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Old 14th Jun 2019, 17:05
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Cooperation with USA and EASA ATO

Dear all, my name's Federico and I'm the Chief Pilot of an Italian ATO approved by EASA; we're looking for a good flight school or flying club to send our students (with EASA PPL, good English) to perform the 100 hours of time building to continue here in Europe. We know all the FAA rules and we're ready to invest, in case, for 2/3 aircrafts. We can guarantee around 1500 hours/year. We prefer C152 Aircraft. Thanks. We normally send 2/3 students for a period of 2 months continuously...
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Old 16th Jun 2019, 23:18
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Originally Posted by Flyfede80 View Post
We prefer C152 Aircraft.
You must not like your students too much.
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I recommend American Flyers Flight School
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Dear Flyboy...why? Since 2004 our students flew with C152 for the PPL and TB in USA too...they're very happy, and the costs are quite low to reach the goal of 100 hours as PIC.
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Dear Flyboy...why? Since 2004 our students flew with C152 for the PPL and TB in USA too...they're very happy, and the costs are quite low to reach the goal of 100 hours as PIC.
Non e possibile essere felice in una C152. Costs are low for a reason. Besides, good luck finding a 152 that's not beat within a millimeter of its life.
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