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    Default Training - Carbon Cub

    I am a SEL, SES, MEL, INSTRUMENT, LTA pilot looking to get current, and get tailwheel training, ideally in a Carbon Cub in May/June. Does anyone know of any FBO/CFI who might be able to help me out? I am East Coast based. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Training - Carbon Cub

    There is a list of locations at the link below:

    http://www.cubcrafters.com/resources/learntofly
    Brad Damm - Vice President of Sales and Marketing
    CubCrafters - Yakima, Washington
    Office: (509) 248-9491
    Cell: (509) 961-2313

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    Default Re: Training - Carbon Cub

    Twin Oaks Airpark is the only place I'm aware of where you can get training in a Carbon Cub. www.twinoaksairpark.com
    Randy Lervold

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    Quote Originally Posted by randylervold View Post
    Twin Oaks Airpark is the only place I'm aware of where you can get training in a Carbon Cub. www.twinoaksairpark.com
    Thanks very much for your responses, Randy and Brad. I also found out that Fleming Aviation in Maryland offers training in a Carbon Cub. That would likely be the closest to me.

    Ned Grace
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    Quote Originally Posted by nedgrace View Post
    Thanks very much for your responses, Randy and Brad. I also found out that Fleming Aviation in Maryland offers training in a Carbon Cub. That would likely be the closest to me.
    (long time lurker here....) I can attest to the outstanding operation at Fleming. Your instructor would likely be Dana (ask for him), who is quite possibly the best instructor I've flown with. Being in the Washington DC SFRA, there's a slight additional Pain in the Backside factor, but it's worth it. I only have an hour in the CarbonCub there, but other than my PPL checkride, it's my favorite logbook entry. Lots of lodging and eats in the area if you decide to knock out your transition there.

    Bruce

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    Thanks for the feedback Bruce, and my apologies to Fleming for not recalling that they offer Carbon Cub dual.
    Randy Lervold

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