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    Do you know what is involved in getting the rotor craft sport pilot rating?
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    Thanks for your reply. Considering the time to transition into other aircraft( 172 to 182 is about 1 hour) it sure seems the F.A.A. is off on this transition time! I wonder how they feel about people that learn in a ultra-lite gyro? You could fly off all the time and requirements, all but the instruction time! I wonder how few hours they would require then?
    Thanks again.

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