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7 months full-time study is doable, provided you...

7 months full-time study is doable, provided you CAN get away from the distractions of home life.

With the question banks taking a hammering with new questions, they are starting to become a...
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As a former Aviation English Language Assessor...

As a former Aviation English Language Assessor (no time these days) I would first check with your own state of licence issue (the country who holds your medical records) whether they will accept...
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I know personally the author of VA's MCC APS, and...

I know personally the author of VA's MCC APS, and am fully aware of his competence as an instructor, with whom I have worked on several occasions. Not only would I go to VA, I would insist on this...
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Here's an interesting quandary. EASA rules...

Here's an interesting quandary.

EASA rules require students to have completed all theoretical knowledge training for all subjects before a student can take any examinations for any subjects. That...
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OK, your location is Greece so we can assume you...

OK, your location is Greece so we can assume you are signed up with an ATO in Greece and that you have taken your EASA exams under the auspices of the Greek HCAA.

You can transfer your exam theory...
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MCC is a requirement for a first type rating on...

MCC is a requirement for a first type rating on any multi-crew aircraft.

As a multi-crew type rating is a requirement for holding an EASA ATPL, it stands to reason that, if you have an EASA ATPL...
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EASA Learning Objectives

The new EASA Learning Objectives have been published and can now be read and downloaded at:

https://www.easa.europa.eu/document-library/agency-decisions/ed-decision-2018001r

The first thing...
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Alex is spot on. A RBI does NOT always have...

Alex is spot on.

A RBI does NOT always have your heading on top - you are thinking of an RMI.

Example 1 = HDG North, (fixed card) RBI shows beacon behind aircraft with relative bearing = 180....
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Light on details? Each is entitled to his own...

Light on details?
Each is entitled to his own opinion but I am quite surprised at that comment.
It is probably the most in-depth material out there.
It actually tries to teach you the subject...
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Having worked for an ATO in Greece I can echo...

Having worked for an ATO in Greece I can echo those words that the HCAA (YPA) is an absolute pain to deal with, like any public service in Greece - they could turn changing a light bulb into a...
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Really? They're starting their first ATPL course...

Really? They're starting their first ATPL course in February 2018 and nobody has completed one with them yet...and here's me thinking time travel was possible ;)

In fact, they've got many decades...
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Can't you self certify to fly light sports...

Can't you self certify to fly light sports aircraft in the UK, the hours of which count towards hour building?

The more realistic option is to stop any thoughts of potentially pouring good money...
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I have been through a Reg.6 appeal with the CAA...

I have been through a Reg.6 appeal with the CAA on medical grounds and the 'impartial' board was made up of 2 x CAA executive directors. I am not questioning their professional judgement in any way...
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Cat3C have their ATO approval now and are looking...

Cat3C have their ATO approval now and are looking to start in February 2018.
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Have EASA approved 'virtual' classrooms, Phil?...

Have EASA approved 'virtual' classrooms, Phil? Has this been introduced recently?

I have been operating under the impression that the 10% requirement was in a live environment, owing to the...
15th Feb 2017, 10:52
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Says it all.... ...

Says it all....

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/writing-14-easa-atpl-theory-exams-luke-howard
16th Oct 2016, 21:06
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I see....a real FUBAR on a monumental scale?

I see....a real FUBAR on a monumental scale?
15th Oct 2016, 21:54
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Near Miss - Runway Incursion - Shanghai Hongqiao

Does anyone have any information on an alleged near miss at Shanghai Hongqiao on 11th October?

Chinese news has reported a departing A320 narrowly missed the tail of a taxiing A330 crossing the...
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CMY.BRYAN Contact me via PM :)

CMY.BRYAN

Contact me via PM

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And then there are the real 'cheats' who not only...

And then there are the real 'cheats' who not only log the time simultaneously but don't even fly the aircraft, i.e. fly from A to B on paper but actually land not too far away at C, a remote unmanned...
18th Jul 2016, 16:00
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22M...that should cover fourteen meetings...

22M...that should cover fourteen meetings attended by 28 EU member states....oops, 27.... to discuss how the committee should be formed to investigate the operational efficiency of the meetings...
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A MEIR confers SEIR privileges but a SEIR does...

A MEIR confers SEIR privileges but a SEIR does not confer MEIR privileges.

You do not need to hold a MEP Class Rating before commencing the MEIR course but you need to have completed the 6 hours...
6th Jul 2016, 13:52
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The industry is rife with 'contractors'; a good...

The industry is rife with 'contractors'; a good example is 'contract' flight instructors whose only full-time employment is with one ATO and being paid flight pay only (with no basic salary) by ATO's...
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dimsp81, Do you have a PPL?

dimsp81,

Do you have a PPL?
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Regrettably, you will have to start from scratch....

Regrettably, you will have to start from scratch.

I have come across several cases of people asking for exemptions, including, quite honestly, life threatening illness and family bereavement, all...
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