From Crosswind to Propellerhead, No Limits for Flight Training in Sanford

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December 29, 2018

 

A New Year Brings New Beginnings for Crosswind Flight Training

From Crosswind to Propellerhead, No Limits for Flight Training in Sanford

Propellerhead Flight Training is the New Crosswind Flight Training

Crosswind Flight Training is now Propellerhead Flight Training

 

SANFORD, FL- A new year calls for new beginnings at Propellerhead Aviation. In the fall of 2018, Propellerhead acquired Crosswind Flight Training at the Orlando Sanford International airport.  Starting January 1st 2019, Crosswind Flight Training will now be known as Propellerhead Flight Training.

Currently Crosswind Flight Training operates out of Constant Aviation on the North side of the airport.  Our Flight Training operations will remain inside of Constant Aviation, located at 100 Constant Court, Sanford, Florida 32773.

Our aircraft training fleet consists of 2 Cessna 172 Skyhawks and our low cost time-builder Cessna 150.  For years, Propellerhead’s flight training programs offered specialized accelerated flight training to students who aimed to finish their rating(s) in as little as two weeks. These same great programs will be available to new students in Sanford as we combine the legacies of both business into one, leading into a bigger and brighter future for the company.

If you’re ready to get started on your aviation journey or interested in expanding your ratings, let Propellerhead Flight Training provide the way.

Call us at (888) 777-7207 Ext 4

Email us at info@propellerheadaviation.com

Beechcraft Bonanza V35TC Rebuild or Part Out?

Propellerhead Aviation, in conjunction with Fast Aviation and HangarSwap, will be restoring this V35TC Beechcraft Bonanza OR parting it out – all depending on the initial inspection and cost assessment.  Follow us for the technical aspects of this Beechcrafts fate.

Delivered and unloaded at Propellerhead Aviation

Upon arrival at Propellerhead the fuselage was carefully hoisted off the trailer and placed on the floor.  Unfortunately, we DO NOT have the genuine Beech fuselage jack which would make things a lot easier so we’ll adapt and fabricate a similar structure to support and manipulate the fuselage until the wings are installed.

The next order of business is to gather all information on the airframe, engine and propeller.

Here are the airframe specifics:

N4881J 1966 V35TC SN: D-8359

It appears to be somewhat of a rare model of the V35 being a first year factory turbocharged unit with Beech building only 79 airframes during the 1966-1967 timeframe.

Does anyone have the data to determine which of these year airframes are still flying?

Watch this video and help us determine whether or not this airplane should be restored or sold for parts.

Questions? Email bill@propellerheadaviation or fastaviationfl@gmail.com

www.fastaviationflorida.com

www.hangarswap.com