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starting on CPL

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Flightsurgeon created the topic: starting on CPL

Hello everyone, Ive now passed PPL theory. Awaiting time to do the flight test but weather in Darwin is not good at the moment
I am therefore doing the study for the CPL exams starting with navigation

Is the bob tait book enough to get through or do I need other material
Are there specific navigation exam papers available through the website?
I have seen the forum on other tips relating to what the exam constitutes so unless the nature of the exam has altered should be fine
in knowing its structure
Any thoughts to help my journey would be great.
Kind regards

Ravi Mahajani
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  • John.Heddles
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John.Heddles replied the topic: starting on CPL

Well done, Ravi, on getting the PPL material out of the way. I can well understand the practical difficulties involved in fitting everything in.

The CPL material via the site should address the exam study adequately. You might also run some Google searches as there is lots of pertinent material available for supplementary reading.

Engineering specialist in aircraft performance and weight control.
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Flightsurgeon replied the topic: starting on CPL

many thanks as always
Kind regards

Ravi
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