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Flying the Skycatcher: The CFI’s perspective

Cessna’s Skycatcher was designed for the Light Sport Aircraft category, as well as to lower the cost of entry into aviation. It was also designed to be a teaching platform that could ostensibly replace the Cessna 150 series in flight schools.
I have more than 300 hours in Cessna 150-series aircraft, of which a little over 100 hours was spent in the right seat as a CFI. Although I do most pilot report flights from the left seat, I decided to fly the Skycatcher from the right to evaluate its potential as a training aircraft. Continue Reading »

===> Posted on October 11th, 2011 by Meg Godlewski. No comments. © GAN 2011.

Flying the Skycatcher: The CFI’s perspective is a post from: Small Jet Charter

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