• PiperForum.com is a vibrant community of Piper owners and pilots. Our over 1,500+ active members use Piper Forum to swap technical knowledge, plan meetups and sell planes/parts. We host technical knowledge of general aviation topics and specific topics on J3-Cubs, Cherokees, Comanches, Pacers and more. In addition to an instant community of pilots for you, PiperForum.com is a library of technical topics, airplane builds, images, technical manuals, technical documents and more.

    Access to PiperForum.com is subscription based. Subscriptions are only $49.99/year or $6.99/month to gain access to this great community and unmatched library of Piper knowledge.

    Click Here to Become a Subscribing Member and Access PiperForum.com in Full!

Bees, Bees everywhere what a hassle

This site may earn a commission from merchant affiliate links, including eBay, Amazon, and others.


Staff member
Jan 4, 2011
Reaction score
This is one that you read in aviation magazines, the one that happens to someone, but when it happens to you it's not funny no more.

I showed up at the airport to fly my plane from San Diego to Riverside to pick up my daughter from school and guess what? A beehive by the spinner inlet. make the story short I had to drive up to Riverside.

By the way if you think you can get rid of them by flying, no way, it does not work, I tried it. I had to buy a spray that you can use from 27 feet and spray them, not all die, you will need to give it a few hours before are all gone.

Latest posts