Upgrading and changing fleets simultaneously

trafficinsight

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#49
When I was a student pilot I had soloed a few airplanes but we had a Cherokee 140 stuck at another airport. The owner of the flight school (my boss) flew me to Andrau Airpark told me to hand him my medical and signed it for solo flights in a PA-28-140 and told me to wash the 310 when I got back to Hooks before I went home. I'd never flown a Cherokee 140 before. That's how cool an airman I am.
I mean, it's a Cherokee 140... It can only just barely kill you.

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trafficinsight

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#53
After a bunch of hours in Cherokees and a Navajo I’m pretty sure that if the engine my car hiccuped I’d be reaching for a non-existent fuel selector and boost pump switch.
Never ran a tank dry but I've cleaned up the messes of those who have.

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