raining for aerobatics or your tail wheel endorsement can be one of the most rewarding things you can ever do for yourself as a pilot. If you have noticed, all the fun aircraft to fly have tail wheels. A large majority of the current kit built aircraft, along with the new Sport Pilot aircraft that are in the market place, have tail wheels. One of the most popular kit built aircraft series is Vans RV aircraft. Most builders opt for the tail wheel, because those pilots are in the know when it comes to how fun and enlightening conventional gear aircraft can be. The dream of owning that EDGE 540, like that pilots are flying in the Red Bull Air Races, the Sukhoi SU-26, SU-29, Yak 55, Extra 200 or Extra 300, Pitts S2A, S2B or S2C, Pitts Model 12, Giles 202, Christian Eagle II, Laser, or any other outstanding "SUPER" performance aircraft, will never materialize if you don't take the steps necessary to acquire that aerobatic and tail wheel training. You will also find that tail wheel aircraft are more specialized and require higher levels of precision while landing. Now what Pilot doesn't want to be known by fellow pilots as the best at what they do? Four Winds Aviation has the experience to train you to be the best tail wheel pilot you can be.
Most schools don't teach tail wheel because the number of qualified tail wheel instructors has declined (even through the number of sport aviation tail wheels booms!). Additionally, tail wheel aircraft have garnered an undeserved reputation over the years as difficult to fly, so many schools shy away from them. At Four Winds Aviation, aerobatics and tail wheels are our specialty!
So whether you are out to learn gentleman's aerobatics, want to compete in IAC sanctioned competitions or you just want to get that tail wheel endorsement you have been thinking about for so long, we are here to help you reach your aviation goals. We have helped hundreds of pilots meet their personal challenges head on, and also help pilots meet those insurance requirements for that new toy.