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26th Apr 2016, 16:45
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A video of my commercial training in Sweden. ...

A video of my commercial training in Sweden.

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1st Dec 2015, 12:55
Replies: 12
Views: 5,138
Posted By funkydreadlocks

sorry to open this thread up again. Looking...

sorry to open this thread up again.

Looking at ACS for FI rating. Anyone actually done the course there or know of such course? Maybe even if they got a job with them afterwards
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Views: 1,200
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Question Best EU Flight Instructor Courses

Hi there!

I'll be finishing up all the modules required for the "frozen" ATPL (yes I know, there's no such thing blahblahblah) in around March 2016 and I'm now thinking about where to do my FI...
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Posted By funkydreadlocks

CPL/SE-IR

Why are you trying to do CPLIR before the ATPL theory is done anyways? It wouls be much better to get he theory done first and then crack on with the flight training. This way you'll defo have that...
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Posted By funkydreadlocks

I hear you but here's the deal, you need an MEIR...

I hear you but here's the deal, you need an MEIR for airline jobs (if that's what you want) and lots of ME time is super beneficial.

I agree, you do not need to dish out 100,000 euros for quality...
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Views: 2,754
Posted By funkydreadlocks

CPL/SE-IR

Does it have to be SE? Diamond Flight Academy offers CPL/ME/IR for about €25,500

It's all done ina da42 as well
19th Apr 2015, 22:59
Replies: 17
Views: 4,715
Posted By funkydreadlocks

This is an interesting thread for me, someone who...

This is an interesting thread for me, someone who did his PPL in France.

You see, us cheese loving monkeys love to stick to the traffic pattern in VFR. Almost every airfields have an official or...
Replies: 5
Views: 1,528
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Bristol Ground School and English not my mother tongue.

I did training with BGS and i couldn't recommend them highly enough. Yeah it will be a little tough but I've seen plenty of non natives destroy the exams who went with BGS.

One thing they do that...
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Views: 9,286
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Female Pilots - Unprofessional?

"Retired" as in old fashioned? I'm sorry but anyone who truly believes something as superficial, simplistic and narrow minded as "polished shoes = polished flying" is not someone i'd like to fly...
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Views: 9,286
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Female Pilots - Unprofessional?

As students I don't think it's that big a deal. I've also learned over and over again that it's a huge mistake to judge someone's ability simply by appearance.

Some aviation sectors don't require...
18th Apr 2015, 20:46
Replies: 7
Views: 2,186
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Flight sim, or anything else out there... sim virgin needs help

Most rudder pedals don't have that issue. The saitek cessna pedals allows me to heel down and so do the saitek pro flight, saitek combat pedals and the goflight pedals. Those are the bigger...
16th Apr 2015, 07:19
Replies: 7
Views: 2,186
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Flight sim, or anything else out there... sim virgin needs help

Oh my dear Ellie, the sim world is a huge and amazing one. There are loads of things to consider. Understand that although you might only start off for procedure training, it's quite likely you'll...
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Views: 4,615
Posted By funkydreadlocks

cheers! :) I honestly have thought about...

cheers! :)

I honestly have thought about migrating to another logbook. Mine was printed in French and I'd love for it to be in English, just because it can be a bit of a pain sometimes.

I...
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Views: 3,046
Posted By funkydreadlocks

As a male who is a very strong advocate of gender...

As a male who is a very strong advocate of gender equality, I believe society still frames the pilot job as a "men only" sector. In your opinion, how can I and other like minded men help change that...
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Views: 4,615
Posted By funkydreadlocks

did my flying in France, not the UK. Maybe that's...

did my flying in France, not the UK. Maybe that's the diff...
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Views: 4,615
Posted By funkydreadlocks

That's great! Thank you :) I'll start marking...

That's great! Thank you :) I'll start marking them down in the Remarks section.




I got the license in 2009 and haven't been current for a couple of years now, since I'm in university and...
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Views: 4,615
Posted By funkydreadlocks

aren't you a ray of sunshine? := I didn't...

aren't you a ray of sunshine? :=

I didn't forget anything. It just wasn't how we did things in my club. No one else did it. How was I supposed to know if the guys who are teaching me don't tell me...
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Views: 4,615
Posted By funkydreadlocks

record landing and take offs: logbook

...was never something that I was told to do.

I started my PPL back in 2007 in France and I was never told to write down how many landings and take offs I had made. My logbook doesn't even have a...
16th Nov 2014, 21:05
Replies: 2
Views: 977
Posted By funkydreadlocks

man this is perfect. THANK YOU :)

man this is perfect. THANK YOU :)
15th Nov 2014, 11:24
Replies: 2
Views: 977
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Post Personalised Journal

So there are many places on the web to get personalised logbooks.

I keep a personal flight journal. After filling out all the paperwork I go ahead and fill out this journal with not just the usual...
Replies: 4
Views: 2,398
Posted By funkydreadlocks

CAA e-exams bugs thread

Hey guys,

I'm glad the CAA has finally decided to emerge from its cave and try this terrifying new technology that involves bits and Bytes (like anybody knows the difference anyways).

However I...
Replies: 6
Views: 2,085
Posted By funkydreadlocks

thank you genghis mate, you put me at ease. ...

thank you genghis mate, you put me at ease.

I was aware of check rides for each of the seperate ratings. I just saw people talking about the ATPL checkride and wondered about it.

And thanks...
Replies: 6
Views: 2,085
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Question ATPL CheckRide and Logbooks

Hello!

I'm in the middle of my ATPL theoretical (modular). There are two things that remain unclear to me. I was hoping some of you could clarify this a bit.

1) ATPL Checkride (?)

Is there...
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1st Feb 2014, 16:38
Replies: 0
Views: 1,056
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Meet Up

I'm wanting to organize a meet up in Edinburgh, Scotland for the 1st of March. The idea is basically to get as many pilot wannabes together so that we can get to know each other. Anyone else would be...
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Views: 243,819
Posted By funkydreadlocks

Requirement to start CPL training is 150h. ...

Requirement to start CPL training is 150h.

However, keep in mind that CPL training is around 37-45 hours of flying, whilst the requirements to undertake the exam is a minimum of 200h.

You need...
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