Tailwheel Training

All training aircraft are provided as part of Plus One Flyers. CFI rate for tailwheel training is $90 per hour.

Why learn how to fly a tailwheel, otherwise known as conventional gear airplane? Because it is FUN and it will make you a BETTER PILOT!

Mastering takeoffs and landings in tailwheel airplanes isn’t difficult. After all, remember that not that long ago, there were no nosewheel airplanes.

Now, I can’t teach you how to fly a P-51 unless you buy me one. But I can teach you how to safely operate an Great Lakes Sport Trainer, a Cessna 170, the Citabria/Decathlon family or maybe your own Taildragger.