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- Wed Apr 02, 2008 2:42 pm
- Forum: Other Topics
- Topic: Aerobatic spin/stall training
- Replies: 19
- Views: 6112
Ahhhh, the master has spoken! :) Rich, I am wondering if you can shed some light on something for me. I've had conversations with a few pilots recently who are of the belief that stalling from a forward slip is a very bad thing and will lead to a spin. Their reasoning being that any condition other ...
- Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:44 pm
- Forum: Listener Mail
- Topic: Your Thoughts on Spin Training
- Replies: 12
- Views: 4980
I think spin or upset recovery training is a great idea and I would recommend it to anyone and everyone. That being said, you need to go into it with the understanding that it won’t necessarily teach you how to recover from a spin in YOUR aircraft. It will introduce you to the general rules of spin ...
I agree with your Champguy... as the former owner of a Citabria 7ECA and it sure is hard going back to a "regular" airplane. :lol: On the subject of C150s, one of my best friends sells A/C for an FBO in the Midwest. During a conversation the other day he said they took in "the nicest ...
How many Archers does the flight school have compared to C172s? My point is, I would rather train in the airplane that offered me more scheduling flexibility. If they have only 1 Archer and it goes down for maintenance or other issues, you are out of options. On the other hand, if they have 3 C172s,...
- Mon Mar 17, 2008 7:23 pm
- Forum: Aircraft Ownership
- Topic: Buying and managing an airplane
- Replies: 7
- Views: 4268
IIRC, I've got a fairly robust cost spreadsheet someone once gave me. PM me if you want a copy. I'll see if I can dig it up. The numbers only tell half the story. The subjective benefits to owning are huge... no time schedules to keep, you know what all the squawks, you know where it's been and with...