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Nicole I. in Longmont, CO flying with Gail Schipper Fly it Forward! is a grass roots, personal effort by Karlene Petitt to introduce more women to flying. She's an airline pilot currently with Delta holding 6 type ratings and lives in Seattle. Karlene says, "In...

Connie McConnell is based at Leeward Air Ranch (FD04), Ocala, Florida and flies a Cessna 140. I have been flying taildraggers for 34 years. My dad got his license the year I was born and instilled a love of flying in me, taking me with him...

Carolyn Pasqualino is based at Poplar Grove Airport (C77), Poplar Grove, Illinois. I started flying in 1974 and ended up marrying Mark, my flight instructor.  We have owned our 1946 Cessna 120 since 1990 and it shares the hangar in our back yard with a Beech...

Donna  Svoboda is based at Cottage Grove State Airport (61S), Cottage Grove, Oregon and flies a Citabria. Hi all, I've been flying a taildragger for 16 years now and still get giddy everytime I fly. I had the wonderful opportunity to fly a 185 on pipeline patrol--actually...

Haylee Furlong flies out of Warrenton Air Park, 7VGO, Warrenton, Virginia as well as KHWY & KHEF. I'm a CFI out of an airport inside the Washington DC SFRA. I'm a CFI, but working on my tailwheel endorsement. Even after I get the endorsement I plan...

OK, so this isn't exactly big news, but a great birthday that involves taildraggers just has to get some face time!  I'm actually amazed any kind of flying happened at all since I've been on jury duty all week, meaning I was calling in every...

Karyn Wiemers is based at Cavern City Airport (KCNM) Carlsbad, New Mexico and flies a Cessna 180 Skywagon. I am a chemical engineer and have been flying a tailwheel for about 8 years.  Originally based in Washington my early tailwheel adventures took me to the Idaho...

Lorraine Morris is based at Poplar Grove Airport (C77), Poplar Grove, Illinois. I started flying in 1980 and started flying taildraggers in 1987 when I met my husband.  He had a 1950 Cessna 140A that he had learned to fly in, so he taught me to fly...