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Old 15th Jul 2014, 23:48
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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Up north
Age: 31
Posts: 42
It's actually not as bad as it sounds, I've got 65k euros left to pay back and a 15k car I'm about to sell, and if I don't find a flying job (lower salary), I'll be done with it in three years.

Honestly, I wasn't expecting to find anything too soon, but determined that I will sometimes get a job, as I'm not too much into jets, I just want to fly, and I don't care too much about staying in my home country. I know now when I'm older and slightly wiser, that an untagged integrated course wasn't the right way to go for me, or anybody else for that matter. As a 20 year old, I was just too worried to do my training in a school i didn't know, as my cousin lost a lot of money years ago, when "his" FTO went bankrupt.
I had as my plan B though, which is what I'm doing right now, not a nice job, but I'm paying back more than double than i was expecting to do.

The requirements of 200 hours can be reduced to 150h on an approved course, which means that I finished with 150h TT, 100 PIC and 64h FNPT2.
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