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The perpetual 'Am I too old?' thread

Old 23rd Jan 2024, 08:29
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Good morning!

Nice one! Hope you enjoyed it

Take care and good luck!

Thanks for your feedback!
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Old 25th Jan 2024, 08:36
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Originally Posted by Steponas
Good morning!

Nice one! Hope you enjoyed it

Take care and good luck!

Thanks for your feedback!
You are welcome 😃.

Yeah had a great time. Also in Salento 😆.

Lithuania was the best time of my life to be honest 😃.

BAA as a School, would not say they are the best. You can find enough info about them here on Pprune.

It was good until Indre left.

Check AirHub Flight School.
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Old 1st Mar 2024, 14:42
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how is it going now?
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Old 25th Mar 2024, 18:33
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[QUOTE=Zeky;9879122]Hello,
I believe everything you said. I am 41 and I have decided to stay 'safe'. I am not doing it (but still crazy about it).
Iím still here seven years later, age almost 48. Today I am thinking why didnít I??? But itís ok!

My 20-year-old daughter is about to start her ATPLs in September. She followed my dream and decided to be a pilot! She realised it was the best career for her after all. I am enjoying her progress and we talk planes all day longÖ. Itís meant to be this way!
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Old 1st Apr 2024, 11:38
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Originally Posted by RichardH
.......... I know a number of former student of a similar age do very well in the corporate sector (biz jets).

All the best - now go and get a class one medical.
sorted with a Class 2 with the CAA for review and hopeful upgrade to Class 1 in July, keeping fingers crossed and starting hours building now. ATPL theory next once Class 1 cleared
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Old 14th Apr 2024, 11:59
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I have a had colleague who quit his job at the age of 42 in order to start pilot training... Now he has completed it and soon starts flying for a corporate jet airline! It might not ever be too late...!
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