No problem answering on the forum. I will have enough hours to start my CPL in May, but like most not enough to get the license issued, therefore I thought I could start the CPL, along with a friend of mine who is also going over, and then by way of practice what was learned that day in CPL training, to go off and fly a few hours xtra each day, combining hour building and practicing good flying skills ( inc. planning, diversions etc?) I also felt, possibly wrongly that it was better to concentrate on the CPL flight test in a single and leave the twin flying as a separate test at a later date, thereby making theCPL test slightly less ...stressful, not having to deal with asymetrics, xtra speed ect in an ac I would be a lot less familiar with?
Ps I know you quickly make up the hours with the CPL training followed by ME/IR etc. but these are all dual hours, what I am short of is P1 time ( hence the hour building )
Last edited by powdermonkey; 20th Feb 2006 at 16:09.