planes I flew

A few pictures of the different planes I flew in over the years.

I learned flying in a Tecnam P2002 with the late (and great) Yves Perdrix. The P2002 is a pleasant alu 2-seater with a low wing and a 100-hp Rotax engine. At the Pleurtuit aero-club, I also flew in a bunch of Robin’s.

Yves and my son Tangui

Yves and my son Tangui

The P2002 with a Robin in the background

The P2002 with a Robin in the background

After I moved to Canada, I started flying with Cessnas. I did one flight on the 150 and decided it was too cramped, so I moved to 172s….

a frozen C150

a frozen C150

the C172 I used to go to Gaspé

the C172 I used to go to Gaspé

I also spent some quality time with a Piper Supercub.

The Supercub in Brampton

The Supercub in Brampton

Such a nice plane

Such a nice plane

A good old fashioned panel

A good old fashioned panel

Then I jumped on the occasion to fly on a Cirrus SR20, that I shared with 5 other pilots until early 2019.

SR20 Glass cockpit

A glass cockpit

You can put 2 MTBs on the back

You can put 2 MTBs on the back

I took it to the Hudson Bay

I took it to the Hudson Bay

From the back

From the back

The Cirrus at City airport

The Cirrus at Toronto City airport

Last picture I took of that beloved plane, before it crashed the week after

Last picture I took of that beloved plane, before it crashed the week after