[bvipilots] Re: A recommendation for the IYP flight deck booklet.

  • From: "Ron Kolesar" <kolesar16417@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <bvipilots@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2013 22:53:25 -0400

That is a deal. 
But where to go to get the list of licenses? 
I’ve tried both a google search and I’ve tried to find the info out on the FAA 
web page. 
Any suggestions on where to go next? 
Thanks.

Ron and current Leader Dog boz who states 
"that a service dog beats a cane paws down any day of the week."

From: Robert Cezar 
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 9:14 PM
To: bvipilots@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: [bvipilots] Re: A recommendation for the IYP flight deck booklet.

Hi, 

I'll make you a deal.

Since I don't have the time, you do the research, provide me with all of the 
data, and I'll integrate it.

Deal?

Please advise.

r :-)



On Tue, Oct 1, 2013 at 5:40 PM, Ron Kolesar <kolesar16417@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

  Hi Robert.
  For the flight deck booklet, could we do the following?
  Is there a list of all of the licenses out there to earn and how many flights 
it would take to earn that license?
  I think it would be nice for we who fly in the IYPVA mode to have such info 
at our fingertips.
  Say probably the first license or probably ticket would be the student pilot 
license or SPL.
  Then what is the next level and how many flights and or also how many hours 
does it take to earn that next license and so on.
  All the way up the ladder.
  For example.
  I have about 110 flights under my belt.
  I currently have my FAA-PPL or private Pilot's License or probably PPL.
  Am I correct that the next level would be my ATPL or Air Transpertation 
Pilot's License or ATPL?
  If so, how many flights and or how many hours would it take to earn that next 
ticket?
  Thanks.

  Ron and current Leader Dog boz who states
  "that a service dog beats a cane paws down any day of the week." 
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