I thought it would be fun to list all the aircraft and simulators I've flown. Here is the complete list. The Aeronca Chief was by far the most fun, followed by the Great Lakes. There are memories and stories attached to each, but that can be for a later post.
Saturday, September 12, 2009
7AC (Champ), 11AC (Chief).
BE-77, (Skipper), C-23 (Sundowner), C-26 (Sierra), A-36 (turbo straight-tail Bonanza) ,
V-35A-TC (turbo-V tail), BeD76 (Duchess), B-55 (Baron).
8KCAB (Decathalon), 7ECA (Citabria), B17-30A (Super Viking).
C-150, C-152, C-172, C-172R, C-172S, C-172RG, C-182, C-182S, C-182RG, C-206, C-177, C-T210, C-320.
DA20, DV20 (Katana).
Great Lakes (1)
AA-1A, AA-1B, AA-1C (Tr2Õs), AA-5A (Traveler), AA-5B (Tiger).
PA-22-125 (Pacer), PA-28-141 (Cherokee), PA-28-151 & 161 (Warrior), PA-28R-180 (Arrow),
PA-28-181 (Archer), PA-28-181-R, PA-28R-200 (Arrow III), PA-28RT-201 (T-tail Arrow IV),
PA-24-250 (Commanche), PA-32-300 (Cherokee-6), PA-38-301T (Turbo Saratoga),
PA-30-B (Twin Commanche), PA-44-180 (Seminole), PA-31-350 (Navajo).
SGS-2-33, SGS-1-26, SGS-2-8 (TG2).
ATC-510, ATC-610, ATC-710, ATC-810, Pacer Mk II, F-14-D (NASMiramar full motion and dome),
PCprograms, Macintosh programs, Frasca 141, AST-300, E-2 (NASMiramar full motion), F-14 (visual only).
108-1, 108-3 (Voyager).
Onwards & Upwards