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14th Sep 2014, 13:02
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Posted By Greg2041

An interesting thread. What qualifications are...

An interesting thread. What qualifications are required to be appointed to the exam board working group?
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Views: 5,153
Posted By Greg2041

Synopsis of the case makes interesting reading. ...

Synopsis of the case makes interesting reading.

"When is copyright infringement unacceptable but condoned? When there are implied contract terms.

Bristol Groundschool Ltd v Intelligent Data...
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Posted By Greg2041

Hmm. Not so sure about hundreds of thousands but...

Hmm. Not so sure about hundreds of thousands but I wouldn't want to pick up the bill for the costs. It will be interesting to see whether costs are awarded and by how much the business has been...
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Views: 4,896
Posted By Greg2041

About time. When will it actually happen though!

About time. When will it actually happen though!
2nd Feb 2014, 11:24
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Views: 8,380
Posted By Greg2041

Swept, this is a really interesting thread and I...

Swept, this is a really interesting thread and I am glad you started it.

In aviation, the supply/demand and future planning has always appeared haphazard. I remember in the 80's, there was near...
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Views: 12,740
Posted By Greg2041

Out of interest Planedrive, did you find any...

Out of interest Planedrive, did you find any differences between Aviationexam and ATPL?
2nd Oct 2013, 17:52
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Views: 902
Posted By Greg2041

Have a look at Padpilot or drop them an email to...

Have a look at Padpilot or drop them an email to see if they are considering running a PPL series. Worth a shot! Good luck...
22nd Jul 2013, 08:37
Replies: 4
Views: 1,802
Posted By Greg2041

From the horses mouth (that's the CAA). :hmm: ...

From the horses mouth (that's the CAA). :hmm:

Well, I am surprised. If you have stents fitted assuming you pass various other tests, you can get an unrestricted Class 2. That's always been the...
21st Jul 2013, 16:15
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Posted By Greg2041

Will do. I will try and find a number and then...

Will do. I will try and find a number and then update this post. ;)
21st Jul 2013, 15:17
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Views: 1,802
Posted By Greg2041

I've just read that I only need a Class 2 to...

I've just read that I only need a Class 2 to instruct from 2012/13. Does anyone know whether stents make a difference? Good news?
21st Jul 2013, 14:33
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Views: 1,802
Posted By Greg2041

A dream turned sour? Stents again....

Okay, so I was hoping to complete my PPL and then CPL with a view to teaching, more of a hobby than for anything else.

Imagine my shock when following some chest pains and an angiogram, I now...
16th Jul 2013, 14:11
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Views: 24,215
Posted By Greg2041

Any truth that the date has been postponed again...

Any truth that the date has been postponed again to the end of September and not August? I heard this from a QFI last week.
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Views: 1,221
Posted By Greg2041

All interesting stuff. Thank you good people. ...

All interesting stuff. Thank you good people. It's good to know that there are normal people out there.

:cool:
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Posted By Greg2041

Very funny. Thanks Rob.

Very funny. Thanks Rob.
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Views: 1,221
Posted By Greg2041

Before JAA Multiple Choice Q&A ......

In the old days, when men were men and chickens were afraid, how were students assessed in terms of their ground-school learning?

Just interested as I hear so many people moan that the current...
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Views: 929
Posted By Greg2041

Hi Mark, You raise some interesting issues....

Hi Mark,

You raise some interesting issues. Unfortunately, some of the replies might lead you to believe the pprune community is a little unhelpful but the truth is that the hearing community is...
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Views: 1,871
Posted By Greg2041

As an MCQ process guru (sad I know but I have had...

As an MCQ process guru (sad I know but I have had the course, occ psychology etc), from what I hear I find is astonishing that the CAA can still produce badly written questions and/or wrong answers....
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Views: 1,871
Posted By Greg2041

Why do ATPL QB's vary across Europe?

... some talk about V.14, others 15 and apparently some are more accurate than others.

Seems a bit weird considering there is one body overseeing the exams.

Does anyone know if EASA are...
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Views: 1,147
Posted By Greg2041

Meant to say, I would probably get my books...

Meant to say, I would probably get my books direct from CATS. That way you will get the latest edition.
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Views: 1,147
Posted By Greg2041

I have seen the CATS ones and the Bristol ones. ...

I have seen the CATS ones and the Bristol ones. The Bristol books and CATS ones are very good but I would say that the CATS books just have the edge.

I am a CATS student on a temporary gap due...
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Views: 1,794
Posted By Greg2041

You must admit, it is a bit weird though. Do you...

You must admit, it is a bit weird though. Do you think the CAA are involved?

;)

Greg
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Views: 4,992
Posted By Greg2041

Good advice. Support from Bristol is excellent...

Good advice. Support from Bristol is excellent as shown here.

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Not sure about flyingexam.com but there's loads of support on PPrune....
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Views: 4,992
Posted By Greg2041

For the UK I have heard flyingexam.com is another...

For the UK I have heard flyingexam.com is another good bank and a bargain price and the questions are more of less the same as Bristols. I haven't used either but I would be inclined to try them...
Replies: 3
Views: 1,135
Posted By Greg2041

I wouldn't think so but please reveal your...

I wouldn't think so but please reveal your passion for low cost airlines?
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Views: 1,494
Posted By Greg2041

Definitely the CATS notes. Without doubt they...

Definitely the CATS notes. Without doubt they are the easiest to read and understand than the others. They are much more colourful too. Do have a look at the other publishers and you will see why...
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