A really nice Cessna Skylane

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PilotBillFromTexas
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Re: A really nice Cessna Skylane

Postby PilotBillFromTexas » Wed Jan 29, 2014 10:51 pm

Scofreyjet wrote:That's great news Jim! Now maybe you can buy an airplane capable of slow flight!


Hey, hey! Be nice. I fly a skyline and I can get it down to as little as 115kts in slow flight if I use all 40 degrees of flaps :lol:

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Re: A really nice Cessna Skylane

Postby jackhodgson » Sun Feb 02, 2014 5:07 pm

Just in case anyone missed it, the "skylane and slow flight" thing is a reference to one of the Sebring UCAP Daily's, where Jeb told about getting behind (and then way behind) a Skylane, whose pilot was unable, or chose not, to exercise what even Jeb acknowledges that the plane is capable of.

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Re: A really nice Cessna Skylane

Postby Navionpilot » Fri Feb 14, 2014 10:02 am

Welcome to the world of soaring Jim! I live in Chattanooga now and we have a tow plane..... You have a place to stay if you want to come down and ride the ridge. I'm based at APT. Congrats on the new chapter

Jonathan
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