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Emily Wood
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Female student pilot with a weekly training blog
Female student pilot with a weekly training blog

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Epilogue
What happens next? As I’d gone back home to Sheffield I applied for a temporary
job working at NEXT again as who knew how long I’d have to wait, heard horror
stories of it taking years to find an airline job and I needed my license
before I could even apply...
Epilogue
Epilogue
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MCC/JOC
For the sake of my own TO DO list I finally have to tick
this off (Sorry for the loooong hiatus; out flying!) The final phase of the intergrated course at Oxford is the MCC/JOC
(Multi-crew cooperation and jet orientation course), which for AP365 fell right
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MCC/JOC
MCC/JOC
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Course Overview
Course Overview
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Instrument Rating - Passed!
The day is here, I'm the first of Alan’s students to be
taking the test so I feel like a bit of a guinea pig, I'm also the first flight
of the day so although that means I have an early start and need to A check the
plane, there’s not too much time for the ...
Instrument Rating - Passed!
Instrument Rating - Passed!
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IFR routes, sims and Progress test 6!
I had a flight in the pouring rain and it felt wrong!
Although we’re always under the most extreme IFR conditions in the sim, flying
into it in real life takes guts. The rain was obscuring the runway centreline
and getting stuck behind the square of anti-ic...
IFR routes, sims and Progress test 6!
IFR routes, sims and Progress test 6!
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IR phase at Oxford Airport
IR phase at Oxford Airport
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SEP and bye bye Arizona
You have the option to do a SEP (single engine piston) test
whilst out in America (for an additional cost) I want to keep flying when I'm
back in England so decided it would be a good idea, it’s in the Archer’s and
practice area which we’re very familiar wi...
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CPL tests!!!
After my little intermission of a few Archer flights, I was
back on track and had one more lesson with Casey to get back into ‘Seminole
mode’. We went to my favourite airport; Ak Chin to yet again practice circuits
and engine failures which were getting to ...
CPL tests!!!
CPL tests!!!
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Growing Pains
 Time to move on to the twin engine Piper Seminole stage of
my flying!! Things I'm afraid of: Forgetting to put my landing gear down.  Aside from the second engine, there are quite a lot of new
things for us to get used to; the cockpit layout is different, ...
Growing Pains
Growing Pains
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APS Upset Recovery training! Cue Extra 300!
After a few days off recovering from PT4, a few of us went
to Gateway Airport (uh oh, my favourite….) to complete the upset recovery
module of the course. This was a part I was really excited about; I've always
wanted to have a play with an Extra300! I felt...
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