After 25 years of flying, I oddly find myself possibly in need of an MEI rating.
Despite the fact that I have my own 310, I am not willing to start pulling engines in it for a checkride.
Any suggestions on where to get a cheap and fast MEI rating?
I am located in Florida, but can travel if needed.
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Thank you sir. I'm slowly resigning myself to that fact. I have the accumulators and several folks have told me that is half the battle.
I just close on a 421C (partnership) yesterday too. I won't be doing any MEI training in that!
Speaking as a recovering IT guy...isn't turning it off and then back on how you fix things?People turn things on and off, then they break, then they think it broke because they turned it on and off. If they kept it off and never turned it on, then it wouldn’t break.
(expecting 100 likes for this post, thank you)