Professional Pilot Training (includes ground studies)A forum for those on the steep path to that coveted professional licence. Whether studying for the written exams, training for the flight tests or building experience here's where you can hang out.
There are probably others but I'm unable to remember who they are at the moment, apologies in advance!
I can't recommend any of the schools above in regards to the JAA CPP course as I have never attended the schools for the afformentioned course.
I am however doing my ATPLs with NAC and find them good (94.4% average with no fails in my exam results so far) as well as having done the FAA CPL/IR at NAC. So from a personal point of view I can't fault them as I have never experienced any problems and they have only been friendly towards me and plenty of other people I know. BUT on the other hand I do know someone who would say something slightly different (recent over booking in the flight department).
Yes, its a change of colour... mainly because I was LIED TO by the school.
I have flown with you, DesiPilot, before and I think you are an extremely good instructor. That is the reason I chose the school I did- so I could fly with you. The school told me I would be allocated you as my instructor. Which I was not.
KeyGrip- I am disappointed that I have to slate this school, but I don't like being lied to. When I was there there was great dissatisfaction with the school amongst some of my fellow students, mostly due to the actions of the management.
I'm very sorry, but when I got on that bus to take me back north, I was NOT sorry to see the back of that place.
(re: the BBQ. You will be pleased to know that I have since learnt how to start a hot engine).