Training, Checkout, Insurance

At first glance, flying an airplane built before 1970 isn’t a big deal.  The FAA doesn’t get too excited about it in the regs.  If the airplane of choice has a tailwheel, FAR Part 61.31(i) requires a tailwheel endorsement from a CFI if you don’t already have one.  Otherwise, the regs are silent. There’s no […]
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