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shrek
16-07-2007, 23:29
..here we are!
I would like to know if on this site there's anyone who like flying..
Actually in Italy I'm a gliders pilot, however here in Moscow I'd like to find any aeroclub where it's possible to have an aerobatic flight with an instructor.
Russia have many great aerobatic pilots, I guess somewhere they should have a base where to practice! I'm not interested in military planes, just too expensive, but Yak or Su will be fine, even a Cap10 would be funny..

I've already tested what's the meaning of +7G and.. well, sometimes I'd like to replicate that experience!
If you never tried and you're not scared about, you should try seeing the world upside down!

:D

katiar
16-07-2007, 23:39
i know nothing about the aerobatics but i know for sure that the real men only can do that :respect:

shrek
16-07-2007, 23:45
you exagerate!!
It's not so terrible..

:smokin:

:clown:

katiar
16-07-2007, 23:58
too late... am in love with you now

Eugene
19-07-2007, 16:45
"2nd Moscow Airclub" 996-56-75 nearly 6000r per flight hour.

shrek
19-07-2007, 22:46
"2nd Moscow Airclub" 996-56-75 nearly 6000r per flight hour.

Thanks Eugene,
the price could be good but it depends on which airplane you get!
Do you know anything more about it?

I would ask some Russian colleague to call them and find it, but if possible, I'd like to keep them out about things like how much i spent in these fool things...

Ciao,
Riccardo

Eugene
20-07-2007, 01:41
I think its its the same for all types if you want an "introductory flight". They have Yaks 18T and 52, so high Gs are ok. Actually I was planning to go to Morawa airclub to fly Cessna 172 go arounds, about 600-700 r per standard pattern. I dont have any license but my friends were able to do the full pattern after 3 or 4 times with just enough theory. Planning to go there this Sunday probably.
Cheers.

shrek
20-07-2007, 20:27
I think its its the same for all types if you want an "introductory flight". They have Yaks 18T and 52, so high Gs are ok. Actually I was planning to go to Morawa airclub to fly Cessna 172 go arounds, about 600-700 r per standard pattern. I dont have any license but my friends were able to do the full pattern after 3 or 4 times with just enough theory. Planning to go there this Sunday probably.
Cheers.

Thanks a lot, yak 52 will be just fine! Now I have only to check how to get there and if they have a crazy istructor who speak a decent english..

:D