Balloon
Pig Headed Hot Air Balloon
Fred B Rabbit Hot Air Balloon

Meteor Crater Flight
Letchworth State Park, NY Gorge Flights
Shooting the Delaware Water Gap PA/NJ
Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Amarillo, TX Balloon Flight
Red Rock Balloon Festival, Gallup, NM
2007 Switzerland Balloon Festival
Dawn Patrol Flights

Chariot Balloons
Keith's Cameron Duo Chaiot
Balloon Flights in 3D
Balloon Parachute Artwork
Balloon Pictures from the Bottom
Red, White & Blue Balloons
Arrow Design Balloons
Flame Design Balloons
Aerostar Aurora Balloons
Parachute Drop Pictures
List of University Balloons
FLIR Balloons Pictures (Infrared heat picture)
Flytec Instruments Info Page
Digitool Instruments Info Page
How to make a Hot Air Balloon
How to make a Tetrahedron Hot Air Balloon
How to put turning vents into a Hot Air Balloon

Mark Sproul's Observatory

Created 1/11/2018
Modified 8/26/2018
Copyright Keith Sproul