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 1,500 hours of tailwheel experience and has provided many first-time tailwheel owners with safe and fun transition training.