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muskhilaurmerakoirishtahai
Oct 16

Has anybody trained in the Orlando, FL area?

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Edited: Oct 18

I'm thinking about moving to Orlando and would need a flight school to continue my training. I saw that KORL has a few different schools but I haven't found many reviews about them. dkt nsw

Could anybody share what they know about KORL's flight schools?

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