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Diva Pilots?

SkiGAP

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Hey Divas,

Any private or professional pilots (fixed, rotary, powered, non-powered) on the forum?
 

eclaire

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Not a pilot but DH is and we do a lot of flying together. I considered becoming licensed but don't really want to devote the time and money to it right now as we're in the middle of building an RV-7.
 

SkiGAP

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Nice! Good to know! I figured with all of the interest in travel and the outdoors there might be some. I am licensed in France and fly more or less each week.
 

SkiGAP

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Just got back from a double flight day - a quick one in the Aquila AT10 two seater just for fun, and then an instructional flight in a Cirrus SR20 - I am getting checked out on that one as it is the aircraft in which I plan to do my IFR - and then use for my longer trips. Anyway, beautiful views of the Pyrenees - there are major avy warnings in the mountains right now, so with that type of snow you can imagine how good they look from 3000 feet and only a few miles off.

I am driving into the Pyrenees tomorrow to test out the snow from the ground :-)
 

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