Thanks very much for that clarification C152. Makes sense as to why more people aren't doing the M license first and then onto A.C152 wrote:You can only use 1/3 of your hours from your PPL(M) to transfer to your PPL(A) so if you have done say 9 hours microlight training you could only transfer 3, this is to stop people taking the cheap option of doing PPL(M) and then just changing
Not having a go at you Camroc but just want to say that I've heard all the bad press about them and in fairness they do what they say on the tin.Camroc wrote:be careful of fly-easa thats my 2 cents
You can still do JAA training in the states, sure our national carrier used to send their cadets to the states!!Pearse1983 wrote:Assuming your ok with the additional outlay required for training when you get back to Ireland.Going to the states is the only way to go lads
We have different classes of Airspace and different VFR minima.Therefore there would be no additional training required or an additional outlay when you got back to Ireland.
U actually can do a JAR licence in florida, Issued by the CAA, a stand alone licence not off the back of an FAA one, U just need a FAA medical and student licence to go solo out there. As for flight following in Florida i only used it once because i knew we didnt have it at home. and well weather u should not fly outside ur limits and it also gets extremely gusty in florida as the day warms up.Pearse1983 wrote:We have different classes of Airspace and different VFR minima.Therefore there would be no additional training required or an additional outlay when you got back to Ireland.
RT is vastly different. Ask Shannon for a flight following see what they say.
Our weather. I would consider it more than prudent to familarise oneself with Irish weather before taking off into the wild blue yonder this side of the pond.
Just a few of the examples. A JAR licence issued on the back of US training is valid in Ireland. Jumping into an aircraft here after a month of flight training in Florida however is it wise....
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