Commercial Pilot Certified Flight Instructor
Airplane Single Engine Land Airplane Single Engine
Airplane Single Engine Sea Instrument Airplane
Airplane Multi-Engine Land
I had a lot of great times flying a Cessna 402 like the one pictured above.
I flew this plane for about three years while for flying for Seaboard Air Charter.
I obtained my sea plane rating in the LAKE amphibian. The two pictures above show what that type of aircraft looks like. Flying the LAKE is "more fun that it ought to be."
I was looking at my logbook recently and as a result had an idea. I have been fortunate to have flown quite a variety of aircraft and my idea was to show a picture of some of the types. These pictures are not the actual planes that I have flown for the most part, but just representative of the same make and model. I was able to complete the project in less time that I thought it might take. The "framed" pictures are my favorites.
Cessna 150 Piper Cherokee 140 Cessna 172 - Sky Hawk Cessna 177 - Cardinal
Piper Arrow RG Cessna 177 RG - Cardinal Beechcraft Bonanza Piper Apache
Piper Seneca I Cessna 182 - Skylane (Early Model) American Yankee TR-2 Cessna 182 - Skylane (Mid Model)
Citabria Lake Amphibian Cessna - 310 Piper Super Cub
Cessna 402 Piper Cherokee 6 Cessna 172 RG Cutless
Beechcraft Musketeer Piper Navajo Piper Warrior Beech T-34 Mentor
Cessna 172 XP Stearman Piper Seneca III
Cessna 182 (late model) G1000 "Glass Cockpit" Mooney 201
The newest addition: I have added FAA Remote Pilot Certificate for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems which is really the small drone type pictured below.