7GCAA in Southern Indiana

Joined
Mar 21, 2019
Messages
9
#1
Hello everyone,
I joined the forum a while back and have been a voyeur so far! What a great resource for all of us. Our GCAA was purchased for fun for the parents (my wife is a pilot, too) and to train our kids. I used to instruct in Citabrias, but had not flown a taildragger in over 15 years! Luckily the rust wasn’t too thick and is mostly gone. :cool:
 

Bartman

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Joined
Mar 27, 2018
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Location
New Jersey, USA
#2
Welcome to the only free online community expressly devoted to the Champ, Citabria, and Decathlon family of airplanes!

Enjoy the GCAA and when the Lambo has to go because of disuse related to your new family flying activities, please list it in our classifieds area so we'll have first dibs! lol

Glad you found us. (y)
 
Joined
Mar 21, 2019
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#3
Thanks, we are having a blast with the GCAA - the kids are always begging to go fly/train. I'll be sure to use the classifieds for the cars - lol!
(y):p(y)
 

donv

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Joined
Jul 15, 2018
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Location
Portland, OR
#4
Welcome! I bought a GCAA for the same reason. While I didn't train my kids in it, they did a lot of flying in it and got the flying bug, so it achieved it's purpose. I found it was better to have someone else teach my kids, and in the end I couldn't find anyone who would teach them in the GCAA, so my daughter got her private in a 152. We are working on her tailwheel endorsement, though.
 

JimParker256

1965 Champion 7ECA (O-200)
Joined
Apr 3, 2018
Messages
131
Location
McKinney, TX
#5
Thanks, we are having a blast with the GCAA - the kids are always begging to go fly/train. I'll be sure to use the classifieds for the cars - lol!
(y):p(y)
Hey, I bet that Bartman would be more than willing to give your a coveted "lifetime subscription" to the forums in exchange for the Lambo... ;-)