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skidz00
09-10-2015, 01:21 PM
Hi,

I'm looking to do about 60 night hours, about 50% will be simulated instrument and the rest can be as safety pilot. I'm looking to do this quickly. Perhaps 2 x 2.5 hour flights per night. I'm also open to just being a safety pilot but would expect the other person to cover the cost of the whole night flight if that is the case.

I'm currently in Maine and MAY be able to access a c152 but am also prepared to travel to you if you have access to a well maintained and cheap aircraft.

Please state the following in response;

- Number of hours you want to instrument fly and number of hours you are prepared to fly as safety pilot while i instrument fly

- Days of availability and when you can start

- Contact phone number

Cheers.

T


krudawg
09-11-2015, 08:44 PM
Yeah, good luck with that.

skidz00
09-12-2015, 05:50 AM
I'm new to the fixed wing world from Rotary and curious why krudawg would make a sarcastic comment regarding my post?

Am I being unrealistic or overlooking something in attempting to try and find someone to share night building with in a low cost single engine airplane?

Any non sarcastic advice greatly appreciated.