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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not sure what app you were talking about i your previous post EI???

Glad to see you had a nice trip yesterday!

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 3:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

EI,

Regarding your 23 May post on heavy controls, I've noticed a big difference between helicopters. (I'm also training in R22's, and am about 15 hours in.) Some feel very smooth, and others quite stiff. I flew the stiff one today, though, for the second time, and eventually got used to it. It's all in the "getting used to it" part, I guess.

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Care? Sure. It's good to be in touch with the plight (= joy?) of fellow students. I hope that good weather extends to the mid-left coast of North America, as I may have my first (helicopter) solo Saturday, if it does.
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Great idea for updates - via video! (A Vlog?)

Umm, one question - a "Student Pilot's Licence"? How does that work? Do you have to have a licence before you can start training in IAA land? Is there an element of training that has to be completed first?

I wonder if it's similar to ATCO training here - you complete initial ATC training courses, to be given a Student ATCO licence, which allows you to operate at a unit, under instruction. At the end of that, one gets validated, and are able to operate without the supervision.
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James T Lowe wrote:
Umm, one question - a "Student Pilot's Licence"? How does that work? Do you have to have a licence before you can start training in IAA land? Is there an element of training that has to be completed first.

I don't know about Ireland, but I've come across the SPL in other countries where it has been a requirment before going solo.

Typically, the requirements are so many hours of dual, passes in certain theory subjects, a valid medical, and FRTOL.
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In the US a student pilot certificate is required for solo (along with endorsements), but the only requirement to get it is a medical. In fact, the student pilot certificate is physically the same document as the medical certificate.
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Not sure what app you were talking about i your previous post EI???

Glad to see you had a nice trip yesterday!

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