Fellsteruk wrote:You’ll have that license in no time
Nero wrote:Fellsteruk wrote:You’ll have that license in no time
I do hope so!
Up to 38 hrs now and have managed 9.5 hrs in the last 3 weeks, so I'm definitely at the business end now.
I've been revising radio calls to try and get my FRTOL. Having never been to a RADIO or INFORMATION airfield, the calls have not become natural for me. But if a weekend looks like it'll be off due to weather, I'm going to get this penultimate test done.
Then hopefully onto the big finale...
T6Harvard wrote:That's brilliant progress.I did them over the winter when I was around 20 hours in. Three in each sitting about 3 weeks apart each. Just gotta bang through them
When did you take your first exams? I'd like to get a couple under my belt, have been studying during lockdown
Miscellaneous wrote:@Nero with the bomber circuit thread in mind I’m curious about the reason for the width of your circuits. Is that the norm for the airfield/what is taught by all, or specific instructors?