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About shumway1976

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  1. I think it could be something to do with the category / purpose of the flight. If it's private purpose for personal use go ahead, fly single engine across the ocean. If public transport where fare paying passengers are involved then definitely the law/requirements will be "upped"
  2. If I'm not mistaken from the looks of things only FAS udara flying club & Air adventure flying club are the ones still active (not during this MCO season of course). You can check out their websites, though FAS udara website looks a bit dated.
  3. Why not check out the flying clubs at Subang instead of looking at flying schools.
  4. After closing down Subang MRO and massively downsizing it's workforce, MAB doesn't even have enough manpower to maintain it's own aircraft. And it was Subang MRO that held lots of foreign authority approval, all gone when they closed. Good luck trying to get it back...
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