Old 3rd Feb 2019, 10:40
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Join Date: Feb 2019
Location: Bremen
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Thatís right, get-there-itis is a major issue here. The FAA have a few questions regarding that in their ATP syllabus. However DI was flying on an FAA 61.75 licence issued on the basis of a U.K. PPL so is unlikely to have had any FAA flight training.

Originally Posted by Mike Flynn View Post

All of these accidents have one thing in common.

The pilot was determined to get to the destination.

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