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Providing flight instruction on a "N" aircraft towards an EASA license in Europe

It's legal. Refer to 14 CFR § 61.3(d)(3)(v): A flight instructor certificate issued under this part is not necessary [...] Under paragraph (d)(2)(iii) of this section, if the training is given by an ...
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Is 40+ too old to start a Commercial Pilot career?

It's technically never too late to start a commercial career, I know people who quit and became instructors in their 40s, one in his 50s, and were happy they did it. One branched out and started ...
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Is 40+ too old to start a Commercial Pilot career?

At 44 and just started PPL your chance to go for Airline Pilot is very slim. You competitors are either 20 years younger or have 20 years worth of flight time plus Type Ratings under their belts. The ...
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Is 40+ too old to start a Commercial Pilot career?

There are a lot of careers in aviation where you can fly an airplane and not be at an airline. Airlines have an age restriction, these options do not. Fly charter under Part 135. Always get to fly ...
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