Tiffany Goettl

To Ted (husband of Tiffany):

You are too cool dude! Your lovely wife, Tiffany, may not yet have her PPL but she is a lady learning to fly in a T’craft which certainly qualifies her to be a member of LadiesLoveTaildraggers. Congrats on your long marriage and ESPECIALLY for the decision to learn to fly in a taildragger. If marrying Tiffany is the best thing you ever did, that may be a close second! 

Student pilot Tiffany Goettl

Tiffany Goettl is based at P52, Cottonwood Airport, Cottonwood, Arizona. (information provided by husband Ted)

Taylorcraft BC12-D, C85-12 (no electric).

X-country to Flagstaff, AZ

Tiffany won’t register for this site yet as she is a student pilot and working on that goal. We have been married for 27 years, our youngest is 15. We are getting close to being empty nesters. We both decided to embark on a new adventure and decided to learn to fly.

Doing Ground School and Flight Lessons together and having a blast.

Cross Country

What better aircraft to learn in than a 1940’s taildragger!!

Ted Goettl

P.S. I am sure that Tiffany will add to this site very soon, with her thoughts.

Tiffany, keep us in the loop as you continue your training. We ALL remember those days, the excitement and adventure of learning to fly a taildragger. We wish you happy landings as you progress towards getting the magical ticket!

  • Tiffany Goettl
    Posted at 00:16h, 05 December Reply

    Carrie and Helen,

    You gals are t-craft experts and it sounds like you still love to fly them! That is awesome and based on the amount of fun I am having flying my little plane I hope to become one too! After what seemed like millions of touch and go’s with my infinitely patient instructor I finally got my landings and I am happy to report that I did my first solo today, so much fun! Thank you for your messages!

  • Posted at 12:11h, 27 November Reply

    Warning, Tiffany…. these little planes will spoil you and consume your flying life! I’ve owned mine for 15 yrs. and have close to 500 hrs. in my Taylorcraft. They are delightful to fly. And you will have to learn to be patient with the many elder aviators who will walk up to you and tell you about their first flight in a TCraft. Please keep us posted on your progress and welcome to the group!

  • Carri Hoagland
    Posted at 21:07h, 26 November Reply

    I have thirty plus years and close to 1000 hours in my Tcraft. You made a great decision in both an airplane and a husband. Way to go girl.

  • Anne Wright
    Posted at 11:28h, 22 November Reply

    Welcome, Tiffany & Ted! Don’t be shy here, Tiffany. There’s a few student pilots on this site – you’re not the only one. You’ll get lots of advice and encouragement from the more experienced ladies here. Keep us updated on your progress, please!

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