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    Had a short flight at the Angeles City Flying Club in an ultralight plane on 19 Sep 10. Terrific!
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    Quote Originally Posted by trekker View Post
    Had a short flight at the Angeles City Flying Club in an ultralight plane on 19 Sep 10. Terrific!
    Nice, I wonder what's the highest actual altitude? how much would it cost?

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    nice!
    after sailing, shift now to flying.
    way to go sir!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jspalaroan View Post
    Nice, I wonder what's the highest actual altitude? how much would it cost?
    I was told they can go up to Mt Arayat but not Mt Pinatubo.

    Good info at their website http://www.angelesflying.com/ Or call Chris Parker at 09286548185.

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    Can heavy people also fly?

    Yes. Our planes may be ultralight but they can carry even very heavy people all the way up to about 105kg.



    Darn. I gotta lose some weight or just stick to motorcycles.

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