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flight safety in uk, peterborogh airport.

flight safety in uk, peterborogh airport.
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Posted By kaptene

flyer .com.I think there was something where you...

flyer .com.I think there was something where you get 5 discount if you buy on their website.
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For the IGI, if your instument knowliedge is...

For the IGI, if your instument knowliedge is still fresh, just use some free online pilot exams.
Pilot Practice Page (http://www.exams4pilots.org)
http://www.webexams.com/exam

For the AGI, I...
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response

For the IGI (Instrument rating ground instructor), you have just to study your Instument written again, it is exactly the same written than the IGI. you can refresh your memory by studying the...
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FSDO by mail?Please help

Hi
I got my AGI and FOI, and I wanted to know it I can send my papers to the FsDO by Mail that they send me my Instructor certificate?
Anyone did something like this?
Thanks
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Posted By kaptene

CAA approuved FTO's Standards Document 31...

CAA approuved FTO's
Standards Document 31 Version 100: Organisations Conducting CAA and JAR-FCL Approved Courses of Flight and Ground Training | Publications | CAA...
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It does make sense, however, I'm assuming that...

It does make sense, however, I'm assuming that the heavier airplane will have to travel a a higher speed than the light one, which means the ground speed is greater, which means also that the pilot...
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hi I have a similar situation and the response...

hi
I have a similar situation and the response i've got from a UK FTO is that you need to have a UK JAR PPL or CPL to begin the training if you plan to do it in the UK. If it's in the US, I don't...
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Posted By kaptene

Question-Help Ground school

Hello
When doing the aTPl ground school via distance learning, do you need other ground school sudies (commercial /IR), or is it included in the ATPL studies, and you can begin your professional...
29th Mar 2010, 12:19
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Posted By kaptene

yes, CPL requires a CLass I. As long as your...

yes, CPL requires a CLass I. As long as your astigmatisme does not worsen, you should be alright, if you can see 10/10 you're ok !
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who may recommand a conversion training path?

Hi all
Looking for an advise please.
If you have an FAA PPL/IR/ME/CPL and you want to have an ATPL frozen, do you have to :
-Pass the ATPL written exams?
-Pass the JAA IR/ME.
-or is there any...
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AS Far as I know yes, if the Ground school has...

AS Far as I know yes, if the Ground school has been done in the same country as you will fly. If not, it is still possible but not very easy, it requires an approval from both CAA authorities for...
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Posted By kaptene

-ATPL ground school via Distance learning with...

-ATPL ground school via Distance learning with OAA is 1200 (new price, with books included).
-JAA class I : 300 (I know, very expensive comparing to the US class I:ugh:)
OAA are a the school by...
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Posted By kaptene

flight safety UK (Farnbourough Airport)

flight safety UK (Farnbourough Airport)
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Posted By kaptene

After getting the CPL in Single engine, how many...

After getting the CPL in Single engine, how many hours are requiered to switch to the CPL ME?
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Posted By kaptene

Professional training in a diffrent country

hi fellows
Is it that the ATPL Theory exams must be completed in the same country where you plan to continue with your training? Just saw it in Hubair's website. But it's JAA, so I can do my aTPL in...
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Posted By kaptene

Hi Depending on your pocket and also the time...

Hi
Depending on your pocket and also the time you have. For the money, generally it's around 1200 with the books in the UK (Oxford aviation & CATS). Bristol is little bit more expensive (around...
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JAA flight training outside a non JAA country

Pilots & Instructors , can you please help me:
-Does a JAA training in the USA allow to work in Europe? I'm particularly speaking about some schools which provide a Full ATPL Frozen completly in the...
25th Jan 2010, 13:07
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Posted By kaptene

hello If you have never had any JAA medical,...

hello
If you have never had any JAA medical, you'll need to pass the JAA initial class I. the only place as far as I know in the UK is in the Gatwick medical center. The cost is 330. It takes half...
5th Jan 2010, 15:45
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Posted By kaptene

endorsment for AGI?

hi flyers
Do we need an endorsment to be able to pass the AGI (advanced ground instructor) written exam?
Thanks.
4th Jan 2010, 14:28
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Posted By kaptene

KC

hi
I have a KC, I had an FAA class I without any issue. Now normally the applicants with kC can have an assesment if the visual requierements are met, and a regular follow up is needed. If you just...
14th Dec 2009, 15:28
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Posted By kaptene

I hope this link helps ...

I hope this link helps

http://www.eccaa.aero/docs/acs/pl/PLAC%20009%20-%20Designation%20of%20Aviation%20Medical%20Examiners.pdf

good luck
19th Nov 2009, 18:29
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Posted By kaptene

Not sure about the regulation in south Africa,...

Not sure about the regulation in south Africa, but you can have you JAA training in some schools in the US, with a low costs. For being able to work in africa, I think that the Transport ministry...
17th Nov 2009, 16:00
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Posted By kaptene

I looked around, but haven't met with any...

I looked around, but haven't met with any confirmation of that.
17th Nov 2009, 13:08
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Posted By kaptene

Angel JAA initial class I - Kerato

Hello folks
Sorry for bringing this up again,
Through the CAA website, it says that Keratoconus will no longer be desqualifying for JAA Medical initiall class I

LSST - Licensing Sub-Sectorial...
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