Mon, Oct 24, 2005 - Cessna 206 training - day 1 (1625 visits, last updated on Thu, Nov 03, 2005)
Tomek Zielinski homepage / Cessna 206 Training in California
I was planned to fly 6 hours with instructors from Sunrise Aviation (2 hours with one instructor and 4 hours with another instructor). Due to not very good weather I ended up flying 1.3 hours with the first instructor and 2 hours of ground school with the second instructor.
These 1.3 hours was only pattern work. Cessna 206 I was flying has 300HP engine, so it required a lot of right rudder during takeoff. And also due to its higher weight much more power on the approach than I was used to so far, but other than that it did not seem to be much more different to fly than C-172 that I was flying the most recently.
Logbook entries
Date Aircraft make & model Aircraft ident. Route of flight Remarks, Procedures, Maneuvers No. ldg. Total duration of flight
From Via To
10/24/05 C-206 N8771Z KSNA KSNA Takeoffs & landings, SNA pattern 5 1.3
Total: 5 1.3
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