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Completely regardless of your opinions on the BHPA

I attended the BHPA revision lecture prior to taking my pilot power exam yesterday;

Spoken by Michel carnet - a very respected pilot , the lecture provides a very informative aspect to all of the points in the syllabus

The lecture was clear, informative, not In the slightest bit yawn inducing and personally I think all new pilots would benefit from attending one regardless of whether or not they are doing the exam or not ...

Would I be as controversial as saying that all new pilots should attend one ??

Yes I would --- I know plenty of self taught pilots - good pilots - that might learn something that could be the difference between a good flight and a disaster

I've been flying 6 years now .. But that was £35 very well spent .

Many thanks to Michel carnet for giving up what was a good flying day and giving an excellent lecture

Ps -- those rich tea biscuits were dam fine !

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Completely regardless of your opinions on the BHPA

I attended the BHPA revision lecture prior to taking my pilot power exam yesterday;

I had my name down for that and was sorry to miss it, but I had to take my first opportunity in eight weeks and continue my flying training, so I spoke to Michel mid-week and he agreed I could be flexible depending on the weather. What a reasonable bloke.

I hope he does another one down South soon.

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Completely regardless of your opinions on the BHPA

I attended the BHPA revision lecture prior to taking my pilot power exam yesterday;

Spoken by Michel carnet - a very respected pilot , the lecture provides a very informative aspect to all of the points in the syllabus

The lecture was clear, informative, not In the slightest bit yawn inducing and personally I think all new pilots would benefit from attending one regardless of whether or not they are doing the exam or not ...

Would I be as controversial as saying that all new pilots should attend one ??

Yes I would --- I know plenty of self taught pilots - good pilots - that might learn something that could be the difference between a good flight and a disaster

I've been flying 6 years now .. But that was £35 very well spent .

Many thanks to Michel carnet for giving up what was a good flying day and giving an excellent lecture

Ps -- those rich tea biscuits were dam fine !

I agree, it was a very good lecture and I learned a lot :-)

Only remember seeing an empty packet of richtea's though! not sure how that happened ;-)

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