Davidv

Bravo Instruction South Florida

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I'm sorry to create a new topic for this, but does anyone have any good recommendations for a Bravo specific instructor in South Florida (east or west coast).  I'm based on the east coast but will happily fly elsewhere.  I just bought a 1992 Bravo and have been getting some general instruction from a few knowledgable people but would like to spend time with someone who knows the airplane and engine very well.  Thanks in advance for the recommendations!

David

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Great question...

Followed by a fantastic answer!

I’m pretty good a recapping the obvious things...

Best regards,

-a-

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Thanks to both of you!

i actually was in KCLW today and saw Mike’s card in the FBO as well so I’ll give him a call tomorrow.

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Flying the Bravo below 11,000 feet isn't much different than any other Mooney. However, if you plan to use its altitude capabilities, you'll need to spend plenty of time with the performance charts, and have a good engine monitor. Those two items are the key to getting the most out of the Bravo.

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