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After grounding myself over 2 years ago for medical reasons, and only having flown 2.5 hours in the last half of 2018 and 1.6 hours last year accompanied by an instructor and having sold my plane.

With no recurrence of my medical condition for over 18 months, and the approval of my Doctor, I decided that it was time to try again.

In the last 4 weeks I have flown 5.8 hours in 2 different aircraft and am feeling confident in both my health and my flying.

It is wonderful to get back up there a do what I love doing.

 

I do not regret grounding myself or selling my plane, as both were done for the right reasons, but I did not realise how much I missed flying.

But I am back now and looking forward to the next chapter of my flying journey.

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After grounding myself over 2 years ago for medical reasons, and only having flown 2.5 hours in the last half of 2018 and 1.6 hours last year accompanied by an instructor and having sold my plane.

With no recurrence of my medical condition for over 18 months, and the approval of my Doctor, I decided that it was time to try again.

In the last 4 weeks I have flown 5.8 hours in 2 different aircraft and am feeling confident in both my health and my flying.

It is wonderful to get back up there a do what I love doing.

 

I do not regret grounding myself or selling my plane, as both were done for the right reasons, but I did not realise how much I missed flying.

But I am back now and looking forward to the next chapter of my flying journey.

Great result!

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Different headsets lol. I bought the rec flying ones first then later on bought some EQ1's.

I was cleaning out the shed last week and came across the RF ones so decided to move them on.

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I've had a 2 RF headsets for 5 years & they are equal to any PNR headset around I reckon. Very good gel seals keep the noise level down well.

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After grounding myself over 2 years ago for medical reasons, and only having flown 2.5 hours in the last half of 2018 and 1.6 hours last year accompanied by an instructor and having sold my plane.

With no recurrence of my medical condition for over 18 months, and the approval of my Doctor, I decided that it was time to try again.

In the last 4 weeks I have flown 5.8 hours in 2 different aircraft and am feeling confident in both my health and my flying.

It is wonderful to get back up there a do what I love doing.

 

I do not regret grounding myself or selling my plane, as both were done for the right reasons, but I did not realise how much I missed flying.

But I am back now and looking forward to the next chapter of my flying journey.

 

Go Geoff. Great to hear you're airborne again!

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