Guest DCNeville Posted October 8, 2008 Share Posted October 8, 2008 I obtained my PPL shortly after finishing a Math/Physics degree at university. Now I have a few dollars I am contemplating becoming a Professional Pilot. Aside from deciding what part of the sky I can feasibly to claim as my own, I am trying to figure our my training options. I see several different tracks: 1. Enrol at an establish flying school full time for 12-18 months. 2. Enrol at an established "Fast Track" school and a. CPL 18 weeks the Multi-Engine/Instrument at 22 weeks. b. and full jet at 28 weeks. 3. Get flight training at a local flying club, maybe a half share in twin engine. 4. One of the above, but overseas? 5. other ? Over the next few weeks I will be doing the ground work for this career change. I will contact the local clubs and talk to their instructors in the Brisbane QLD area. But any further pointers and hints would be greatly appreciated. Please advice. Regards DCN Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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