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Flight Tech Private Pilot Ground School Course 1987 Complete 22 Cassettes Manual on

US $32.95

West Plains, Missouri, United States

West Plains, Missouri, United States
Very Good Condition Comes in its original box.
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Flight Tech Private Pilot Ground School Course 1987 Complete 22 Cassettes Manual
Vintage Private Pilots Training Course from 1986-1987. The set comes with 21 sequential cassette tapes and a check ride course demonstration tape and 1 large Course Manual
I have purchased a large lot of pilots literature, books and gadgets that I will be listing from an estate and may not have enough info in the listing that is important so if you have any questions please ask.

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