Craig Argus spent more than five hours in the air Tuesday, flying much needed medical supplies from Pennsylvania to Massachusetts to support health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. “This is just better flying,” Argus said, describing his six-seater Cessna 210. “It’s a lot of fun. You’re doing a good deed, and at the same time you get to fly.”
Argus, of Atlantic City’s Chelsea Heights neighborhood, took off from Atlantic City International Airport, loaded 22 boxes of face shields into his plane after landing in State College, Pennsylvania, and then delivered them to Bedford, Massachusetts. The shields were produced in a factory in Muncie, Indiana.