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Old 06-17-2013, 11:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wondering. Private, Instrument, Commercial, etc.....
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Does it makes a difference among diecast collectors, or simply aviation lovers?
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Well that is a given I suppose

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I don't recall if when registering for the forum the question of whether one is an actual pilot is asked. I would think the only way to answer your question, aside from random responses, would be if the answer were contained in a database of subscribers. Even at that, someone may not wish to share that detail about themselves. As for me, I am not a pilot, through almost any time I show my collection to someone, they naturally ask. Truth is, I have probably flown fewer than twenty times in my life, and I always experience some anxiety when I do. Still, love the airplanes, just love 'em.
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I have had my PPL since December and currently have around 95-ish hours.
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Just wondering. Private, Instrument, Commercial, etc.....
Private, single engine, land.......

Although, haven't flown for a few years, too damn expensive!
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Private, single engine, land.......

Although, haven't flown for a few years, too damn expensive!
That reminds me. Have you completely recovered from your fall? You had stated it might be difficult for you to fly because of the extent of the injury. Hope that's not the case.
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That reminds me. Have you completely recovered from your fall? You had stated it might be difficult for you to fly because of the extent of the injury. Hope that's not the case.
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I think that a love for aircraft and aviation is the one thing that all model aircraft collectors share in common. It has very, very little to do with the individual's profession. I have met far far far more people who are in no way at all connected professionally or even recreationally with flying, who are avid model collectors than those who do actually fly. In fact,personally I only know one other professional pilot who collects diecast models. I know another two personally who build plastic kits. I've found that most of my colleagues try to stay as far away from aviation-related passtimes in their off time, and they all have some other recreation like cars, gym,sports of one kind or another, a sideline business, or even drinking...
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Around 25 accumulated hours to my PPL, in Cessna 150s, but I can't afford to finish it
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I would love to start flying in another year or so if I have the money. If it takes me there, I would love a career in it to. In a perfect world, I would start in the Air Force and then move on to commercial flying.
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Well,FAA(USA) ATPL for Airplanes and Helicopters including Multi/Instrument and Cessna Citation 500 and Eclipse 500 type ratings and JAA (UK) ATPL with M/IR for both Airplanes and Helicopters with H300 and MD500 type ratings with 5,500 total time with 1950 Hrs in BN 2 Islanders including 1500 Hrs in Helicopters,500 Hrs in Live Power Line Wash (MD500E) and a long time expired Kenya ATPL for airplanes, serious Collector and owner of few flying toys,Questions?????

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I fly the 777 for EL AL.... and then the alarm clock wakes me up and reality sets in. I am pretty sure we all share the same dream.
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I fly the 777 for EL AL.... and then the alarm clock wakes me up and reality sets in. I am pretty sure we all share the same dream.
My dream is similar, but it is Concorde for Air France.
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Does it makes a difference among diecast collectors, or simply aviation lovers?
I don't think it makes a difference at all. I do know, though, there are a number of actual commercial pilots and cabin crew who frequent this forum. Our gain is their first-hand knowledge, for which I am most grateful.

I have to add, though, I wanted to be a commercial pilot from the time I was around 13 or so. I still see the air crews walking by in the airport and I'm still slightly envious. Of course, being much older, that just isn't going to ever happen for me, (plus I realized much later that it can be quite the arduous career choice) so . . . I live vicariously through my 1:200 model aircraft. Besides, being the Creative Director of my own Design firm is quite satisfying at many different levels.

I think the thing that lightly annoys me sometimes, is when I'm up at Aviation World looking at the models/books/DVDs and in my little dream-world, I see a complete uniformed flight crew roll in. I feel like shouting out to them: Hey! . . . you guys who are living my dream can't come in here. Dreamers only!'
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I think that a love for aircraft and aviation is the one thing that all model aircraft collectors share in common. It has very, very little to do with the individual's profession. I have met far far far more people who are in no way at all connected professionally or even recreationally with flying, who are avid model collectors than those who do actually fly. In fact,personally I only know one other professional pilot who collects diecast models. I know another two personally who build plastic kits. I've found that most of my colleagues try to stay as far away from aviation-related passtimes in their off time, and they all have some other recreation like cars, gym,sports of one kind or another, a sideline business, or even drinking...
Other than Dylan, I can only venture a guess that many pilots, ex-pilots and others working or retired from the industry do purchase build kit(s) and/or ready-made model(s) of their liking. As an enthusiast, it's always fun to talk with someone in the industry because it's easier to understand or relate to them on a given topic.

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Well,FAA(USA) ATPL for Airplanes and Helicopters including Multi/Instrument and Cessna Citation 500 and Eclipse 500 type ratings and JAA (UK) ATPL with M/IR for both Airplanes and Helicopters with H300 and MD500 type ratings with 5,500 total time with 1950 Hrs in BN 2 Islanders including 1500 Hrs in Helicopters,500 Hrs in Live Power Line Wash (MD500E) and a long time expired Kenya ATPL for airplanes, serious Collector and owner of few flying toys,Questions?????

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graduated Embry Riddle Aero Science..I HAD an FE rating type rated on the 727 but looooooong expired....2000 plus hrs...
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graduated Embry Riddle Aero Science..I HAD an FE rating type rated on the 727 but looooooong expired....2000 plus hrs...
What airline did you work for?
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What airline did you work for?
I didnt...at the time Embry Riddle had a co op with EAL
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I didnt...at the time Embry Riddle had a co op with EAL
So you trained FEs for Eastern?
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no I went through their FE program
Your short explanations are confusing. Sorry for asking.
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Wow I feel like I'm being interrogated!!! No I did not train anyone for EAL.. Back in 81 when I graduated ERAU they offered a flight engineers school which was a coop with EASTERN airlines. I graduated and passed the ground school portion but never worked for, trained anyone or flew for Eastern.. I was a cfi for a few years and got out of flying in 1984 because of a near fatal mid air..
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Wow I feel like I'm being interrogated!!! No I did not train anyone for EAL.. Back in 81 when I graduated ERAU they offered a flight engineers school which was a coop with EASTERN airlines. I graduated and passed the ground school portion but never worked for, trained anyone or flew for Eastern.. I was a cfi for a few years and got out of flying in 1984 because of a near fatal mid air..
I can say with confidence that Miles Russell's interrogation of his Uncle Buck has me beat by a long shot! John Candy Gets interrogated (HD) - YouTube. But, aside from interrogational conspiracy theories or the seemingly fragile nature of communicating online, my general interest lies in talking shop with members about our experiences on any given topic. When you mentioned ERAU/EAL, the historical aspect of my interest in the aviation industry spiked because of co-op programs between schools and airlines. Thanks.
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I have piloted a 172 a few times (under the watchfull supervision of an instructor of course), I would love to do it more, but it is just SO expensive. I also have about 800 hours on FSX with full realistic settings and a yoke/throttle quadrant, but that doesn't count.
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I'm an instructor here in NZ. Just on the 172 and Katana at the moment. Guess that's the reason I can't afford any diecast! Scott
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I have only 4000hrs...
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