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Offline Stef

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #75 on: May 29, 2006, 11:05:30 PM »
AAAAH! That T-shirt, now I recognise it. That is out of a time where we thought that the aviation industry is waiting for us. Let me try to find that Huey and I will post it here.
Hey, I recognize it too!!! If I remember it right, I think I did the colors on it... Wow, I almost forgot for just how long my artistic skills are already been exploited by my brother!  ;) ;D ;D

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #76 on: May 30, 2006, 03:48:26 AM »
AAAAH! That T-shirt, now I recognise it. That is out of a time where we thought that the aviation industry is waiting for us. Let me try to find that Huey and I will post it here.
Hey, I recognize it too!!! If I remember it right, I think I did the colors on it... Wow, I almost forgot for just how long my artistic skills are already been exploited by my brother!  ;) ;D ;D

Hey! >:(

Doesn't your brother pay for the beer everytime we go out?  ;D  ;D  ;D


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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #77 on: May 30, 2006, 08:04:46 AM »
AAAAH! That T-shirt, now I recognise it. That is out of a time where we thought that the aviation industry is waiting for us. Let me try to find that Huey and I will post it here.
Hey, I recognize it too!!! If I remember it right, I think I did the colors on it... Wow, I almost forgot for just how long my artistic skills are already been exploited by my brother!  ;) ;D ;D

Hey! >:(

Doesn't your brother pay for the beer everytime we go out? ;D ;D ;D
Stef, does he really buy the beer---I don't recall him springing for a round in Winemmucca last year?

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #78 on: May 30, 2006, 09:58:31 AM »
Stef, does he really buy the beer---I don't recall him springing for a round in Winemmucca last year?

Yes he does! Most of the time... I assume that even with a pilot's salary it's hard to afford enough beer to satisfy a horde of thirsty firefighters!!  ::)

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #79 on: May 30, 2006, 11:02:11 AM »
Hy guys and girls!!

it's a little embarrassing, after all this quite long lists. Anyway, I'll put in mine as well:

-> Cessna C-152
-> Piper Archer
-> Piper Cherokee
-> Cirrus S-22
-> Pilatus P3

-> Triumph Thunderbird Sport (ok, it's a motorbike which isn't intended to fly with... anyway, I did it!! For about 2 sec, I suppose :-\) ..no happy landing!!!
for climbing --> pull ** for decending --> continue pulling

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #80 on: May 30, 2006, 11:32:20 PM »
Stef, does he really buy the beer---I don't recall him springing for a round in Winemmucca last year?

Yes he does! Most of the time... I assume that even with a pilot's salary it's hard to afford enough beer to satisfy a horde of thirsty firefighters!! ::)

No worries about the hordes of thirsty firefighters---they go to upscale bars while we pilots look for the real rat hole dives (to avoid buying them drinks)  ::)

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #81 on: May 31, 2006, 02:47:41 AM »
Stef, does he really buy the beer---I don't recall him springing for a round in Winemmucca last year?

Yes he does! Most of the time... I assume that even with a pilot's salary it's hard to afford enough beer to satisfy a horde of thirsty firefighters!! ::)

No worries about the hordes of thirsty firefighters---they go to upscale bars while we pilots look for the real rat hole dives (to avoid buying them drinks)  ::)

If I remember that right, you stuck wing guys still make more money than us rotorheads...
...but I am not bitter. (yeah right  :()


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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #82 on: May 31, 2006, 02:49:25 AM »
Hy guys and girls!!

it's a little embarrassing, after all this quite long lists. Anyway, I'll put in mine as well:

-> Cessna C-152
-> Piper Archer
-> Piper Cherokee
-> Cirrus S-22
-> Pilatus P3

-> Triumph Thunderbird Sport (ok, it's a motorbike which isn't intended to fly with... anyway, I did it!! For about 2 sec, I suppose :-\) ..no happy landing!!!


Not embarassing at all. We welcome everybody.

I don't have any time in a Pilatus P3 nor do I even know how one looks like....


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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #83 on: May 31, 2006, 03:10:02 AM »
Cessna 150, Cessna 152, Cessna 172 (various sub-types), PA-28-140, PA-28-180, Piper Warrior, Piper Archer, Mooney 201, Cessna 172 RG, Navion, Citabria, Pitts S-2B, S-2C, Great Lakes, Twin Commander, Piper Arrow, DA-20 Eclipse, DA-40 Diamond Star (G1000), Cessna 182, Sonex, 737-200 (two hours sim time at United... if that counts), NYP.

