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hello everyone , I am looking into the schools that are out there . and am starting at one of them in jan.2007 . i was told today by a friend and pilot . that if i train in a R22 . that is the only one i will be cert to fly . but if i train in a bell or others . i can fly any type . is this true ? if so , then it will impact my school scearch . any help on this would be great . thanks

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I think I am understanding you? Your friend ment you can fly anything with 200hrs in a Robbie with a short transition training course. But, if you have 200 hrs in a 300cbi you need 50 more hrs in a R22/R44 because of 14 CFR, Part 61, S.F.A.R. 73.

 

 

 

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hello everyone , I am looking into the schools that are out there . and am starting at one of them in jan.2007 . i was told today by a friend and pilot . that if i train in a R22 . that is the only one i will be cert to fly . but if i train in a bell or others . i can fly any type . is this true ? if so , then it will impact my school scearch . any help on this would be great . thanks

 

 

Dyno- you say this guy is a pilot ? Can you ask him where in the Fed Reg's he is reading that? Maybe he's dyslexic ( no offense to dyslexics, I just think someone has this back asswards )..

 

Goldy

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