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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby marathonrunner » Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:03 am

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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby rsharp » Fri Nov 11, 2011 10:10 pm

11/2011, HHR, TOA, LGB, Rick Sharp, Cessnas, PM me!
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby femoskol » Fri Nov 18, 2011 8:16 pm

In response to CFI listing, I'm a CFII with tailwheel experience in C140a,170B(180hp), 180 and 195B(245 & 300hp)

Fred Moskol
femoskol@wisc.edu
Madison, WI
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby Flyfshr » Sun Nov 20, 2011 8:57 pm

CFI in Sacramento, California.

Available evenings and weekends for the time being (unless I ditch the corporate gig!)
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby dbarron » Thu Mar 22, 2012 3:42 pm

Barron Aviation Private Flight Services
Hannibal, MO
573-221-3230
Specialize in taildragger training. We have a Cessna 170, Cessna 195, Beechcraft G-18S, and also a North American AT-6A Texan (also aerobatic training in the T-6)
Also, should be back on track with glider ops this summer.
<http://www.barronaviation.com/>
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'54 170B N1899C

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Specializing in the restoration/repair of classic aircraft
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby 9161a » Fri May 18, 2012 10:23 pm

I am in the SF Bay Area, based at Livermore Airport. I teach in tailwheel aircraft almost daily, including the Cessna 140 and Aeronca Champ. I own a Cessna 170a in which I would also teach if the insurance company allowed. I have over 2500 hours instruction experience and 1200+ hours in tailwheel aircraft.

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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby jrenwick » Sat May 19, 2012 2:05 am

9161a wrote:...I own a Cessna 170a in which I would also teach if the insurance company allowed....

Ask AVEMCO about their "limited commercial" option. It lets me add a student as a named pilot at any time, for 30 days minimum. Additional cost ranges from zero for a high-time pilot with TW time to $140/month for a zero-time primary student. I just pass those costs on to the student, which gives them an incentive to fly frequently. After 30 days you can delete the student from your policy at any time, and the charge is prorated.
John Renwick
Minneapolis, MN
Former owner, '55 C-170B, N4401B
'42 J-3 Cub, N62088
'50 Swift GC-1B, N2431B, Oshkosh 2009 Outstanding Swift Award, 2016 Best Continuously Maintained Swift
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby Ratso » Sat Jun 30, 2012 3:29 am

June 2012. D25 Northern Wisconsin. CFI/CFII in C170, 172, Citabria. Contact via IC170 A.
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby femoskol » Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:32 pm

Madison,WI based at C29, C140.C170,C180,C195 PA-12 floats
Fred Moskol CFII
femoskol@wisc.edu
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby paulbritton88 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:50 am

Paul Britton CFI,II,MEI, ATP
Eagle Lake (KELA), TX
281-216-0036
Limited T/W instuction, flight reviews, etc. My "day job" flying interferes with fun flying.
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby Ril952 » Fri Oct 26, 2012 2:13 am

I'm looking for someplace to get a tailwheel endorsement. I live in Turlock, CA (about an hour and a half south of Sacramento).

James Riley
(352) 870-1745
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby spduffee » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:30 am

We have among us (in S50 -Auburn, outside of Seattle) a member of the Minnesota Aviation Hall of Fame : Anders Christenson. He has about +/- a jillion hours, in 170s, 180 and all the good stuff. He has promised that once I get 5448C back in the air he'll give me a taste of real instruction. I can't wait. If anyone wishes to contact him, drop me a line. If al lgoes well, in the distant future, I can add my name to the list of CFIs. We'll see.
N5448C -1950 170-A
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby dunlaps3 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 3:45 pm

In Central Minnesota , Brainerd (KBRD ) , Andrew Dunlap , CFII . I have time in about every GA aircraft made. A few Warbirds and Homebuilts.
Andrew 218-829-8963 .
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby ragsrettzo » Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:13 am

i would like to add my name to the list

rags rettzo cfi/a&p/ia i am located in chandler arizona
602-697-4125
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Re: Tailwheel CFI Listing

Postby ralphyoung » Sat Apr 27, 2013 2:54 am

I saw this post on the J-3 site. Called Dennis and drove from WV to inland from Saint Augustine. Spent 6 days flying with Dennis. Got current and tail wheel endorsement flying his J-3 cub. Great host/pilot and a great mini-vacation. I took naps between flights.

Tail wheel instruction offered in my 1946 J3 Beautiful Florida St. Augustine area 13FA. 45 year pilot with 39 years instruction record...
Pilotdennis@yahoo.com
Fayetteville, WV
1948 Cessna 170
1941 J-5 project
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