Now that the tropical storm exited the country flying schools are back to the skies. I remember when I was still working with an aircraft maintenance provider in Clark Pampanga, everything is at a total standstill whenever there is a weather disturbance. It's a losing proposition for both service centers and flying schools. Flight schedules are delayed and maintenance operations grind into a halt. No flight, no income. There is that old aviation saying that aircraft sitting on the ground will never make money. And now that it's sunny skies again its business as usual for our fly boys. Thank God!