Jamie Tugayeva

Jamie comes from a long line of military and civilian pilots! His brother, father, and grandfather are all pilots. Jamie's partner also works in aviation as a mechanical engineer. This means in his day-to-day, he lives and breathes all things aviation. Over the years, Jamie has gained an incredible amount of knowledge and hopes to start his PPL as soon as his degree is finished. In the meantime, Jamie passes all of his knowledge about flying, planes, and flight simulators on to the readers at Aviator Insider.

Cessna 175 Guide and Specs : Is The Skylark Easy To Fly?

The Cessna 175 entered the scene after successfully introducing the Cessna 172 and Cessna 182 tricycle gear series. Cessna found themselves in an awkward position: the versatile Skyhawk was a little too slow for some owners, but the Skylane was too expensive of an upgrade despite having adequate performance. To solve the issue, Cessna married

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Cessna Citation Mustang Guide and Specs : Is It Worth Its Price?

The Cessna Citation Mustang is a single-pilot very light jet produced between 2006 and 2017, with a run of 479 aircraft. Cessna, in particular, is not as enthusiastic about the ‘very light jet’ moniker out of principle – while offerings from Embraer, Cirrus, and Honda are clean sheet designs built specifically to attack this market,

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Cessna 180 Guide and Specs : Is It The Perfect Aircraft For You?

In 1953, Cessna ads leaned heavily on the 50th anniversary of the Wright brothers’ first flight to proudly introduce their new offering to the market: the Cessna 180. Sleek, robust, and with roots that clearly traced back to the company’s commercially successful Cessna 170. It would not be wrong to characterize the original 180 as

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Learjet 35 Guide and Specs : Is This Business Jet Worth It?

After revolutionizing the private jet market with the Learjet 23, Robert Lear’s creation went on to have multiple variants throughout the company’s many ownership changes. The most popular and easily recognizable one will forever be the Learjet 35. A sleek and nimble business jet with a small profile, fighter wings, and wingtip tanks, it became

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