I do. Got my private licence some years ago. Unfortunately it's now lapsed.
I haven't flown, for a good many years. At that time, in the USA, the license was good for life, the physical exam was good for two years. What has changed.
I got my licence through the Civil Aviation Authority in the UK. I'm not even sure if they exist any more as they were being superceded by JAA at the time. I'm pretty sure that to keep the licence valid I have to log x number of hours flying within the previous 12 months. There's also a requirement to have a periodic medical. Since it's been years since I last flew, and my last medical (for the sake of my pilots licence) was long ago, I'm pretty sure it's now invalid.
Yes, thepeople who are pilots on Ep know how to fly aircraft.
Not me! Two of y roommates are pilots though. One of them is on her multi-engine commercial rating and the other is almost done with IFR.
Naval Air, six years.
I do. Have a pilot’s license for fixed wing single and multiengine (VFR/IFR) as well as rotary aircraft (VFR).
Yes thanks for asking
yes. I have a commercial pilot lisense for single and multiengine, fixed wing, land airplane with an instrument rating.