Old 7th Feb 2019, 13:51
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Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Glens o' Angus by way of LA
Age: 56
Posts: 1,974
I suppose the license held issue in this whole tragedy is a bit of a red herring as to the cause. The bottom line is no matter how many endorsements & ratings one has in their logbook,unless your work is in a professional environment where flight and passenger safety is trained, procedurelised and regulated, and where you eat, sleep and breathe performing flights for paying customer on a regular basis with recurring training, performance assessments and currency requirements, you’re really not a commercial pilot even if your license says so, you’re just a jumped up private pilot chancing your arm.
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