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Thad Dulin August 16, 2012 at 7:52 am

A couple of questions for you if you have time. (1) What dash number engines are you using. (2)Are you doing wt&balance by chart or slipstick. (3) Are you using your own Flight Manual or Military…?

RobinMaiden August 16, 2012 at 2:39 pm

Thad, Here are the answers:
– N28AA has the Pratt & Whitney 1830-92 engines.
– Weight and Balance is done by chart
– We have our own manuals refined over the years. You can view a sample on the website under “Documents” or

tailwinds, Robin

Thad Dulin August 30, 2012 at 2:57 pm

Good Morning
I was wondering if I could purchase your PDF files on your training manual?

David Barron November 18, 2012 at 3:22 pm

Dear Sir:
I am interested in getting a DC-3 Type rating. I currently hold the following airman certificate:
Airline Transport Pilot:
Airplane Single and Multiengine Land
Commercial Priv:
Airplane Single and Multiengine Sea, Rotorcraft-Helicopter, Glider
Flight Instructor: Gold Seal and current
Airplane Single and Multiengine, Instrument
Ground Instructor:
Advanced, Instrument
Flight Dispatcher
Control Tower Operator
I have approximately 5000 hours of flight time in 80 different kinds of aircraft and am currently teaching Boeing 737-800 ground school to American Airlines Pilots in DFW. I have taught B-777-200, MD-80, ERJ 135/140/145, and ATR 42/72 ground schools as well.
Do you teach full courses and if so what do you estimate the cost of this add on to be. I am 66 and do not intend to actually use it once I get the DC-3 Type.
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Thank you

David Barron