On Friday, November 1, 2019, Ronald Put <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Rogier Carper had his first flight lesson on May 27, solo-ed on July 17 and passed his check ride on October 30th in N734BN.
a couple of hours oral examination, a planned flight to KFAT which
(unsurprisingly) got diverted to F72 and some t&g and air work
shenanigans, Rich Conté decided he had seen enough and deemed Rogier
worthy of the sought after private pilot license.
Congratulations to Richard Cziva. Her wife gave birth to their beautiful daughter last Monday! Apparently there is no better time to do the final preparations for a checkride. After sleeping 3-4 hours a day, he didn’t really pass the S in IMSAFE, but he did pass his private pilot checkride with Ken Cobbs at O22. It was a relatively cool day at Columbia, the temperature barely exceeded 100 degrees and the density altitude was only a bit above 5000ft. Now time to order a headset for the baby.
a toaster-oven-hot day at KMCC, after he first made sure all his self
manufactured C172 checklists were properly attached to the carefully
placed velcro tabs on the brow of the instrument panel on 9UL, Zoltan
Olah took Richard Conté (DPE) up for a flight. After the usual air work
and pattern shenanigans Richard deemed the performance worthy and issued
Zoltan his temporary private pilot license.
I’m happy to announce that Benj Bellon passed his private pilot check ride on Wed, June 12!
went in with a 98% score on his written and, as expected with such a
high written exam score, the oral portion was super fast. After less than 1.5 hours flying time, Rich Conte (DPE) deemed Benj “a very good pilot”.