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8 Mar 2019
12:27:39@wtp2018:matrix.org@wtp2018:matrix.org invited @marex86:matrix.orgViktor.
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9 Mar 2019
12:59:44@bravosierramike:matrix.orgbravosierramikeHey there. Are there any real pilots (PPL, CPL, ATPL) around?
14:04:48@aaron:raim.istAaron Raimist
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Hey there. Are there any real pilots (PPL, CPL, ATPL) around?
šŸ‘‹ I have my PPL
14:05:52@bravosierramike:matrix.orgbravosierramikeMe too šŸ™‚ - since summer last year.
14:06:08@bravosierramike:matrix.orgbravosierramikeYour homebase?
14:36:12@aaron:raim.istAaron RaimistKSUS
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got my PPL 40+ years ago...
That's a long time ago. Still flying?
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14:49:27@aaron:raim.istAaron RaimistWhat is it like getting a private pilots certificate outside the United States? All we hear in the US is that GA is very limited in other parts of the world.
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I don't even try (to pass the medical), but... wonder what-if. . (I don't tell about the worn out parts, put on glasses, don't mention the pacemaker, the diabetes, that I "misplaced" my little paper-card license, my log-books, etc) ... 8-/
I'm sorry to hear about that. But do you have the chance to fly with others?
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What is it like getting a private pilots certificate outside the United States? All we hear in the US is that GA is very limited in other parts of the world.
I would say it's a small but quite active community. We're the "nerds" with a time-consuming hobby. Relating to the regulations it's more or less the same as in the US (excluding the strict and everywhere non-standard circuits). I've flown in Florida a year ago.
15:04:25@bravosierramike:matrix.orgbravosierramikeTo get the certificate it's the same as in the US - but still not fully accepted at FAA. But with your FAA-licence you have to do a checkride as well for EASA.
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16 Mar 2019
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18 Mar 2019
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02:15:33@aaron:raim.istAaron RaimistDid you/do you do aviation related stuff in the military?
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02:21:19@aaron:raim.istAaron Raimist

Sounds cool!

out of respect for PERSEC

02:21:48@aaron:raim.istAaron Raimist There isn't a community but it is somewhat related to the #spaceliveevents:matrix.org room.
02:21:55@aaron:raim.istAaron RaimistMaybe there should be
04:18:24@mr_bubbles:matrix.orgFluffy Bubblesah, neat. Thanks for that room link
04:18:37@mr_bubbles:matrix.orgFluffy Bubbleswhat do you fly/do/teach?
04:22:20@aaron:raim.istAaron RaimistIā€™m working on my commercial pilots certificate and Iā€™m a flight data analyst.
04:22:44@mr_bubbles:matrix.orgFluffy Bubblesnice!! It's a great life (for the first 10 years), you'll love being on the road šŸ™‚
20 Mar 2019
04:09:36@mr_bubbles:matrix.orgFluffy Bubbles changed their display name from Mr. Bubbles to Fluffy Bubbles.

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