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Old 27th Jan 2019, 11:20
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Do we really want to open up this box of pandora discussion again?

When Wingly arrived, there was a lot of fuzz and after heavy discussion it was accepted under specific circumstances by EASA. The fact of authorities being unable to enforce the specific circumstances set it to be legal was also openly discussed. The problem is EASA not doing the same as FAA, say No to any of this business. I wonder how many N-reg aircraft will be on Wingly ... I wonder how many of these pilots do declare the fees collected in their income statement too ... As long as there are holes in the cheese, worms will crawl through. Interesting enough it looks as if with increasing flight hours pilots appear to abandon Wingly, guess why?
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