Does anyone have any N-numbers of a cirrus Turbo?
…or just type KDLH, remember cirrus has to test them before they can give them to their customers (KDLH is home to Cirrus) and above 18000 feet they need IFR so they would have to have IFR on all turbos (assuming they test them to 25000 feet).
That doesn’t distinguish between turbos and N/A SR22s.
I guess that’s true. As a non-pilot, I didn’t realize there was such a distinction.
We’ve seen 8 flights by 6 aircraft with a type of SE22:
With R and E so close on a QWERTY keyboard, I wouldn’t be surprised if most of them were typos.