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bluSkye

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Is age 65 a limiting Factor; Part 135, Corporate, Part 91 ?
Best training for ME Commercial in Northeast or other?
Want quality training with syllabus, C-310, Seneca, Apache , 2007T does it matter?
 

Plata

Well-Known Member
You can fly Part 91 and Part 135 after age 65. Realistically, you probably won’t want to: normal aging and the desire to pursue personal interests might compel you to stop flying for a living around 65. That’s not to say that people don’t fly for a living well past 65, but there aren’t great numbers of them.
 

Flyinthrew

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Is age 65 a limiting Factor; Part 135, Corporate, Part 91 ?
Best training for ME Commercial in Northeast or other?
Want quality training with syllabus, C-310, Seneca, Apache , 2007T does it matter?
Welcome to the site. I've never been up there, but Action Multi in Groton, CT seems to have a good reputation. 90% of my civilian instructing here in NC is Commercial Multi Add-ons. Your profile says you're private with 850 hours. I'd say no matter what you do, study for and pass the commercial written before you try to enroll in a flight syllabus. It won't a slow, steady 40 hour marathon like your private and instrument.
 

gotWXdagain

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The only flying one should do after 65 is the taildragger you own, to see the country when you want.

Not to say you can’t be a good pilot after 65, but work to live, don’t live for work.
 
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