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Fly in Germany and in U.S.A.

fly in Germany and in U.S.A

Fly in Germany

Fly in USA

  • High fuel prices, high landing fees etc.
  • JAR requires at least a second-class medical.
  • Limited mobility. For example: To fly VFR between EU countries a flight plan is required.
  • Wide acceptance.
  • Usually no landing fees at all.
  • FAA requires at least a third-class medical.
  • More than 18.000 GA airports in the US.
Destination No. 1 for Pilots in Northern Germany is Norderney.
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