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Brand New RPL / PPL Student in Sydney

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harvard70 created the topic: Brand New RPL / PPL Student in Sydney

Hi all,

My name is Mark and I've just purchased the text books today, I have my class 2 medical with the local DAME on Friday and start my first flying lesson a week after that! I'm really excited and looking forward to the challenge of learning to fly. I'll be learning at the Australian Aerobatic Academy at Bankstown in a Robin for the RPL and then a Rockwell Commander for the PPL. Assuming I get through it all this will give me a PPL with Aerobatic, Constant speed and retract endorsements! I can't wait :)
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Stuart Tait replied the topic: Brand New RPL / PPL Student in Sydney

Welcome Mark

All the best on your future endeavours we be keen to hear how you go

Cheers
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harvard70 replied the topic: Brand New RPL / PPL Student in Sydney

Thanks Stuart :)
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sophiaedward64 replied the topic: Brand New RPL / PPL Student in Sydney

Welcome Mark.
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Sofeopka replied the topic: Brand New RPL / PPL Student in Sydney

Welcome Mark! Good Luck!
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bobtait replied the topic: Brand New RPL / PPL Student in Sydney

Welcome Mark. Look forward to working with you.

Bob
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