Central London based, looking to share costs / ride along.... Relatively low hours FAA ppl, most of my airtime has been in San Francisco area, (most recently Hawaii) and have flown from White Waltham a couple of times.
Hi, I'm slowly learning but costs are getting in the way of lessons at the moment. I would however love the opportunity to get in the air if anyone has a spare seat from either Liverpool or Broughton. I'm happy to contribute towards costs / buy lunch.
36 yr old civil servant who started PPL at RAF Wyton some 14 years ago (but had to stop after only a couple of hours to move with work to a new area). Considering whether to begin PPL again. Love everything to do with flying/aviation. If anyone has a spare seat I am willing to cost share.
PM or text me on 07946 815938
Last edited by tornadohotas; 20th Feb 2013 at 21:13.
I'm 15, currently learning to fly at Bournemouth airport, in a Robin HR200 and have around 4 hours. I'm always looking for spare seats to go along for a ride.... I find this a fantastic way to learn, watching other do it. Also the more experience I get I hope I can reduce dual hours I have to complete Before my PPL (hope to get it done in the minimum 45 hours) and by doing that, reduce the cost, as I am funding the PPL myself.
I have a Saturday job at the flying school I'm with and this help pay a small amount towards each lesson.
If anyone has a spare seat going from Bournemouth/Old Sarum/Compton, I'd love to come along.
I'm sensible, and keen to learn. Just give me a buzz in private message!
Hi all. Ex ppl student looking to get back into it, anyone flying out of Barton looking for company / fuel costs. Etc let me know. Even better if any one has 4 seater, I would love to be able to get a friend and his 13 yr old up to show what they are missing out on. Thanks all
I'm looking for an introduction to flying before I find the money for my first trial and subsequent PPL lessons, either from RavenAir or Liverpool flight school. Does anyone have a spare seat available for me to get my first experience of two or four seat flying?
I own a Piper Archer III based in Singapore and fly around in South-East Asia (mostly Malaysia). Most of the time, I fly alone, so if anybody wants to join me, there is usually one or two seats available. (As a matter of principle, I never take any money for the flight itself.)