You can do the exams online at whatever place is acceptable to the invigilator. (Who must be present.)
Me and a flying friend is thinking of visiting Belgium during ascension holiday and would love to get some trip advice. We’ll be flying a C172S and are both IR rated, so IFR airports are always nice but not a requirement, as we are planning for blue skies and warm temperatures during our stay ;)
We will have 1-2 days to explore and since we both are into road biking, we are planning to rent two roadbikes for at least one of the days and do biking. Also, since I haven’t been in those areas before, any WW1/WW2 sites to visit is always interesting.
I found Oostende in some other thread as a good GA choice, but any other suggestions are most welcome! Thanks in advance!
2 years ago I posted our intention to fly to Sweden for a 5-6 days trip. We received a lot of interesting tips and advices. Because of COVID we sort of last minute canceled the trip, but now it is on again. So maybe you have additional or changed tips? We fly C182, VFR, and are also looking for nice restaurants….
Also I would appreciate tips on fuelling. We fly from Netherlands, and a stop in Germany rather than Danmark was already advised. Very keen to hear your ideas
Is there any school in any country that allows you to sit all the 9 EASA PPL written exams online and have those results count towards getting your PPL?
It appears something like this exists for CAA, but was looking for something like that for EASA
Later edit: by online, I mean to sit the exams online, for example from home.
This one popped up on UK social media… no more info.
This was promised for Pontoise years ago when that airline from Shoreham to Paris was operating, but nothing happened and the airline shut down.
Otherwize Namur (EBNM) and Ch…