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sierrakilo99

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Is this class approved as one of the FAA's IA recurrent training classes?

Curious, as I've got a friend who needs a Cub recovered and I'd like to help him. I wouldn't mind taking the class first if it counted towards currency.

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SpencerAircraft

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Is this class approved as one of the FAA's IA recurrent training classes?

Curious, as I've got a friend who needs a Cub recovered and I'd like to help him. I wouldn't mind taking the class first if it counted towards currency.

sk
I discussed with PolyFiber and unfortunately it does not count towards recurrency. Everyone that has taken the class has enjoyed it and felt they learned something new.
 

Ed Dartford

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At Oshkosh many years ago I participated in a Poly Fiber workshop. I and several others covered a Cub rudder. That's a tiny and easy part of a Cub. The thought of doing the entire airframe is daunting. Just the same the program was very interesting, and I recommend it even if you never end up covering a plane.
 
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