02/18/2011 Enroute Basics

Climber27J

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Jan 29, 2011
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Haha true but with the lights, the drivers, and a pending FAA license you may not get places as quickly as you'd like!

If anyone has a pilots license and wants to look at rental costs at Will Rogers or Wiley Post to split simulated IFR/safety pilot time I may be interested if I can get the funds. Or I'm just willing to pay a little and go up as an observer just to get up in the skies again!
 

mjh55404

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Jul 3, 2009
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Haha true but with the lights, the drivers, and a pending FAA license you may not get places as quickly as you'd like!

If anyone has a pilots license and wants to look at rental costs at Will Rogers or Wiley Post to split simulated IFR/safety pilot time I may be interested if I can get the funds. Or I'm just willing to pay a little and go up as an observer just to get up in the skies again!
I'd pitch in to tag along.
 

Climber27J

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I would need a biennial and I suppose a medical (assuming the ATC one doesn't count) plus there's the checkout the rental place would require, and I don't know the costs here so it may not be feasible. At the very least I think I have to see how much the paycheck is!
 

mjh55404

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Jul 3, 2009
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I would need a biennial and I suppose a medical (assuming the ATC one doesn't count) plus there's the checkout the rental place would require, and I don't know the costs here so it may not be feasible. At the very least I think I have to see how much the paycheck is!
I believe your ATC medical is the equivalent of a Class II. I think you just have to ask for a copy of it. I know you do not have to get it done again.
 

Climber27J

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That was my thought, although the good thing is if I do have the money (and it's not too expensive) I can knock out both the biennial and school/rental place rides at the same time.