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    March 30th, 2015

    2702How does your instructor amuse himself on a Nav….

    I know he sits in the rear seat and takes selfies in your helmet.

    Navigation at Yarrawonga Flight Training

    March 30th, 2015

    2718Tulsi flies the Ice Madden on a Nav…

    Tulsi flew a navigation flight to Benalla then Wangaratta, before returning to YFT. Tulsi loved the condition today and the traffic was not to heavy. This menat the work load was good and he got to have a good look around.

    Solo Pilot

    March 30th, 2015

    2720Michael goes solo…

    The planets must have alined for Michael this morning and off he went SOLO. Each day that Michael was ready to go solo the weather had a different idea. Today was the day, and off he went with the best weather that Yarrawonga could provide for a student going solo. Well Done Michael…

    Thug Kitchen Cookbook

    March 29th, 2015

    New wing for XT-912

    March 28th, 2015

    2694New wing for the XT-912…

    This morning was cold and we heard an engine fire up. We all looked out from the briefing room to see Ken taxi by in his XT-912, but something was different? The wing was missing. Never mind Ken was flapping his arms and as we know if you have a powerful engine a brick will fly.

    RV-6A and RV 10

    March 28th, 2015

    2697Two very nice RV’s arrived at YFT today…

    Two very nice RV’s parked in the YFT parking area today. The RV-10 stopped off for a drink and lunch, and the RV-6A belonging to Jeff called in to get some parts for his new aircraft. The RV-6A is now for sale. If you are interested in this great looking aircraft contact Jeff on 0417 335 799.

    Beautiful lakes and Shore by Ultralight Trike – Olympic Peninsula

    March 28th, 2015

    Cross country flight from Sequim Valley Airport to Sekiu Airport. I flew over Crescent Lake and beautiful shore of the peninsula en route. It was about 70 miles, 1hour 10 minutes flight.

    Warbird has a lucky strike

    March 27th, 2015

    pic15665The photo says it all….

    I think I will park off the taxiway nest time…

    Flying the Tanarg S

    March 27th, 2015

    FullSizeRenderMichael flies his Tanarg S…

    Michael from Glen Innes is the proud owner of a Tanarg with a Bionix 13 wing. Michael has flown in most weather conditions including 25kt and 35kt winds. Today he was learning to fly above cloud and maintain VMC.

    Flying the Tanarg ES

    March 27th, 2015

    Lou Toucan number three…

    P1050065Roy’s wife Lou arrived with Roy and the first thing she said was “I fly real aircraft”. We didn’t quit know what Lou meant. As you know all flying machines are real aircraft. Lou had some misguided idea that a Trike was not a real aircraft. It came the time for Lou to have her first flight in a Tanarg. We were up for half an hour, and Lou was flying from the front seat. We did turns and climbing and descending and Lou’s major scary one the dreaded STALL. We arrived back on the runway with a very light touch down. Now Lou knows what a real aircraft flies like. Well done Lou. By the way Lou will be back soon to do her endorsement.


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