Tailwheel Training

Cub Flying: It’s All About The Fun!

2007 CubCrafters Sport Cub

$185/hour wet (including instruction; no solo rental)

Mastering takeoffs and landings in a tailwheel airplane requires a unique combination of skill and art. Because of the challenges associated with flying tailwheel airplanes, the FAA requires a special endorsement from an appropriately rated flight instructor (FAR 61.31) in order to act as pilot in command of a tailwheel airplane.

If you are considering purchasing a new or used tailwheel airplane, contact Dana Holladay today. Dana has more than 1,000 hours of tailwheel experience and has provided many first-time tailwheel owners with safe and fun transition training.



Our Office

855-14 St. John’s Bluff Road
Suite 3G
Jacksonville, Florida 32225
Directions: From Atlantic Blvd, turn north onto Saint Johns Bluff Road. You will see the airport at the intersection. Turn right into the airport at Craig Drive. Turn left at Charles Lindbergh Drive and continue to the end where you'll see the Craig Air Center straight ahead. Our office is on the left.
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