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Police_1__sq90_1__max50

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Posted almost 7 years ago

 

I'm working on my PPL and I'm curious can a student have two CFI's training them on two different planes lets say a 150 and a 152 to speeed up the process.. I have one good instructor if it wasn't so hard to meet up with him for lessons......justa a gee I wonder question


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100_2704_max50

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Rate This | Posted over 6 years ago

 

Don't see why not. so long as you get your 1st chair hrs in and pass your check ride, I don't think the FAA will care.

Mmp_race_04

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Rate This | Posted over 6 years ago

 

My wife did that very thing. Ended up using three CFIs and two aircraft. A 152 and Piper Archer. I don't think it matters as Payner said..

Police_1__sq90_1__max50

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Rate This | Posted over 6 years ago

 

thnaks for the input I'm in northern ohio so flying has been slim anyway at this point


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Rate This | Posted over 6 years ago

 

no problem actually good idea

Donutcop_max50

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Rate This | Posted over 6 years ago

 

I used one primary and a second as a stand in when the primary wasn't available. Never thought about it, but more varied experience sounds good! ohcop, this has been a while. You finish PPL yet?

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Rate This | Posted about 6 years ago

 

I dont think it matters bro. I am using 2 CFI's. When my primary instructor isn't available, I call my other guy...they dont seem to mind.

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Rate This | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

Time is time. Doesn't matter who you get it with or in what aircraft. Remember though, one of those CFIs will have to sign you off to take your check ride.

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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago

 

That's the understanding that I have.  So long as one of the instructors signs off on you it shouldn't be an issue. 

Police_1__sq90_1__max50

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Rate This | Posted over 5 years ago

 

Thanks evereyone  for the help   I thought  I could but  figured I'd  ask -unbias'ed  parties......     AND  for those wondering  nope still haven't  finished yet....    thanks to  "other"  expenses  like  kids college   my training has been put on hold  for a little while ....   always  sport pilot   I guess


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