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FAA's Facility Operation and Administration says (emphasis mine): Part-time facilities must establish procedures for opening and closing their facilities. The procedures must be coordinated with the facility having IFR jurisdiction and must include, as a minimum, the following: a. Broadcast an announcement upon resuming/terminating service on appropriate ...


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I gave an intro flight to a man with ADHD who wanted to become a pilot. He loved it so much we started lessons. On lesson #1 he realized that he was unable to focus enough to complete the after start checklist. So he and I decided to call it quits right after engine start. Actually, he realized it wasn't going to work before I had said anything. This man did ...


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If you hold an FAA issued PPL from that era, it’s is not subject to any expiration dates or limitations per §61.7 and §61.11. If you need to check the status of your airman certificate, you may do so using the the FAA’s online airman database. If you need a replacement airman certificate, you can contact the FAA and request one online for very little ...


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As noted in the comments the only legal things you need to take care of are getting a valid medical and a BFR sign off. AOPA has lots of info on getting back into it. There are a few more things to note: Type rated for Cessna 150/152/172/172RGII Also as noted in the comments the Cessna's you have listed here dont require a type rating so your license is ...


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