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Old 3rd Apr 2014, 20:03
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CAA / AOPA / EASA Aerobatics Rating

Hi group,

I need an aerobatics Rating in my CAA EASA airplane license.
CAA says will issue one for an UK AOPA aerobatics rating.
I already have an aerobatics rating for gliders for some years.
Does somebody have some recommendations how to get that rating?
May be at some school in the London area so I can fly to London and get there by some public transport.
I've looked for aerobatics related UK forums but haven't found one.
I have found BAeA Home page but no forum only phone numbers.

Any tips welcome

Regards Final
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Old 4th Apr 2014, 00:02
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If you can present suitable previous aerobatic experience (logbook) and demonstrate that experience to an aerobatic instructor to a suitable standard, you can get the rating that way.
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Old 4th Apr 2014, 01:38
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I went for my rating at On-Track Aviation in Wellesbourne Mountford. A lot of knowledge shared by former RAF instructors, all in a friendly and very professional manner. I really recommend them and the school.
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Old 5th Apr 2014, 09:47
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A very good place to do an AOPA course is with Freestyle Aviation Aerobatic Displays, Aerobatic Flights, Alan Cassidy, Aresti, Better Aerobatics at White Waltham - not far from LHR so convenient too. The legendary Alan Cassidy is the contact and he has an excellent brace of instructors to assist.
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Old 6th Apr 2014, 19:39
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I can't train people directly for the EASA rating because we are not yet an ATO. However, I can train for the AOPA certificate, and do the assessment required for some of the other grandfather rights conversions. I'm based at Redhill and the training would be in a Slingsby T67 m.

PM me if you want any further information.
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