From Those Who Know

FIFTEEN YEARS OF TWIN COMMANDER FLYING BREEDS RESPECT Go ahead, admit it: You don't just like your airplane, as in “I like the car I drive.” No, it goes much Read More
By way of introduction, I have been a pilot for 28 years (multiengine ATP, Commercial privileges ASEL) and my wife Jann holds a Private Pilot certificate. I had a Cessna Read More
Many Twin Commander owners volunteer their airplane, time, and piloting skills for humanitarian purposes such as Angel Flight medical transport for deserving patients. Jerry Severson of Bozeman, Montana, has flown Read More
Hank Boni likes having two motors on his airplane. Not just any two, however. After suffering three engine failures in piston singles and twins, his clear preference is for turboprop Read More
NONE CAN DO WHAT IT DOES When Richard Hansen bought a 690C Model 840 Twin Commander for his company, Furnas Electric, in 1988 he had no idea that, 21 years Read More
WEST VIRGINIA COMMANDER AC ExpressIt's not easy to make a profitable go of it in aircraft charter, especially in these recessionary times. Along with competitive pricing, efficient management, and strict Read More
Stan Perkins pays what may be the highest possible compliment to his father, Bob. “We’re best friends,” Stan says. One of their common interests is flying—both are pilots, and both Read More
ONE MORE REASON TO LIKE A COMMANDER: IT’S DOG-FRIENDLY Bill Johnson bought his 690C model 840 for reasons that any Twin Commander owner will recognize. The first is performance, and Read More
CROSS THE ATLANTIC FOR SERVICE? NO BIG DEAL willmFor most of us, flying the Atlantic in our own airplane is a dream trip, a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. For Will M.. (he Read More
WHEN IT’S HOT AND VERY HIGH, TAKE THE TWIN COMMANDER Some say that flying is all about the takeoffs and landings. What happens in between those events is the easy Read More