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fUgly Im interested in your remark that it cost you "nothin" A: The requirments for Air Atlantique are that you have your PPL (A) B: That you have a FULL (UK/EU) Driving Licence C: That you hold a valid Class 1 Medical and D: Flights to and back from home! E: Slavery sweeping a hangar for ...
- Sun Jan 21, 2007 7:40 pm
- Forum: Plane Spotting
- Topic: Aer Arann anounce Waterford base
- Replies: 49
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If the government was to invest in small airports in key areas of the country there would be bigger better airports, people dont want to travel to dublin or shannon, and unfortunatly their the airports the government are investing heavily into, dowlingm the traffic numbers are indeed correct but loo...
- Wed Jan 10, 2007 5:05 pm
- Forum: Irish General Aviation
- Topic: 1/500000 map
- Replies: 51
- Views: 19799
i phoned the iaa in february 2006 enquiring about the current map and they told me they will post me some maps because the new one will be out soon, (11 months ago) so i got a laminated and non laminated one from the iaa for FREE, i thought i would be scr**** up the wall for a map.
- Sat Oct 21, 2006 9:33 pm
- Forum: Learning to Fly
- Topic: Introductory Flights
- Replies: 4
- Views: 2256
Nearly everyones first experience in a light aircraft is somewhat uncomfortable, its new surroundings and it takes some time to take it all in. In my opinion "introductary flights" scare people away from flying. 20 mins flying time isnt enough to discover the possible carreer aspect of fly...