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Pilots for Real?

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Insight Chief Captain

Ok,

I imagine this has been posted before at some point, but there are probably new members since the last time..

Is anyone on here or has anyone on here been a real pilot?

If so, what do / did you fly?

Cheers

Insight

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RobertDuggan Trainee

i wouldn't call myself a pilot as i only have 12 hours done, but it has to be the best experience of my life and fs2004 although cool doesn't come close. i fly a piper 'cherokee' PA28-140. she's old but nice to fly. i have a 'Student Pilot Licence' and i'm taking my first solo in two or three weeks. then i'll proudly call myself a pilot. i no there others who have more experience and hours an stuff but i said i'd reply anyway.

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Not a pilot,but have been let loose in a Robin Alpha 120T(under supervision of course Rolling Eyes ) Wink



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Sam (SamIntel) Captain

I'm not a real pilot yet, I have 11.8 hours. Most in a 172, some in a 152, and a Musketeer.

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jarred_01 Chief Captain

I'm starting to learn to fly, I have my first lesson on Saturday but it looks like it will have to be postponed as the weather forecast is rain. Crying or Very sad

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Jason (Av8r77) First Officer

Over 700 hours in total.

Currently fly Herc's...

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JTH First Officer

What are Herc's?

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

JTH wrote:

What are Herc's?

I think HERCULES of Lockheed.

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

jarred_01 wrote:

I'm starting to learn to fly, I have my first lesson on Saturday but it looks like it will have to be postponed as the weather forecast is rain. Crying or Very sad

Come on! They should let you fly with rain. When are you going to get used to it while flying if they don't let you fly with rain?

damon80 Guest

I've got about 12 hours under my belt - mainly in DH Chipmunks and the Scottish Aviation Bulldog, but flown the Vigilant powered glider too.

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Insight Chief Captain

lol

I love the concept of a "powered glider"

such a huge contradiction Smile

Don Wood Guest

I'm an old geezer that's been flying over 30 years. I currently fly a Cessna 172 around the western USA and have commercial, multi-engine, and instrument ratings. I have over 800 hours in 172's about 450 hours in the Cessna T-210, about 100 hours in the Beach Debonair, and about 220 hours in assorted light twins. As someone else said, FS9 is not realistic enough to log simulator time but I do use it to keep my instrument sacn sharp.

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Matthew Shope (mypilot) Chief Captain

Yeah, I'm pretty much the same as SamInel. I've flown 152, 172, Piper Arrow.

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Jared Captain

Well im taking lessons currently in a 172 and maybe a 152.

Thats me on the left

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Matthew Shope (mypilot) Chief Captain

I thought I read that your first lesson was post poned for 2 weeks due to rain?

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jarred_01 Chief Captain

mypilot wrote:

I thought I read that your first lesson was post poned for 2 weeks due to rain?

You must me getting confused between member 'Jared' and me, 'jarred_01'. Laughing

'Jared' is currently having flying lessons (the picture on the previous page of this thread) while I, (jarred_01) was supposed to have it on Saturday the 26th but it has been postponed 2 weeks due to wet weather.

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Matthew Shope (mypilot) Chief Captain

Embarassed My bad, your right.

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