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Old 4th Jan 2018, 16:03
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Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: UK
Age: 41
Posts: 109
Originally Posted by custardpsc View Post
That will probaby account for 60 hrs at $49.
Who would pay $3000 for PPL ground instruction?! Most schools have group ground classes, or home study for a few hundred.

Yes there are expenses, buy generally speaking for someone who wants a PPL and 100 hours PIC, an FAA PPL is cheaper to get, faster to get, easier to get, includes a night rating, is easier to keep valid and can be used in the UK. I wish someone had told me that...

...I did an EASA PPL
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