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The $100 Hamburger: A Guide to Pilot's Favorite Fly-In Restaurants epub

by John F. Purner,John Purner


The $100 Hamburger: A Guide to Pilot's Favorite Fly-In Restaurants epub

ISBN: 0070837147

ISBN13: 978-0070837140

Author: John F. Purner,John Purner

Category: Business books

Subcategory: Industries

Language: English

Publisher: Mcgraw-Hill (May 1, 1998)

Pages: 352 pages

ePUB book: 1691 kb

FB2 book: 1876 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 168

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Pilots tell of their experiences and give their impressions of each eatery, and answer key questions of location, food quality and type, service, ambiance, and price.

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It is a cultural phemen felt far outside its intended target market, general aviation owner pilots. Virtually every aviation magazine has written about the book. The mainstream media has covered as well

I use this book in conjunction with John's web site to plan my flights. The book has saved me hundreds of dollars in car rentals.

I use this book in conjunction with John's web site to plan my flights. It has protected my stomach from indigestion that comes from vending machine food. I don't leave the ground without it! 12/21/05 Clearly things change. Books can't stay up to date every day. I stand by John's book. If you have currency issues, then visit the supporting web site.

All restaurants located on general aviation friendly airports in the United States are included.

It is a cultural phenomenon felt far outside its intended target market, general aviation owner pilots. The mainstream media has covered as well

Author: John F. Purner.

Author: John F.

It's a cultural phenomenon felt far outside its intended target market, the general aviation small plane owner pilot. The name "100$ Hamburger" may need revision, but the guide and the destination all got revised very recently. This book will make a great gift for the new plane owner looking for places to go but also for every airport bum, traveler, or aviation enthusiast. Brand: MCGRAW-HILL Author: John F. Purner 508 pages ISBN-13: 978-0-07-147925-7 ISBN-10: 0-07-147925-2.

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The $100 Hamburger provides firsthand pilot reports on 1,000+ restaurants at or very near general aviation airports across the United States and in 15 foreign countries. Pilots tell of their experiences and give their impressions of each eatery, and answer key questions of location, food quality and type, service, ambiance, and price. A rating system of 1 to 5 hamburgers is used. Geographically indexed, and listed alphabetically within state or country, The $100 Hamburger exists presently on the Internet, but rather inconveniently for use in the cockpit, reference on the air strip, or toting in the flight bag. Book form and web site will complement one another as the site can provide updates and promotions to the book.
Despite the fact that this book is somewhat out-of-date at thispoint, it remains a good reference guide. I use it as an encyclopediaof airport restaurants. Not only do the entries give information aboutwhere the airport is loacted and what kind of food to expect, theyoften list prices and approach notes, which are invaluable totransient pilots. Some of the information is dated, but for the mostpart, its still useful. So I keep it in my flight bag for those timeswhen I'm looking for a rest stop on the way home from a distantairport.
It would be great to have it updated and published as abinder with removable pages, so that pilots can subscribe to receiveupdates (like every other airport guide)...
The Book is of value to aviation buffs who like to get out and fly and stop for a bite. The problem is it was published in 1998 and since then there have been changes. It would be nice to be able to get updates on it since many people, once they have read it, probably could give some advise of other restaraunts or bed and breakfasts. The book does give a web site that is not available. It makes for disappointment when trying to get an update for a book that is not exactly cheap and is 2 years old.
This book, although helpful ; does not have up to date information. Many of the resturants and small airports listed in the book, no longer can be found. This is very frustrating to the small plane pilot who took a day's trip just to eat at a particular place or to land at a small airport for fuel , only to discover it is no longer there.
This book is perfect to plan a fun outing in the plane and get some good food too. It is the only book of it's kind out there. People are complaining about not getting restaurant updates like Jeppessen does with their charts. Well think about how often a new restaurant is built on a field. Rarely does this happen and if it's nearby you'll hear about at your local FBO. So go ahead and tough it out and pick up a copy. It is well worth it.
A LONG OVER-DUE COVERAGE OF THOSE PLACES A PRIVATE PILOT CAN GO FOR A SNACK (MEAL) ON A LOVELY VFR DAY IN THE SUMMER. NO ONE HAS ACCOMPLISHED THIS BEFORE AND IT WILL CERTAINLY ENCOURAGE THOSE WHO DON'T KNOW WHERE TO GO ON A BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY TO GAS UP AND HEAD OUT!!! GREAT FOR THE PRIVATE PILOT LOKING FOR A GASTRONOMIC DESTINATION.I RATE IT FOUR HAMBURGERS.