A real Downer!


#1

Just checked the Certificated airman database and my name not there
for the 1st time since 1953. I almost cried!
God! I miss it! :cry:


#2

Aww… Didn’t even qualify for a 3rd class?


#3

LSA can keep folks in the air.Are you eligable or did you lose your medical?


#4

You can always rent a plane and CFI and go enjoy the experience of flight anytime.


#5

I did not “lose my medical”, Just didn’t try after after an ICD was put in my chest. I still get to fly right seat with friends. I am looking for a cub, champ, or a ragwing luscombe that qualify as an LSA. Back to my roots!


#6

http://img246.imageshack.us/img246/8399/thumbsup4kk.gif I often threaten J or his wife that I’ll use one of them to get current. But when I really think about it I realize that I’d be better off getting an LSA ticket for the type of flying I’d want to do.

Time to get a Mermaid:

J wants an Icon A5:

http://www.iconaircraft.com/videos.html?index=4

Although given the LSA weight limits it’s a case of carrying two normal people or one of me!


#7

Wing…good to hear you didn’t lose the medical.There sure are alot of LSA planes available.If you want new, check out the Legend Cub and the Silvaire Luscombe.Both have caught my eye…Herman.


#8

Check out the Cub Crafters - Sport Cub. http://www.cubcrafters.com/news_item.aspx?id=137

Depends on the type of flying you want to do. I think my favorite is the Remos.

http://www.remos.com/en/index.php