IF YOU THINK MOST OF THE FLIGHT SCHOOLS
FLYING IN AND OUT OF ORMOND BEACH AIRPORT
HAVE INSTRUCTORS IN THEM, THEY DON'T.
I wonder how many of these student pilots flying solo flew over residential areas and ignored
the City of Ormond Beach's request to fly a suggested path ?
I do congratulate the people who passed the test and survived flying with EASA, formerly
known as Ormond Beach Aviation and
(see FAA incident items involving this airline at this link:
Here are the 2011 "SOLO" pilots.