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Theory Exam Review Fee increased to 130

The price for the UK CAA to review a theory exam result has just increased from being the same as the exam fee (71) to 130. See latest CAA Fees and Charges...
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Regarding question banks, I used AE but tried out...

Regarding question banks, I used AE but tried out BGS for comparison for a week prior.
They are very similar but I found AE has more questions, has already implemented the new question format...
30th Dec 2014, 11:46
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Wot's the runway length?

Wikipedia indicates 1,877 meters of tarmac on 24/06. Anyone know how much is useable on Saturday? Just wanted to check its not a 400m patch only :O
21st Apr 2014, 21:54
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Quite a successful trip in the end. Weather was...

Quite a successful trip in the end. Weather was fantastic CAVOK so beautiful views all the way. Dundee was definitely the right choice. Hire car waiting for us with Tayside Aviation, which is a busy...
15th Apr 2014, 19:22
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Thanks for the helpful feedback ...

Thanks for the helpful feedback



Between Aberdeen and Dundee, so Prestwick wouldn't be a convenient alternate (although concur it is a great facility which I have been to)




That's...
14th Apr 2014, 22:29
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Dundee

Planning a visit to North East Scotland and would appreciate any additional advice, insight, local knowledge etc.

Landing fee + Handling for 2 days at Aberdeen 285
Similar at RAF Leuchars...
28th Jan 2014, 18:45
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...and in case it hasn't been said already, I'd...

...and in case it hasn't been said already, I'd recommend you buy the theory book (Trevor Thom Book 5 or similar) and prepare for the written exam. It's quite a long book but I also found it...
26th Jan 2014, 12:31
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Here's my take on the situation. You have...

Here's my take on the situation.

You have an EASA PPL and are flying an EASA aircraft (so that's all OK).

The IMC rating ceases to be valid for EASA aircraft from April 2014. In its place, the...
26th Jan 2014, 10:20
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Couple of points from the new website for FlyBpl ...

Couple of points from the new website for FlyBpl

They quote 7 PPL exams in their course. Are they aware of the 9 exams in the current EASA course, or still teaching some outdated curriculum?
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17th Nov 2012, 08:14
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Google is your friend

I found a reference to this address for Hampshire police
[email protected]

But I have no idea if this is still valid and/or correct.

..but yes, it just highlights how...
5th Sep 2012, 23:28
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There was a report in the last AOPA magazine that...

There was a report in the last AOPA magazine that an approach had been made. Let's hope that the FAA/CAA can work something out fairly quickly, to avoid a long period of uncertainty. It would seem...
20th Aug 2012, 20:42
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Travel Insurance Quote

I had been looking at an annual policy and wanted to know what the excess was to include private flying cover. The basic family policy includes winter sports, worldwide travel etc but specifically...
19th May 2012, 15:02
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There are the equivalent of danger areas in the...

There are the equivalent of danger areas in the sailing world too. Typically marked on the charts as exclusion areas such as firing ranges, naval facilities etc. You can phone ahead to see if the...
19th May 2012, 14:38
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I went to Wayman Aviation and can highly...

I went to Wayman Aviation and can highly recommend them. Nice people, well equipped aircraft, G1000 ground trainer, flexible to accomodate my needs. Call them rather than email for first contact...
9th May 2012, 20:17
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Why do you say that? Isn't the EASA medical...

Why do you say that? Isn't the EASA medical pretty much the same as the JAA was, but a slightly different heading on the certificates?

Or is there a whole load of extra ureaucracy/paperwork...
9th May 2012, 19:56
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G1000 training

I'm planning to have some G1000 dual time when in the US on business this month. I've never flown a glass cockpit before - my IMC was done entirely on steam gauges and I've no experience of the...
4th May 2012, 17:41
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Can anyone come?

This might be a blinking obvious question, but is the RV Bonus Day limited to RVs or can any old spamcan book a slot? It appears so from your website, but I wasn't 100% sure.

And presumably you...
4th May 2012, 09:30
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In the US, a DPE (Designated Pilot Examiner) is...

In the US, a DPE (Designated Pilot Examiner) is authorized by the FAA to conduct certain types of flight tests.

Additionally, some DPEs are also authorised to certify Foreign pilots. This means...
3rd May 2012, 08:40
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No TSA

At Jack Brown's Seaplanes they are also a designated Foreign Pilot Examiner, so I didn't need to go to the FSDO at all - they issued me with a temporary airman's certificate and included the ASES...
2nd May 2012, 13:27
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G1000 option in Miami

Thanks for the suggestions. I did a bit of research on the web about the options available in Miami itself (there are 3 airports, but not surprisingly no GA training at Miami International).

I've...
29th Apr 2012, 09:21
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Well done for stepping up and taking on the...

Well done for stepping up and taking on the responsibility. It can be difficult to find people who are prepared to "put something back" and get involved in the running of clubs, so you will make a...
26th Apr 2012, 13:57
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Why on earth would the FAA copy the EIR? Their...

Why on earth would the FAA copy the EIR? Their existing full IR is achievable in less time and with much more relevant and proportional theory content. I can't believe that would happen.

The EIR...
26th Apr 2012, 13:44
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Miami PPL dual hire

Looks like I will have a short business trip to Miami soon and should be able to spare a day for some local flying. I have a "piggyback 61.75" FAA PPL licence from my trip last year. It's technically...
18th Apr 2012, 11:52
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I disagree with your summary

Slopey, I'd have to disagree somewhat with your summary - although it may be true for many pilots, training and examination of IMC ratings could still continue. My understanding of the situation...
27th Feb 2012, 22:02
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I have a 61.75 with an FAA seaplane rating...

I have a 61.75 with an FAA seaplane rating (ASES). Issued when taking the rating at Jack Brown's without the need to visit the FSDO at all. I've since added ratings to my JAR-PPL which has been...
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