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Some "fun" reading about a similar flight: http://www.beechbaby.com/Dead_Cow_To_Dairy_Flat/JC%20Flight%20to%20New%20Zealand.pdf
Our glider club has one with an O-470. Great towplane
Last time I remember it being in ICT it was hauling some oil field atuff
People were basically registering their backyards as airports.
The SW Regional AOPA guy said they are working this session to get legislation...
Well there also was massive abuse of this law.when it came.out. a lot of private airports popped up especially around OKC.
Does this one show the US Flag? ;)
The ACS lays out Ipc requirements...
182RG has better short field performance than a 172. I don't really see why you would need a STOL kit on one.
I say no but not because dh is Stoopid. Because otherwise what's the difference between Al and nl?
I have Delormes for all the surrounding states. They are super nice when I've landed out by some country road. They have every gravel road on them
When I was driving all over the country a few years ago I liked the Rand McNally. Barnes & Noble or Walmart.
My experience was that with the limited up elevator travel it was pretty hard to hold the nose in the air for any significant time after the mains...
pretty sure that the one i flew, you still steered it on the ground with the wheel. having rudder pedals installed does not prevent the ercoupe...
I was in a flying club that had an ercoupe, without rudder pedals. Then when the light sport rule came out a couple local guys bought them and I...
I usually try to have the string slightly outside when thermalling. It's the Holinghaus Way.
Logan is a small club operation. I love flying there but it's not the place for an accelerated add on.
Sky Sailing is an excellent choice
Sundance Aviation in Moriarty, NM
Arizona Soaring south of Phoenix