Correction |


Flying school: An article that appeared in last Thursday’s Glenwood Springs Post Independent incorrectly stated that in order to receive a private pilot’s license, students must log over 80 hours of flying time. Prospective private pilots only need to log 40 hours of flying time in order to receive a private pilot’s license.

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