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Chandler Air Service Chandler Municipal Airport Chandler, Alabama
Springfield Flying Service Columbia Airport Columbia, Alabama
Fairbanks Flight Training Fairbanks International Airport Fairbanks, Alabama
ACRO Air Madison County Executive Airport Meridianville, Alabama
Executive Flight Center Madison County Executive Airport Meridianville, Alabama
Dragon Fly Aero Homer, Alaska
Peninsula Flight Kenai Municipal Airport Kenai, Alaska
Above Alaska Aviation Talkeetna State Airport Talkeetna, Alaska
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Barnes Aviation William J. Fox Airport Lancaster, California
CFI Academy KMYV Marysville, California
Jim and I Aviators Benton Airpark Redding, California
AeroDynamic Aviation Reid Hillview Airport San Jose, California
CP Aviation Santa Paula Airport Santa Paula, California
Sport Flying of Connecticut Danbury Municipal Airport Danbury, Connecticut
Tailwheels Etc KLAL Lakeland, Florida
Preston Aviation - Tailwheel Flight School KGIF Winter Haven, Florida
Jeff Air Pilot Services LLC KHFY Greenwood, Indiana
JO Flying Service Manhattan Regional Airport Manhattan, Kansas
Western Maine Aviation Eastern Slopes Regional Airport Fryeburg, Maine
Middle River Aviation KMTN Middle River, Maryland
Majestic Air 24c Lowell, Michigan
Aero Minnesota, LLC Aitkin Municipal Airport KAIT Breezy Point , Minnesota
Blue Ridge Sport Flight WNC Air Museum Airport Hendersonville, North Carolina
Acro Dynamics Lake Norman Airpark Mooresville, North Carolina
Salem Air Park Salem Air Park K38D Salem, Ohio
Captain Drake's Family Aerial Adventures Illinois Valley airport 3S4 Cave Junction, Oregon
Blue Side Up KDKX Knoxville, Tennessee
Huffman Aviation LLC Fort Worth Spinks KFWS Burleson, Texas
Ayers Aviation KGLE Gainesville, Texas
Texas Tail Wheel San Antonio, Texas
Wisconsin Aviation Dane County Airport Madison, Wisconsin
Tail Wheel-Tail Dragger Flight Training School Locations. Conventional landing gear describes an undercarriage arrangement consisting of two main weight-bearing wheels forward of the aircraft's centre of gravity, the remaining weight being supported by a tail wheel or skid. The term tail dragger is US aviation jargon for an aircraft with such a conventional undercarriage, although elsewhere in the world a tail dragger is an aircraft with a tail skid and the term tail wheel is used for an aircraft with a conventional landing gear and a steerable or castering wheel at the tail.
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