Blog: European regulations will affect U.S. flight schools

10/13/2010 | Jetwhine.com

European regulations that will require European pilots to train in Europe could affect flight schools in the U.S., writes blogger Scott Spangler. U.S. flight schools offer a more affordable option for pilots in training, and they issue hundreds of certificates to European student pilots and private pilots each year. "Given the cost of flying in Europe, I doubt that, if enacted, the EASA regs will achieve its unspoken goal: increase enrollment at EU flight schools," writes Spangler.

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