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Old 12th Dec 2011, 06:45
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in-cog-nito
 
Join Date: May 2011
Location: in the country
Posts: 61
Hi there,

As far as hours go for the training, about 7 to 10 if it is done properly. No sticky label but it is a logbook endorsement like your first solo stamp. The prerequisite is a GFPT.

Have a read of CAAP 155 before and during your training. It covers the human factors and air law stuff you need to know.

The Decaf is a good rocket to do your training in and you get a Tailwheel endo as well.

It is a pity that Matt is too far away from you. Very experienced and a nice bloke too. Highly recommended!

Hope you go ahead with the aeros. It really enhances your handling skills, confidence and gives you a much better appreciation of principles of flight. And its the best fun you will have your pants on!
Cheers,
In-cog
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