Flying a taildragger requires very different techniques than a “tricycle”-gear like the Cessna 172. The most popular taildraggers are used for landing on rugged, unpaved runways, or even in fields.


  • Aircraft: Stinson L-5 Sentinel
  • Location: Seatac, Washington
  • Category: Takeoff/Landing
  • Objective: Practice taking off in a taildragger aircraft

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