Guest beachbob Posted November 12, 2008 Share Posted November 12, 2008 I would appreciate some advice. I only have about 6 hours of dual in recreational aircraft. Most of it has been in the CTsw with an hour or so in the CZAW SportCruiser. When I'm in the CTsw I spend more time worrying about landing it than flying it. (Truth be told so does the instructor!) The flight school only has the two sport airplanes and the SportCruiser is about twice as popular so it is more difficult to get it. Should I just wait for it and stretch out my learning or would it be okay to also fly the CTsw when the other plane is not available? Does learning on 2 different types make you a better pilot, worse pilot or no difference at all? I could ask my instructor who is a terrific young person but I don't know how those poor folks (flight instructors) make enough money to live on as it is. If it were me, I sure would be prone to give whatever answer would put me in the air, and thus on the payroll, the most. Thank you. Bob Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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