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There are no scholarships at the moment but GAPAN...

There are no scholarships at the moment but GAPAN have an annual selection I think there's one for ATPL training.
Did he get his C130 in military overseas? why did he just do a CPL or is this from...
17th Aug 2010, 14:28
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Posted By mrwilko

parking space

I've got a parking space right by the front. All days of festival. PM if interested
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Posted By mrwilko

PAT Professional Air Training, and PFT...

PAT Professional Air Training, and PFT Professional Flight Training are two separate schools, both operating at Bournemouth, both using Duchess for IR.
PFT operate Arrow or Duchess for CPL and PAT...
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Posted By mrwilko

They've also just moved into smart new offices /...

They've also just moved into smart new offices / classrooms in Luton.:ok:
12th Nov 2009, 19:59
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Posted By mrwilko

This thread is fab. Real pilots with real...

This thread is fab.
Real pilots with real experience, revealing themselves as real gentlemen and using the forum as a means of communication and encouragement rather than rant and argument.
The...
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Posted By mrwilko

Angel It all depends on your experience and ability. If...

It all depends on your experience and ability. If you're a Tornado pilot with 1000+ SEP hours from flying your own Mooney regularly and you've got IMC rating which you've used in anger and recently,...
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Posted By mrwilko

North America Options

I don't know of any in Europe, but I know three options in North America.
They are Christian organisations training pilots and engineers from scratch for the demanding mission field. All three train...
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Posted By mrwilko

I'd quite like a Mark 1 Ford Cortina.

I'd quite like a Mark 1 Ford Cortina.
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Posted By mrwilko

Probably a good plan. 3 years hence the industry...

Probably a good plan. 3 years hence the industry may be in better shape although You'll be in debt.
While you're studying, investigate all the scholarship schemes that may come back on line eg. CTC,...
14th Apr 2009, 11:53
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Posted By mrwilko

I was in the air squadron that operated one of...

I was in the air squadron that operated one of the Bulldogs that had a spinning mishap. The student got out but the QFI didn't. The wreckage was in the back of the hangar until the AIB came and took...
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Posted By mrwilko

The most time consuming hurdle is the...

The most time consuming hurdle is the groundschool, and the biggest decision is full time or distance learning? While you do your groundschool I recommend you build hours in UK to get used to...
9th Apr 2009, 12:08
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Posted By mrwilko

Split your legs (nav sections not biological...

Split your legs (nav sections not biological appendages) into 'event periods'
First period, setting course, noting ATA/ETA lokking for gross error.
Intermediate period: concentrate on height,...
6th Apr 2009, 00:05
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Posted By mrwilko

try Compton Abbas. 01747811767. There's a cub and...

try Compton Abbas. 01747811767. There's a cub and a condor often looking for new recruits.
5th Apr 2009, 23:54
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Posted By mrwilko

44 year old. 1700 hrs, 200 twin. I tried CAE....

44 year old. 1700 hrs, 200 twin. I tried CAE. SAS, and their new recrutment e-mail. All to no avail. As far as I'm concerned they're ageist.
5th Mar 2009, 12:15
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Posted By mrwilko

I went through the MAF selection process and...

I went through the MAF selection process and despite their shortage they are very strict. They may have changed their procedure but this was it 7 years ago;
Forms and references from your pastor...
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Posted By mrwilko

PM me for info/advice.

PM me for info/advice.
11th Jan 2009, 14:31
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Posted By mrwilko

bournemouth

I instruct cpl/ir for a school in Bournemouth. We're probably going over to DA42 and already have approvals and checklists made up. The hourly instructor rate would be 60 but based on take off and...
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Posted By mrwilko

Hi I can recommend PFT at Bournemouth in UK. ...

Hi
I can recommend PFT at Bournemouth in UK.
They do modular training and as well as the info you may see on their website they have just started to do ppl also. They satisfy all the criteria you...
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Posted By mrwilko

Try Prof Flight Training Bournemouth. Small but...

Try Prof Flight Training Bournemouth. Small but intimate school, growing reputation, operate Duchesses. Links with European Air Charters so access to 737 and 747 sims. 01202 594105
8th Sep 2008, 21:06
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Posted By mrwilko

Try Aviation South West at Exeter. They use an...

Try Aviation South West at Exeter. They use an instructor Examiner from Bristol and operate Duchess at very reasonable rates. You could stay at Exeter YH down the road. Overall a good option.
31st Jul 2008, 13:09
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Posted By mrwilko

try Aviation South West at Exeter. They have a...

try Aviation South West at Exeter. They have a Duchess and use Mike Beeston a local instructor/examiner.
11th May 2008, 21:50
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Posted By mrwilko

Welcome to PPRUNE and back into the fold of...

Welcome to PPRUNE and back into the fold of aviation. There is legislation in the offing under the EASA take over of licensing whereby PPL's will be able to instruct other PPL's and get paid and not...
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Posted By mrwilko

Cool Check your PM's;)

Check your PM's;)
30th Apr 2008, 19:56
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Posted By mrwilko

There's an MCC running somewhere practically...

There's an MCC running somewhere practically every week. If you were sneaky you could put it on your CV. If you never got an airline interview you would have saved 3000 pounds, if you did get an...
26th Sep 2007, 17:40
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Posted By mrwilko

open day

I answered an ad in flight via a recruitment agency and attached my CV. This was actually Ryanair using the agency to screen applicants for the open day.
My CV has now been passed on to Ryanair so...
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