AUS CPL-H to FAA

Looking for some info on converting to or from an Aussie Flight Crew License?
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AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby CyclicH145 » Tue Feb 8 2022, 09:50

Hi all

anyone done a AUS CPL-H to FAA? Keen to chat. please DM with an email/phone

Ta
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby TreeTrimmer » Tue Feb 8 2022, 10:33

PM Sent
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby Little Bird » Wed Feb 9 2022, 15:12

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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby helihangar » Fri Feb 11 2022, 07:19

Hi,

I would be keen on this information aswell please.
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby choppermech1986 » Fri Feb 11 2022, 20:03

Jerry Trimble in Oregon. Fast and affordable.

On behalf of all that have come before and all that will follow, don't be a f*wit, be humble and try not to f it up for the next guy.
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby UnObvious » Fri Feb 11 2022, 22:59

choppermech1986 wrote:Jerry Trimble in Oregon. Fast and affordable.

On behalf of all that have come before and all that will follow, don't be a f*wit, be humble and try not to f it up for the next guy.


What he said. Jerry is great.
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby FerrariFlyer » Sat Feb 12 2022, 05:08

choppermech1986 wrote:Jerry Trimble in Oregon. Fast and affordable.

On behalf of all that have come before and all that will follow, don't be a f*wit, be humble and try not to f it up for the next guy.


What's happened in the past?
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Postby Colin Leggett » Sat Feb 12 2022, 06:24

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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby Firefish » Wed Feb 16 2022, 01:44

Jerry Trimble for sure. Make sure you check out the museum across the road. It’s awesome.
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby rotorbird » Mon Oct 17 2022, 05:28

Could I grab some of this info too please, cheers!
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby CyclicH145 » Mon Oct 17 2022, 13:50

rotorbird wrote:Could I grab some of this info too please, cheers!


was the biggest ball ache ever!
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby havick » Mon Oct 17 2022, 16:15

Going straight to an FAA ATP is much easier than to a CPL assuming you have all the night and instrument requirements per part 61.
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby TreeTrimmer » Wed Oct 19 2022, 06:15

PM sent rotorbird.
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby Dunowho » Fri Jan 19 2024, 00:34

Would someone be able to DM me. Have a few questions as I’m in process right now of doing this.

Cheers
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Re: AUS CPL-H to FAA

Postby av8r » Fri Jan 19 2024, 06:40

DM sent.

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