Cirrus Owners & Pilots Association hosted a Critical Decision Making (CDM) safety seminar at KTME Houston Executive on Saturday November 9, 2013. The free half-day seminar explored two NTSB fatal accident reports, analyzed safety statistics and facilitated Continue reading “CDM Safety Seminar”
We found favorable winds in all directions (East & West) on the same day with the Cirrus Perspective SR22TN Turbo. It began with our 8:00am leg from West Houston Airport to Knoxville Tennessee. Continue reading “Winds of Change – Cirrus SR22TN Turbo”
We selected Reid Nelson, Founder Tidal Aviation, to give us Advanced Transition Training into the Cirrus Perspective SR22TN Turbo G3. Reid is a Platinum Cirrus Flight Instructor with over 7,000 Cirrus flight hours. Continue reading “Advanced Transition Training – Cirrus Perspective SR22TN Turbo”
How is the passenger experience different in a Cirrus Aircraft? The passenger experience is one of the first feedback items I noticed as a new owner to Cirrus. When passengers board the plane they’re able to stand up while getting into their seat. Continue reading “The Cirrus Aircraft Passenger Experience”
In October 2013, our partnership purchased a 2008 Turbo Cirrus SR22TN-G3 GTSx with the Perspective by Garmin flight deck. We selected a low-time aircraft with less than 500 hours.
We enrolled in the Cirrus Advanced Transition Training Course. One of benefits of a flying partnership is more training time. We doubled our transition training by going through the process together. One pilot sat in the backseat to listen and observe while the other flew the plane with the instructor. We plan on participating in 90-day and 6-month recurrency training.
This is my first turbo aircraft. I’ll share flight experiences and operational information in future posts.