CPL flight test
It has been an awesome journey already, but last week I passed my EASA CPL flight test to be able to get paid for flying helicopters! I passed my EASA CPL(H) skills test with UK CAA Examiner Richard Craske! It feels great to finally reach this milestone.

But the journey is far from over. Next step is to get about 30 hours in, hopefully as a commercial pilot, after which I will start my flight instructor course and then all my training at Helicentre is done!

This last step will probably take longer than I would like to, but I am almost there! Thanks to all the people who helped me get this far in my life. It has definitely not been easy, but I enjoyed and enjoy every minute of it!  Here are some photos of my last couple of flying adventures:


Update soon!


Categories: Journeys

Jop Dingemans

AW169 HEMS Commander | Founder of Pilots Who Ask Why | Aerospace Engineer | Former Flight Instructor


Marieke Vredendaal · July 6, 2015 at 5:26 AM

Practig! Trots op jou, JOP!

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