Flying for Real..

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Nigel H-J
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Re: Flying for Real..

Post by Nigel H-J » 10 Jul 2019, 15:12

Great hear you passed Paul. :welldone:

Although you have been accredited with the FAA IR do you have to take a Proficiency Check with an EASA examiner when applying for the CAA IR?

Also, yes, it is question time! :lol: What is your next move?

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Re: Flying for Real..

Post by PaulC » 18 Jul 2019, 10:52

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Ah ha! thanks Mike- that gave me the clue I needed!
This is the aircraft I did the IR in, a PA28-161.

Yes Nigel- I need to now convert it to an EASA IR, but that shouldn't take too long and 75% of it can be simulator work.

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Nigel H-J
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Re: Flying for Real..

Post by Nigel H-J » 18 Jul 2019, 14:44

Yes Nigel- I need to now convert it to an EASA IR, but that shouldn't take too long and 75% of it can be simulator work.
For you that will now be a walk in the park! :lol:

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Re: Flying for Real..

Post by Airspeed » 02 Sep 2019, 11:07

This young bloke had an exciting start to his training!

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-09-02/ ... m/11471140

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Re: Flying for Real..

Post by simondix » 02 Sep 2019, 22:55

Yes and his wife and child watching from the airfield.
Simon

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