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Wow. Assuming that flight training will pick up...

Wow. Assuming that flight training will pick up again some day in the (possibly distant) future, does L3 simply think that people will forget?
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Posted By flyingkeyboard

Combination of naivety and ignorance. An 18 year...

Combination of naivety and ignorance. An 18 year old me would have made some ridiculous decisions; thankfully 16 years later I have a lot of life experience to help me make better choices.
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Posted By flyingkeyboard

Cilla1989 I’m in a similar position to you,...

Cilla1989

I’m in a similar position to you, in that I’m in the RAF, but with 5 years until my EDP point (I’m 35 in a few months). Too late to leave now and I enjoy my current job so I’ll ride it...
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Posted By flyingkeyboard

Some of the questions you first need to answer:...

Some of the questions you first need to answer: Why are you looking at doing a degree? What are your aims? Are you looking at becoming chartered in a profession? How much time can you dedicate to...
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Views: 4,473
Posted By flyingkeyboard

With a drop in demand, will we see large...

With a drop in demand, will we see large reductions in the prices of training courses across the board?
6th Aug 2020, 21:32
Replies: 73
Views: 14,553
Posted By flyingkeyboard

A starred member of the Air Force Board recently...

A starred member of the Air Force Board recently briefed CE Officers that if they buy into the Astra concept, they could be a future CAS.
5th Jul 2020, 18:23
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Views: 180,310
Posted By flyingkeyboard

What is the cost of running and maintaining an...

What is the cost of running and maintaining an airfield for the sole purpose of MEDA? I think that UK PLC would prefer to make the savings, sell off the land for development and have mil fixed wing...
1st Jul 2020, 10:44
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Views: 1,482
Posted By flyingkeyboard

Thanks -that痴 the gent. I値l try to get in touch.

Thanks -that痴 the gent. I値l try to get in touch.
30th Jun 2020, 19:40
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Views: 16,117
Posted By flyingkeyboard

NQF level 3 is A-level. Level 4 HNC and Level 5...

NQF level 3 is A-level. Level 4 HNC and Level 5 Foundation degree.

Although not directly comparable, would you say a qualified train driver is degree level educated?
30th Jun 2020, 19:36
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Views: 1,482
Posted By flyingkeyboard

Ex C130 nav who was a mountain guide

Hi,

Not aviation related, but I知 trying to find the name/website of an Ex RAF Nav who was also a qualified mountain leader. Would have left the service around 2011.

Reason - I知 planning a...
23rd Jun 2020, 15:06
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Views: 4,987
Posted By flyingkeyboard

Very different now; plenty of JRs go for a...

Very different now; plenty of JRs go for a commission. Some as LACs.
23rd Jun 2020, 15:01
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Views: 4,987
Posted By flyingkeyboard

If it’s the individual I’m thinking of then I...

If it’s the individual I’m thinking of then I think he ended up flying Sentinels.
19th Jun 2020, 20:34
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Views: 9,851
Posted By flyingkeyboard

I’ve seen a mask on several SM posts. It’s being...

I’ve seen a mask on several SM posts. It’s being marketed as a possible solution to allow safe flight training. To be honest I don’t want to have to wear a darth Vader mask whilst learning to fly.
...
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Views: 3,062
Posted By flyingkeyboard

For PPL, my pessimistic side says when social...

For PPL, my pessimistic side says when social distancing is no longer a thing. Optimistic side tells me when driving lessons are allowed to resume.
31st May 2020, 16:33
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Views: 6,443
Posted By flyingkeyboard

I left there a few years ago and thought that it...

I left there a few years ago and thought that it was a good gig. FIA is reasonable, coupled with GYH(T) means that you can live fairly reasonably with the money provided. Couple that with an Oyster...
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Views: 62,123
Posted By flyingkeyboard

I suppose the question to ask in that situation...

I suppose the question to ask in that situation would be, will students pay the premium knowing that the kickback is in place, or will they still take their chances and save money by going modular?...
14th May 2020, 17:24
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Views: 9,851
Posted By flyingkeyboard

PPL student here, if I get any more lessons...

PPL student here, if I get any more lessons before September I’ll consider that a bonus. Hopefully I’m being overly pessimistic.
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Views: 62,123
Posted By flyingkeyboard

Same here, I知 34 and most of the way through the...

Same here, I知 34 and most of the way through the PPL course. Slim chance I値l ever get a job in aviation, but I知 doing it for the love of flying primarily. Also helps that I have an established...
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Posted By flyingkeyboard

Not quite as old as you, but modular definitely...

Not quite as old as you, but modular definitely the way to go. Proceed at a pace that suits you and the current situation.
20th Feb 2020, 18:22
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Posted By flyingkeyboard

Looks that way. Whatever information they provide...

Looks that way. Whatever information they provide will have to be watertight to ensure that there is no comeback in years to come. What a cluster of a situation...
Replies: 7
Views: 1,024
Posted By flyingkeyboard

I have a set of books - pm me if interested.

I have a set of books - pm me if interested.
30th Sep 2019, 19:05
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Views: 1,257
Posted By flyingkeyboard

If you gained a fATPL, surely you’d be qualified...

If you gained a fATPL, surely you’d be qualified to apply to the airlines, so why train to become a FI on top?
4th Sep 2019, 16:05
Replies: 459
Views: 295,573
Posted By flyingkeyboard

I was thinking along the lines of civvie APTL...

I was thinking along the lines of civvie APTL holders joining and going straight onto the ME fleet, flying the benign routes to the USA, Falklands, etc. In fact, don’t we have elements of this...
3rd Aug 2019, 12:15
Replies: 459
Views: 295,573
Posted By flyingkeyboard

Without wanting to go off on a tangent, is there...

Without wanting to go off on a tangent, is there much lateral recruitment taking place in the RAF pilot branch?
22nd Jul 2019, 20:25
Replies: 19
Views: 6,253
Posted By flyingkeyboard

Recently moved out of a quarter there; also a...

Recently moved out of a quarter there; also a member of a local flying club where this has been discussed. Last I heard, there are people interested in buying it to run some sort of aviation...
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