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #84 on: May 31, 2006, 09:03:35 AM »
Cessna 150, Cessna 152, Cessna 172 (various sub-types), PA-28-140, PA-28-180, Piper Warrior, Piper Archer, Mooney 201, Cessna 172 RG, Navion, Citabria, Pitts S-2B, S-2C, Great Lakes, Twin Commander, Piper Arrow, DA-20 Eclipse, DA-40 Diamond Star (G1000), Cessna 182, Sonex, 737-200 (two hours sim time at United... if that counts), NYP.

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GEEZ TM, I've got a tiny bit of time in a sonex---had to remove the upholstery and fly it in my stocking feet just to be able get in--and I'm here to tell ya it's the most pitch sensitive airplane I've ever flown, a sneeze would surely have been an aerobatic maneuver---never flown a Pitts though--don't know if I'm good enough (yeah right--false modesty--big ego---typical pilot---"Hell, I can fly the box it came in"!)

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #85 on: May 31, 2006, 09:43:17 AM »
Hy guys and girls!!

it's a little embarrassing, after all this quite long lists. Anyway, I'll put in mine as well:

-> Cessna C-152
-> Piper Archer
-> Piper Cherokee
-> Cirrus S-22
-> Pilatus P3

-> Triumph Thunderbird Sport (ok, it's a motorbike which isn't intended to fly with... anyway, I did it!! For about 2 sec, I suppose :-\) ..no happy landing!!!


Not embarassing at all. We welcome everybody.

I don't have any time in a Pilatus P3 nor do I even know how one looks like....
...then have a look at www.p3flyers.ch
for climbing --> pull ** for decending --> continue pulling

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #86 on: June 02, 2006, 04:50:24 PM »
in addition to all the rest we have the Shorts 33  more affectionately known as the box the Metro came in. and no you cant look up in my shorts hehhe LOL. ;D
I got into aviation because it was fun now I'm stuck cause I need the money ;-))))

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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #87 on: June 09, 2006, 04:55:08 PM »
Hi Folks... This is my first posting in this forum. Hope it doesn't sound boastful.  ;D

Aero (Twin)Commander
AC500   A & B
AC560   A
AC560   E & F
AC680

Aeronca
AC7      Champ

Beech
BE24      Sierra
BE55      Baron 55
BE77      Skipper
V35      V-Tail Bonanza
BE58      Baron 58
BE76      Duchess
BE90      King Air 90

Cessna
L-19      Birddog
152
172      Skyhawk
182      Skyklane
206
208      Caravan
210       Centurion
310

Mooney
M20-231

Maule
M7-235    Seaplane (straight floats)

Piper
PA28       Cherokee, Warrior, Archer
PA28RT   T–Tail Arrow
PA28R   Arrow
PA31      Comanche  180 & 250
PA32       Cherokee 6-300
PA32R   Saratoga
PA23      Apache
PA23      Aztec
PA31      Navajo, Chieftain
PA34      Seneca
PA44      Seminole
Rockwell
AC100    Lark
AC114

Grumman
AG- CAT
AA1      Yankee
AA5      Cheetah

Lear 24   (SIC ONLY)

TAV-8A    Harrier   
(USMC-Backseat FUN rides with some stick time in the mix)   

Bell-47   (Dual only)

CB300   (Dual Only)





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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #88 on: June 09, 2006, 07:35:41 PM »
Hi Folks... This is my first posting in this forum. Hope it doesn't sound boastful.  ;D

Aero (Twin)Commander
AC500   A & B
AC560   A
AC560   E & F
AC680

Aeronca
AC7      Champ

Beech
BE24      Sierra
BE55      Baron 55
BE77      Skipper
V35      V-Tail Bonanza
BE58      Baron 58
BE76      Duchess
BE90      King Air 90


Do we have another AirAttack guy in here?
I am picking up on al the Twin Commander time..... ;)

You're the first guy to control a Harrier in this forum here! AWESOME!


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Re: What have you flown so far?
« Reply #89 on: June 09, 2006, 09:02:37 PM »
Piper Tomahawk
Cessna 150, 152, 172, 172RG
Aeronca Champ
Diamond DA-20 (Katana and Eclipse)

Everything else was just ground run:
Super King Air 200
Beech Duchess
Cessna 182 (new one... oooooh)
Diamond DA-40
Beech Bonanza

The second list involved airplanes I'd repaired or serviced, and did the necessary ground runs.
One of these days, I'll add my 801 to the first list.