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14 September 2008

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Well done Chris.

You must be an 'ace' to have achieved PPL standard in only 47 hours, especially as your training was spread over a year or so.

There are certain clubs (no names, no pack drill) who quote fixed-prices for PPL training, based on the MINIMUM legal requirement which does change from time-to-time but is currently 45 hours.

In reality, most students require a lot more practice, especially in the UK where training is often curtailed by the weather.

My congratulations go to both Matt and Chris.
They both were determined and dedicated to obtain their PPL.

Matt is now on track to go for a career in Aviation and Chris is hoping to enjoy the freedom of the skies in France and Europe.

Well done Christopher - great to have a pilot in the family!! Fly up to Scotland sometime!

hi well done

i remember mike fm the airforce a gentleman
do you remember sarah arshad fm your school she was in the maths department she is in NZ now

paul

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