Bearhawk Type Training
This section is aimed at sharing knowledge among instructors doing Bearhawk type training, and among those new to type doing a type conversion.
The Bearhawk is not a primary training aircraft and although delightful to fly, like all tailwheel aircraft the initial learning curve can be steep. Therefore it is assumed that pilots transitioning to the Bearhawk will have previous tail-wheel experience already. However those with significant and current tail-wheel type experience will likely find the Bearhawk to be quite familiar in many respects.
These notes are aimed at highlighting the differences between the Bearhawk and other aircraft types, additional to a normal type training conversion syllabus. They relate to the 4-place B model, but will likely share a degree of commonality between the Bearhawk types in general.