Learning to fly, or thinking of learning? Post your questions, comments and experiences here

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By WasteBin
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I learned to fly 19 years ago, at a certain Brit-run establishment just north of Daytona, Fl., while on an extended vacation. Although I always wanted to fly (as long as I can remember) I became rather disillusioned so that after converting to a PA23 from a C152 I didn't bother taking up flying after returning to the UK. I currently work on the edge of the circuit of a well known aerodrome near London and feel the need to get airborne again. As quite a lot has changed over the years I find myself trawling the 'net to seek information as any new student would do, and have found your blog highly illuminating (and perhaps a little scary). Thank you for putting it together - maybe and old dog can learn some new tricks.
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By leiafee
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huseyydemm wrote:Hello.
Could you give me some links for PPL exam tests?
I would like to be a pilot, and i'm really beginner. How could i start the whole thing?
Thanks for your help.
H.D.


http://www.airquiz.com/ was very good when I learned - I assume it still is up to date.

Best thing to do is get yourself to your nearest flying club (or visit a few if there's a choice) and get a trial flight - but make sure they know you're interested in learning not just a jolly.
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