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Old 03-20-2019, 11:01 AM   #121  
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It’s been 10 years since that flight, February 12, 2009. I’m an aspiring Commercial Pilot with low hours; working on IFR and Commercial now hoping to make a career change from L.E. and fly in Alaska someday. I have absolutly no gripe with the 1500 hour rule and think it is a good. I can’t imagine the confidence, experience, and lessons a pilot will learn from 250 to 1500. Exponential in my opinion. Like another poster said, it may have been one of the best things for avialtion (wages, QOL, etc.), unfortunatly, as a result of circumstances and lives lost. I’m looking forward to gaining the knowledge, skills, abilities, and Earning It!

God Bless All lost on the flight.

That’s the correct attitude to have.

Very refreshing.
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