WE’RE COMING TO TEXAS! The 2015 LadiesLoveTaildraggers Fly-in/Splash-in! KSLR, SULPHUR SPRINGS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT, TX FRIDAY to SUNDAY, MAY 29 – 31, 2015 EARLY ARRIVALS THURS, MAY 28 • 5000′ Hard-surface runway. 2000′ Grass runway. Municipally owned la... Read More »
To encourage women everywhere to have fun flying taildraggers!
This blog isn’t about ratings, hours in the logbook or owning an award winning airplane. It is about flying taildraggers just for the fun of it. We introduce ladies to aviation and encourage women (and men) to join the wonderful world of conventional aircraft!Lady tailwheel pilots around the world
Anne and I had a blast flying down to Tullahoma today. Silky smooth early in the morning then we bumped our way into 3M7 for super cheap fuel. $4.89 a gallon! The guy on Unicom announced we looked like “a homesick angel flying up to heaven”. I admit it, I was showing off! Yes there are l... Read More »
If you’re a woman who would like to join you only need recorded flying time in a tailwheel aircraft. We love student pilots!Register here
Linda Lovley is based at MN67, Sky Park Airport, Lydia, Minnesota. My husband Forrest’s love for flying, his expertise, and his passion for old airplanes brought me into the taildragger world. I learned to fly in our Piper Cub PA-11. Forrest and I have two sons, Vaughn and Matt who also learne... Read More »
“No, don’t bring your fly-in here.” Unbelievably, that’s the message I heard today when I phoned Lake Murray State Park about the possibility of holding our 2015 LadiesLoveTaildraggers flyin at their state park resort and airport. Don’t get me wrong, their refusal to ev... Read More »
The Great Tiger Moth Air Race Australia October 4, 2014 In memory of pilots who failed to return home to their loved ones after WWII The first Tiger Moth Air Race was run in 1977, in order to test the airman-ship of the many pilots who took part. Since the first Tiger Moth Air Race there have been 1... Read More »
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