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This may have been done before and if so, I’m sorry, but I’d like to put a “pinned” topic together listing those CFIs who are willing to do Mooney checkouts for potential new owners. Breakout the thread by geographic areas, refined by type, or some other easily logical and searchable way. I have been contacted to do training for folks from MooneyFlyer or somewhere but what is usually not known to the new owner is the insurance requirements for time in type.—one in my case needed a Bravo time instructor for instance and I have none. I got to thinking hell I don’t know anyone near them to
I am a new pilot (around 70 hours) and just started working on my instrument rating. Most of my flying has been in Cherokees and Archers with my tail wheel endorsement in a Champ. I am currently building a Vans RV7A and want to purchase a plane to fly now while working on the RV and also to use in my instrument training. I will be flying for work trips typically within 250 nm but up to 600nm on occasion. Of course I will be flying for fun any chance I get. I have set my mind on a Mooney and I am shopping for one now. This will be my first plane purchase, besides the RV. I am rea
Good Day, Florida Mooniacs! Anyone in Florida looking for transition training, recurrent or re-fam training, or even a simple BFR in type should give Mike Elliott of Tarpon Springs a call. I recently took delivery of an M20K from Daytona Aircraft Services, and selected Mike for my transition training; my selection was truly a blind selection, having found Mike from LASAR's list of Mooney instructors from halfway across the country (I'm in Utah). I'm glad Mike was closest to Daytona, as the only basis for my selection was geographic proximity. Hopefully this review will give Florida Mooney