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Instrument Instructor based around KHPN, KDXR, 44N (the latter would be ideal)

Getting ready to take the plunge and try to get an instrument rating in my aerobatic E33C equipped with a GTN 750 (being installed late October) a W430 and S-tec 60.

Are there any instructors out there based near 44n (ideally), KDXR or KHPN who might be interested in training me? I have about 600 hours (250 tailwheel).

Please respond here or call my cell 917-359-2576

Thanks

Jon

Model: Bonanza E33C
Posted 10/6/2018 - 3 years ago
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Anyone? Mayday!.. I need a competent instrument instructor to help me with my instrument training. Flying my Bo out of 44n (LaGrange NY) and 11n (New Milford CT). Trying to set up a weekly weekday lesson (cash).

Any guidance is appreciated.

Posted 5/2/2019 - 3 years ago
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Wonder down to the big hangar at the south end of Candlelight.
Ask for Kim DeLucca, she & her husband pro pilots, know a bunch of the locals.

I'll pass this on to Doug Grevatt, ABS member & C35 owner for decades at Sky Acres.
Also, wonder up to Tom Cawley's shop at 44N. Tom knows everyone

Did you buy the E33C that was at Tom White's shop for a while?

Posted 5/2/2019 - 3 years ago
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Thanks Paul

I keep the plane in that hanger at Candlelight and am pretty chummy with Kim and John

Sometimes the solution is right in front of me and I don't always see it. I'll ask them for some guidance, and appreciate your getting back to me.

As to our E33c, I am not sure if it was at Tom White's shop (or where that is). It was down at a hanger at KDXR for a while then up at Nagle Aviation in Bedford when we purchased it. Best purchase I've ever made.

Come visit us at Candlelight Farms if you're down that way Paul.

Posted 5/2/2019 - 3 years ago
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Instrument Instructor based around KHPN, KDXR, 44N (the latter would be ideal)