It's also important to remember that many people at air shows aren't pilots, and they may have a tough time appreciating a triple snap to a Lomcevak in an S2C. Last year, Koontz flew some 20 air shows, but he also instructed some 111 students in the ways of the Super, many through full tailwheel checkouts and on through his standard aero course-loops, rolls, hammerheads and spins. It's an easy machine to climb in and out of, even for bulky pilots, and there's a small baggage compartment behind the rear seat (though all baggage must be loaded through the single, right-side cabin door).\n I remember plunking into dirt and grass strips all over the Midwest and Southwest on the 1,500 nm trips to California.
American Champion Super Decathlon: Flight With Greg Koontz Bill Cox Plane and Pilot; Nov 2008; 44, 11; Docstoc pg. 27
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