Where did you hear about this deal, im out in weston regularly and haven't seen or heard this.
It apperas to be good on the surface, but then you have to add fuel onto the cost. With a quick calculation this would be about 60 euro per hour itself. This brings the grand total up to around 125 per hour.
A great rate for Ireland it has to be said. I think i will have to take them up on this as i would like to complete at least some of my hours in Ireland.
Then looking at a US website however they have a 2004 172sp with garmin gps for $114 (wet), which is around 78euro an hour. You can't beat that.
Both good deals.
is it true in the uk you can use gps and wind arrows on the glass cockpits for ir??
Firstly because that deal is VERY rare and I have seen nothing like it here before.the red barron wrote:For those of you training with the National Flight Centre they have a great offer for Hour Building;
Min 10hr block in a C150
€65 per hour - Dry - Tach Time
Secondly, the weather. I did 55 hours INSTRUMENT time in 4 months, full time in Ireland. Abroad I got 40 in two weeks (vfr).
I could go on to be honest, about landing fees etc. but Ive done this argument too many times.
edit as I just noticed that price is dry, not that great a price after all.
But when times are anyways better then they are now economically then its more like 160e and hour!!
U.S.A you can get 100e an hour fuel included...you usually get perfect weather and lots of interesting airports and places to see..
try doing 100hours PIC in ireland...it will take months and months...perfect if you are not rushing.irelands by far the nicest country i have flown in too!!!
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