Adventure travelers were stunned to see the latest ZSK plane in development flying around a volcano in the Tulagi area last week.
“I guess it was in trials,” said one traveler who was flying a rented P-40 at the time. “It flew right around the volcano, slowing, climbing, diving, it was amazing to watch. It’s going to be a really powerful plane to fly.”
“Volcanic ash and heat usually damage aircraft,” explained a Waterbank University professor, “but ZSK has always been committed to safety. They’ll test it until its ready.”