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Fighter flight

Posted: Thu Nov 19, 2020 1:34 am
by Yungpilot1779
Hello, fellow pilots! A question about flying a fighter. Where can you learn as a flying, as a hobby, in a jet or any ex-combat fighter? I heard that there is an aero club in Florida, where they are ready to teach how to fly an L-39. But where are there such flying clubs that are ready to train exactly on a historical combat aircraft, such as Mig-15/17/21, T-34 for independent flight to a person who has no experience of flying a fighter? Precisely to teach to fly. In which country are you ready to train "civilian" pilots on a fighter jet, no matter which one, from L-29/39 to any other training or military aircraft? I understand that this pleasure will cost a lot of money. I heard that there is also an airfield near London that teaches you to fly from DH Vampire to Jet Provost to choose from. Please tell us if you know! I will be grateful)

Re: Fighter flight

Posted: Wed Nov 25, 2020 1:19 am
by tomaykarrick

Nowadays, to learn how to fly a war plane will be very harsh
You must consider carefully and prepare a good financial source
There are many places that train it in America

Re: Fighter flight

Posted: Tue Dec 01, 2020 12:23 pm
by OwnBoarder
I agree. Furthermore there always is the possibility that they'll judge you as not fit or suited enough to withstand the stress levels of a flight with a high speed fighter but i have no idea about american training stations that also consider civilians that want to try it just for fun.