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English, 21.03.2017 19:47 MorallyGray

What is the central idea of this passage?

there are differences between going to classes to become a pilot and going to school to become a flight instructor.

flying all over the united states is a typical, but ambitious, goal for a privately licensed pilot.

people who are passionate about flying should get their pilot’s license, but they should get the proper training.

people who come from a family of pilots have an advantage when they learn to fly planes and teach other pilots to fly.

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