Looks like there hasn't been much talk here on the forums lately about this school. Anyone have any recent 1st hand experience with the exception of "captain"?
Any and all applicable information regarding the school would be much appreciated. I.e. QOL, day to day living, instructors, cost etc.I recently completed my training at Accessible. If you have specific questions, I'll be more than happy to answer them. The one thing I will tell you is to wait until the weather gets cooler. It was murder this summer. It was 115 degrees in the Seneca for my commercial checkride. You can only spend so much time at 5000' before you have to come down.
I'm a current student...well, kind of. I just returned from a deployment from Iraq. I completed my intrument rating with Accessible back in February. I'm looking to complete my commercial rating after my wife has our thrid child!Looks like there hasn't been much talk here on the forums lately about this school. Anyone have any recent 1st hand experience with the exception of "captain"?
Wow, what a great compliment! We see N26481, N1390T and N5421K so often, they're programmed into our training simulator. I'm always open to coordinating with Carl to show my fellow pilots around the approach control.The controllers at Columbus are the greatest. As soon as they hear the N Numbers, they automatically give you a squawk code and "State your request". Welcome home Ricky!