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I was curious to what pilot ratings the other CTLS owners here hold.

 

I have my private and instrument rating, and just purchased my first plane (CTLS).

 

& I absolutely LOVE this plane. it's MUCH better than I could have expected coming from the 1970s - 1980s Cessna 172 I trained in.

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ASEL since 1965, Instrument, happily flying on my driver's license since 2011. Bought my first plane in 1988 and sold my last one in 2008. Tried gliders for awhile and then saw my first CTLS in 2010 and was hooked.

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I have numerous ratings from an ATP on down. What I have learned with all these ratings is - don't try to spin a CTLS. If the book says no then don't do it.

 

The more ratings one gets, the less likely you are to do less than intelligent things. (just my thoughts)

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Commercial Pilot Airplane Single & Multiengine Land; Instrument Airplane; Sport Endorsement Airplane Single Engine Sea; Flight Instructor Airplane Single And Multiengine; Ground Instructor Advanced Instrument

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I have numerous ratings from an ATP on down. What I have learned with all these ratings is - don't try to spin a CTLS. If the book says no then don't do it.

 

The more ratings one gets, the less likely you are to do less than intelligent things. (just my thoughts)

 

I know this is a barb at the other thread, but I don't think anyone is advocating spinning the CT.

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