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annika123
12-09-2011, 02:04 AM
Hello friends this annika i need your help please help me please tell me where is the best place for learn to fly ?

JoeM
12-09-2011, 10:42 AM
The EAA and AOPA websites are good starting places to find what is available in your area. Itís whatís best for you. For me first I looked at options that were convenient to where I lived and worked. I was looking for Sport Pilot training so the options were limited. I would have preferred to train with an individual but had no luck finding someone locally. There are two flight schools at my local airport, the first one I visited deals mostly with career pilot training and was not very interested in my needs. The other school is more private pilot oriented and they were very friendly even though they were pushing for me to go for the Private instead of Sport Pilot. I did choose them as they were able to work with my schedule and limited budget. Iím not able to fly as often as I need to and will probably be a high time student before itís all done but Iím having a great time whenever I get to fly.

Good luck and have fun.

steveinindy
12-09-2011, 12:14 PM
My vote (other than the associated expenses) would be Hawaii. LOL

Barnstorm
12-21-2011, 03:03 PM
Red Stewart Airfield, 4OI

http://www.stewartsaircraft.net/

. (http://www.stewartsaircraft.net/)

sdilullo
12-22-2011, 10:24 AM
Red Stewart Airfield, 4OI

http://www.stewartsaircraft.net/

(http://www.stewartsaircraft.net/)

+1

scotron80
01-01-2012, 06:06 AM
i think the best place to learn is a flying school :) but that's just me...

hope i understand you r question....


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cheers !!


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