--Rod Machado, Flight Instructor, Author, Speaker
"Whether you're a high time Cessna 210 pilot or arejust thinking about buying a 210, you'll want to get a copy of ChuckMcGill's Flying the Cessna 210. ...For complex airplanes like the 210, I always recommendedthat pilots seek out a flight instructor who specializes in theiraircraft type. For the 210, Chuck is that instructor. If you can't flywith him, buy Flying the Cessna 210. "
--Max Trescott, Author, 2008 National Flight Instructor of the Year
"If you think you know what there is to know aboutflying a Cessna 210, Chuck McGill's excellent book...will both surprise anddelight you."
"When I started thinking of buying a P210 I looked around for some help and was eventually referred to Chuck McGill. From then on things got easy! ...I think of Chuck as "Mr. 210" and have really appreciated his help over the years."
"You will be asking yourself: How did I fly before without knowing all these things and having these new skills?"
--Santiago Aguerre, San Diego, CA
"Flying with Chuck McGill in my Cessna P210 proved very valuable. ...I came away knowing more about my airplane and the avionics than I had imagined."
--Allen Anderson, San Angelo, TX
"You were the best instructor I had in my 40 years of flying."
About the Author
He started teaching flying in 1981 and has accumulated over 12,500 hoursof flight time, with over 8,500 hours of instruction given. In 2009 hewas named as the FAA CFI of the Year for the Western Pacific Region.
He has been actively involved in aviation safety since 1984, voluntarilyserving as a FAA-designated Accident Prevention Counselor, AviationSafety Counselor, and as a FAASTeam Representative.
He teachesmodel-specific initial and recurrent training programs and providesmodel-specific aircraft insurance checkouts, instrument courses,commercial ratings, and mountain flying instruction.
He has flownhis own aircraft throughout the lower forty-eight United States and inCanada, Alaska, Mexico, and Europe. In 1987 he reenacted Lindbergh'scrossing of the Atlantic in his Cessna T210.
For more information access his website: SafeFlightIntl.com