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  • St George area Cessna 182rg Cessna 182rg IFR autopilot only a hundred fifty hours since major overhaul, Hangered at hurricane 1/2 or 1/3 interest for sale 4jfc@sbcglobal.net
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    Date Created: 01/22/2019 02:28 AM

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My AME sent my packet in to the FAA on the first of this month, and I was wondering how long I'd need to wait for the FAA to come to a decision. Is it going to be months like I've seen some people say?

For me, it was DCA - Washington National. Back in the day (early 1990's), all you needed was a class B (or TCA) clearance to enter VFR. The same for departing.

On one particularly nice, but breezy spring day with the winds out of the east, I was cleared for takeoff on runway 3, maintain runway heading on climb out, until clear of P-56, then on course. On most days with a normal west wind, that clearance would take you just east of P-56. On this day, however, it was clear I would ...

Met an 85 yr old CFI - too, John Glenn flew in the space shuttle at 77.  Okay then - figured at 68 the least I could do is FINALLY learn to fly.
Planning on Instrument, Commercial and CFI certificates, but first - let's get that PPL.  Can't wait!
After 6 years of flying, I turned 50 and got my private pilot certificate just a couple of weeks apart. I love flying.  

I live in the Pittsburgh area, and I’m looking for planes to rent.  Particularly, planes that I can take an overnight trips? I have found plane rentals that I can do for just quick day trips.

anyone have any ideas what I can do short of buying my own plane? Thank you for the help.