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Old 23rd Mar 2017, 10:46
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Flight School near to NJ

Hello,

I'm from Brazil and I want to go to the USA next year to start my pilot courses, but I don't have any experience with aviation in the USA, could you please share some thoughts about specifics flight schools there? Wich one do you recommend?

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Why specifically NJ? It's cold, crowded, and very expensive.
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I'll go to my aunt's house in Woodbridge, I will not have to pay for the stay, so that's basically why I choose NJ (please don't get me wrong). But I'm open to suggestions
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There is an ATP school in Trenton (TTN). I don't know any details other than it is a FAR 141 school with a national reputation. Cost would be higher than local FBO's but I would expect (hope !!) that the training would be more consistent and professional. Best to look elsewhere for information on that school but it would be close to Woodbridge.
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Well, the good thing about Woodbridge is that it's pretty centrally located. You'll be within a fairly easy drive to a number of GA airports, Linden being the closest. Morristown is also not too far, as is Caldwell.

I never did any flight training in NJ (but did live there), so can't tell you anything definitive about the schools.
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