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Spring cleaning
by Chief CFI - Wednesday, 16 April 2014, 07:54 PM
 

We just completed Spring cleaning. The databases of questions have been updated.

There are no major changes. Most changes relate to new question formulation or more questions on an already addressed subject.

 
Chief CFI
Happy Thanksgiving
by Chief CFI - Friday, 23 November 2012, 01:55 AM
 

The database of questions has been updated!

There are no dramatically different questions and answers however some questions are formulated in a slightly new manner.

 
Chief CFI
Happy New Year
by Chief CFI - Saturday, 31 December 2011, 12:18 AM
 

May 2012 be filled with new or additional pilot ratings for each one of you. Cherish each one of your flights as gifts of knowledge and pure joy.

Tailwinds and blue skies throughout 2012.

 

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