For John Ross, the perfect complement to a G-IV trip across the Atlantic is a J-3 hop across Great South Bay. A captain with North American Air Charter in Ronkonkoma, Long Island, Ross is very much a part of today's technologically advanced business aviation community. But once the Gulfstream is hangared, he frequently makes his way to Bayport Aerodrome, a grass strip just south of Islip, N.Y., and rolls out his other pride and joy -- a tiny yellow bird with a familiar black stripe down the ...
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