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Africa: Do You Need a Handbook For Bush Flying?

“Low timer pilots handbook to bush flying?,” Bush Pilot in Swakopund asks: “I was wondering if any of you would be interested in an e-book that has all the information about the where's, how's and what's of the job hunt in Botswana, Namibia, Tanzania (and also some other information I have).

  • http://maunpilot.blogspot.com/ Csanad

    Well, here it is:
    Are you a low time pilot? Are you struggling to get that very first job? Did you ever consider bush flying in Africa?
    Did you know that there are some countries like Botswana and Namibia, where a low houred pilot (2-300 TT) can get a flying job and quickly boost the logbook from 200 to 1000 hours in a year? Here is the guide to everything you always wanted to know about scoring that first pilot job in Namibia or Maun, Botswana. The tips and tricks of going to getting from dreamer to achiver in the African bush. There is a Cessna 206 or a Cessna 210 waiting for you as well. Get your copy of the Low Time Pilots Guide to African Bush Flying today!
    http://maunpilot.blogspot.com/2012/02/low-time-pilots-guide-to-african-bush.html

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