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Hour-building in South Africa

Old 22nd May 2020, 16:35
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Hour-building in South Africa

HI all,

I will shortly be finishing my frozen ATPL at 43 Air School (when lockdown is over) and would like to build some hours afterwards. Does anyone have a recommendation for a reasonably priced place I can hour-build, with a good safety record? 43 has a great safety record but is really expensive, so ideally I'm looking for somewhere a bit cheaper as I'm planning to build around 100 hours. Can be anywhere in SA - happy to move around. Preferably not somewhere that almost exclusively operated Slings, simply because not everywhere accepts those hours. Up until now I've been flying Pipers - Cherokee, Arrow, and Seneca, but somewhere operating Cessna's would work too.

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