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For the 2nd Quarter of 2020, we head down south to Sewanee, Tennessee and meet Catherine Cavagnaro and her 152 “Wilbur.” Wilbur spends most of his time rolling and spinning students in the Ace Aerobatic School. Catherine on the other hand, is a Professor of Mathematics, a Flight Instructor, a Journalist, an FAA Safety Team Rep, an Aviation Safety Speaker, a Designated Flight Examiner, and a long-time member of the Cessna 150-152 Club. Oh, did we mention she is the 2020 FAA National Flight Instructor of the Year? She is. You may have read her articles in AOPA’s Pilot magazine, but you can read all about Catherine, and Wilbur, in the Summer edition of The Beacon.
Wilbur is a 1978 Cessna 152. S/N A1520812
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This is the official website for the Cessna 150-152 Club, the "Best type club in general aviation."
Since 1980 the Cessna 150-152 Club has been the place to go for information about the Cessna 150 and 152. In these pages you will find the latest news, social information about our club, and technical information about each model of the Cessna 150 and 152. From photos, to STCs, to light bulbs, it's all here.
We also have a very active forum where you can post your adventures, or have your maintenance questions answered by people who own and maintain these wonderful aircraft.
We have fun with our little airplanes too. Information about Fly Outs, group get togethers, and the annual Cessna 150-152 Fly-In can be found right here.
Some of the stuff is free, but only members get the technical stuff, and it's well worth the price of admission. To join the club, click on the Join Us button below.