Flying Stateside: Training and Flying in the USA

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Flying Stateside: Training and Flying in the USA

July 23, 2018 By Paul Southwick
Flying in the USA is a dream of many Australian pilots. AOPA PILOT AUSTRALIA takes a look at what’s involved in gaining your license stateside.
The AOPA PILOT AUSTRALIA Editor has held a US PPL pilot licence, or in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) speak “certificate” since 1999. An FAA rule change after 911, ...This content...

The AOPA PILOT AUSTRALIA Editor has held a US PPL pilot licence, or in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) speak “certificate” since 1999. An FAA rule change after 911, ...

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Paul Southwick

Paul M Southwick is the editor of AOPA PILOT Australia magazine and a world-leading aviation journalist. From a flying family, his father was a RNZAF pilot in WWII. Based in Melbourne, Paul learnt to fly in New Zealand on a Cessna 152 and holds New Zealand, Australian and US licences. He has flown and tested scores of types, and specialises in telling readers what it actually feels like to fly a particular aircraft. Currently Paul is flying a Cirrus SR22.

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