The Trinidad is the top of the line of a small family of single-engine aircraft developed and built by Socata in Tarbes, France. Socata is the general aviation division of the government-owned aerospace conglomerate, Aerospatiale. The TB-20 Trinidad is a complex, high-performance airplane which looks trim and sleek with a sports-car like interior. It has gull-wing doors and lots of class.
|Pilot Requirement:||Private Pilot with Complex and High Performance endorsements or better, 350 Total hours, 50 retractable, plus either 25 hours make and model, or 5 - 10 hours dual to proficiency with a Sundance approved instructor.|
|Currency:||3 Hours flight in last 90 days. 3 takeoffs and landings in TB-20 in last 90 days.|
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Modified 1 October 2009