Doing courses seperatly at PTC

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What :? No jobs goin sorry :(
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Do you get a PTC uniform when you start the ATPL's on their own with PTC??? Or is it just the APP students that get one?
Haven't worn a uniform in about 5 years :shock:

Should be starting next week :D yay
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You could ask for one and pay for it or order one off www.pilotshop.ie

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Dont want one all that much now ranar1mike!!!!

Was just wondering really :D
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Was only answering your quesiton :D

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the guys that are only doing atpls in ptc seem to wear a white shirt and a black pants , although it will be suggested that u buy one from them , they love selling stuf with their logo

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Hmm i have to buy 1 short and long sleeved shirt off them...
And a tie, And a jumper!!!

At least i'll have somewhere to put the epaulettes i have in my drawer.
My one stripe hahaha

I'm not really gonna wear em!! :D :D :shock:
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Do they have the pen holders on the side???
Engine Failure: A condition which occurs when all fuel tanks mysteriously become filled with air

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Yup :D
Its really cheesy stuff!!!
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Yes, we all do! Its standard procedure you see. It makes us feel like airline pilots, wearing that uniform while we plough through POF and Air Law.

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Do the planes have the go faster stripes on the side??
Engine Failure: A condition which occurs when all fuel tanks mysteriously become filled with air

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Is anyone here doing the CPL or MEIR with PTC at them moment?

Is all the training conducted in ireland? i read a post a while back saying they were considering losing all single engine aircraft and conducting everything bar the MEIR in Flight Safety International.

I am seriously considering them for mine next year after I have done my APTL's.

Any feedback would be much appreciated

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Post by shanecolgan »

Yes the CPL and MEIR are still done in Waterford. They have just gotten their new FNTP II Piper Seminole Sim certified by the IAA. There are few guys doing some of their IR training on it at the moment.

As far as I know the CPL is done in the Piper Seminole.

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half the CPL training is done single engin , and half multi engin , aswell as 6 for the MEP training , then you sit the CPL skills test in the Seminole so you get kind of an MECpl. On the Sim there now and its much cheaper because you can do over half the training in the FNPT2.

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