Aircrafts http://wutc.org en Beginners, Experienced Pilots Are Both Welcome at Moccasin Flying Club http://wutc.org/post/beginners-experienced-pilots-are-both-welcome-moccasin-flying-club <p>The <a href="http://mocfly.org/">Moccasin Flying Club</a>, based out of the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, isn't a flying school--but they can help student pilots&nbsp; earn their licenses, and they provide social interaction for experienced pilots.&nbsp; They have a Cessna 172 and a Flight Design CTSW, and members may fly the planes.&nbsp; Gene Perkins, the Membership Coordinator, joins us for this segment.</p> Mon, 25 Nov 2013 16:31:29 +0000 Michael Edward Miller 30490 at http://wutc.org Triking with the Birds http://wutc.org/post/triking-birds <p>If you&#39;ve driven on I-24 West lately, around NickaJack Lake, you may have seen a strange aircraft in the sky. Is it something that looks like a flying go-kart or a pontoon boat with hang glider wings? Well, you&#39;re not dreaming.</p><p>The official name for the aircraft is a Krucker Cygnet, also known as a trike. WUTC&#39;s Garrett Crowe speaks and flies with trike pilot<a href="http://www.flythis.biz/"> Erik Graper</a> about the aircraft.</p><p>http://archive.org/download/TrikeAnA/Garrett6-6.mp3</p> Wed, 06 Jun 2012 15:33:36 +0000 Garrett Crowe 7169 at http://wutc.org Triking with the Birds