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Train accelerated vs slow, which is better?

Hey there! So, picture this: I'm an instructor at Fly Accelerated, and here's a confession that might make you chuckle: I dropped a cool $30,000 and invested two years of my life just to get my private pilot checkout. Crazy, right? Let's dive into the madness.

 First off, my biggest blunder? No plan. Zero. Zilch. Nada. I figured I'd wing it (pun intended) with the school, rack up 40 hours, and ace that checkride. But boy, was I wrong. Turns out, winging it doesn't fly in aviation.


So, what went haywire? Time management was a joke. I was stuck flying once a week on average, thanks to weather woes and cancellations. That's like trying to learn to juggle with one ball. Not effective. Plus, the revolving door of CFIs at my school was like a bad sitcom. They were more focused on clocking hours than getting me airborne. Talk about turbulence!

Then, along comes Jamie, the genius behind Fly Accelerated. He cracked the code: fast-track training that won't drain your wallet. Imagine if I'd stumbled upon this gem earlier! Eight to fourteen days of intense, buckle-up-and-hold-on training – sure, it's like drinking from a firehose, but it gets the job done, and you'll have cash left over for a victory dance. In hindsight, I could've saved a boatload and shaved off years. Lesson learned: when it comes to pilot training, slow and steady doesn't always win the race.

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