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Old 19th Mar 2013, 14:37
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FTO Start up

HI, i would like to create a new FTO and i wonder what books i need to start up my duties ? if someone have some example of theirs books.. thks
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start an FTO...are you insane!!?
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Obviously because the CAA themselves are quoting SIX months for them to approval your application.

How an earth any one can come up with a viable business plan for a flying school with the recently introduced regulation is simply beyond me.
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are you insane!!?
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