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If your aircraft model has a type club or owners organization, you may want to join and participate in their training programs and related activities. Many of the name-brand types are well-served by these programs, and their graduates often come away with new and safer insights on how to operate their aircraft. If your aircraft has unusual handling characteristics-or if you just want to be able to take full advantage of its performance-obtaining specialized instruction from an instructor or training center with experience in that model should be a no-brainer.
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