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Old 02-10-2009, 08:31 AM
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Default RE: Best beginner aircraft...

This comment, made in my post above, is not meant to disparage anyone here at RCU: "Just remember: Pay closer attention to what your instructor tells you, than the people here"!

What I mean by this, is: It is always best for a beginner to have one instructor. As can be seen here at RCU, if you have two people, you WILL have two opinions. This only adds confusion to the process of learning to fly! Once the beginner is flying alone, no longer needing the guidance of his instructor, then fine, you are no-longer undermining the expertise of the instructor.

Does anyone here, disagree with the merits of this philosophy?