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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty View Post
    I thought a learner pilot had to own the aircraft outright to use for their flight training? Except factory builts.

    Yeah that's correct if you're using it during training.

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    Sorry if I'm being slow but can I just clarify - if I am training on the aircraft it must be wholly owned by me and not part of a syndicate ( unless, of course, its the instructor's)?

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    If it's a kit built aircraft it must be wholly own by you or a very close family member if you want to learn on it. A share in a factory built aircraft can be used for training.

    It's just to stop crafty flying instructors training on kit builts by forming syndicates around them
    The best time to learn to fly was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.

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