Sport Pilot training. 10-day killer course or Long Island?

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Re: Sport Pilot training. 10-day killer course or Long Island?

Postby drseti » Fri Nov 30, 2018 2:10 pm

TimTaylor wrote:Absolutely not, but thanks for the insult.


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Re: Sport Pilot training. 10-day killer course or Long Island?

Postby HAPPYDAN » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:45 am

To the OP: If you're still considering a "crash course", here's one I find intriguing:
http://www.blueridgesportflight.com/
I lived in NC for 5 years, and that part of the country has spectacular scenery.
And here's another one, by one of our occasional posters, Paul Hamilton:
http://sportaviationcenter.com/
That one is intriguing also, because it's near Reno and Lake Tahoe, both exciting areas, but for different reasons.
Good Luck!


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