Alabama news links: Auburn may not be able to operate pilot school;...

Aug 27, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Mobile Register Online

According to federal regulations, Auburn University's professional flight management program can no longer operate as a pilot school.

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Good, its a shitty flight school with shitty instructors. You'd be better off spending a few weeks in Atlanta than spending a year and a half in Auburn while an inexperienced college student, who thinks he's a good pilot is trying to decide if it is time to teach a trainee how to start an airplane.

AU's flight school is a money pit and a little more expensive than its competitors. They try to keep you as long as possible, regardless of how well you're performing.
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thks 4 ur information

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