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  1. I have a similar problem. On one side of one aircraft. It distorts any aircraft generated warnings. It does mess with the intercom as well, but the radios are fine.
  2. Not sure where you live, but I opted for the prep course at chinook. It’s not a whole lot more then at set of culhane guides.
  3. You can try helijobs.net as well.
  4. I had a good experience there, but just like any school it’s more about the instructor you have.
  5. If you scroll to the bottom there is a good chart of the major changes.
  6. Earplugs would normally only be used with a passive headset.
  7. I have a lightspeed headset and love it. You still hear enough to have indications if something sounds a little off, but it removes the whine of the transmission.
  8. I use a Gallet 250 with nvg. It’s a bit of a pain. Without the goggles it’s great. I would give the the alpha eagle a chance. I love the floating ear cups.
  9. I was very fortunate. I started with a ramp job in Vancouver. Paid for my night and ifr ratings and eventually got a shot at the flying job, but with the slow down in the off shore world it will be hard for a low timer to get going at the moment. It's still a valid option, but you will have to pay for additional training.
  10. I would contact an fsdo. When I converted my Canadian license it was just some paperwork. Not exams.
  11. Try chinook in abbotsford. I know they have it as part of there ground school.
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