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I rent SkyCatchers from Lanier at PDK and GVL. Great outfit, great people.
Thanks Tim, What is your opinion of the Skycatcher?
I love it. I also fly a Remos GX and it sucks compared to the SkyCatcher.
I trained there and rented their 162 for nearly 5 years before I bought my own plane. Great outfit! Feel free to give me a call with any questions. PM sent.
By the way, LFC is down to one Skycatcher now as a result of the storms on Tuesday night. PS - I did my first solo and my checkride in this plane.
That's too bad.
Yep, I was supposed to go up this Saturday and got a call from them that it was totalled in the storm.
Flocker wrote:By the way, LFC is down to one Skycatcher now as a result of the storms on Tuesday night. PS - I did my first solo and my checkride in this plane.
FYI, Lanier bought back the carcass and is using it for spare parts on the remaining SkyCatcher. They're also looking to buy another one.
Ecoloqua wrote:Just curious has anyone had any training experiences positive or negative with Lanier Flight Center in Atlanta?
Late to the conversation but I'm training at KGVL with Rick. I have nothing but good things to say about Rick or Lanier. Planes are in great shape and the staff bends over backward to make everything perfect.
I agree. I fly the SkyCatcher out there.
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