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hi guys
a dream comes true : I succeeded yesterday my flight test for my private licence !
I've dreamed this moment for 10 years : it's never too late!

I'm so glad that I wanted to share with you and thanks all the generous guys on this forum who helped me.

I still have a "little rudder to practice" and things will come with time

now in route for the commercial and I hope the next good news will be for my first aviation job...

:wink:
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Congratulations!!!

Free advice: when you carry passengers (and it's likely it's their first time in a light aircraft) remember that first impressions last. Please fly gently and smoothly - don't try to impress them and spin them on their first flight, ok? :wink:

P.S. When the wind is howling across the runway, get a senior instructor and learn how to land on just the upwind main tire.
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Hedley wrote:Congratulations!!!

Free advice: when you carry passengers (and it's likely it's their first time in a light aircraft) remember that first impressions last. Please fly gently and smoothly - don't try to impress them and spin them on their first flight, ok? :wink:

P.S. When the wind is howling across the runway, get a senior instructor and learn how to land on just the upwind main tire.
thanks for your advice : I just practice rodeo when I'm alone :wink: and I like people to feel safe and enjoying the show
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Congrats on a successful flight test! Don't stop hitting the books and it won't be so tough of a journey on your way to CPL. Good job!

Who's your first passenger going to be?
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Adam Oke wrote: Who's your first passenger going to be?
thanks Adam
I don't know yet, mmm.... I guess my girl friend ? 8)
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way to go

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Way to go!! I remember those good old days! Fly safe and have fun!
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Congratulations!!!!!

Fly safe, have fun, and keep reading the manual of the plane over and over again. Actually, from the ground up is good to keep reading as well.

Good Job!

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I don't know yet, mmm.... I guess my girl friend ?
No posting under the Mile High thread after the first flight! Not yet anyhow... :wink:
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Congrats on your PPL. Im just 6 hrs away from having mine, cant wait
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You beat me to it Pika - hhhhmmmmmmm night flying hhhhmmmmmmmmm!
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Congrats.... ladies and gentlement I'd like to welcome another to the club
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