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10 weeks sufficient to go complete single/multi CPL?

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I am working on scheduling, and when I fininsh my IFR I will have roughly 110/120 hours.  My plan is to home study for the ground school and dedicate 10 weeks to getting the 250 hours and completing the training and passing the checkride.  Is that plenty of time to do this?

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  1. Jeff on Feb 01, 2013

    I did my multi, instrument, commercial multi, CFI, CFII, commercial single, and CFI single in 90 days, so yes, I think what you want to do is definitely possible.

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  2. lo_fly on Feb 02, 2013

    Superman?

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  3. Jeff on Feb 03, 2013

    ATP 🙂

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