Recently, Prince Harry joined a California helicopter club, located not far from his new home in Santa Barbara. The reason is simple since little Archie’s dad wishes not to lose the pilot’s license, which he obtained a few years ago during his training in the Air Force. As a reminder, Meghan Markle’s husband passed the aptitude test in 2008 to learn to fly military helicopters.
In 2010, he obtained his pilot’s license. Almost a year later, Prince William’s brother passed his test flight on the Apache attack helicopter. In April 2011, he was appointed captain. Finally, on July 8, 2013, he learned that he had passed his pilot-in-command exam. Prince Harry can now bring his wife and son with him on a helicopter flight as his license will be renewed. Indeed, it is necessary to achieve a certain number of flying hours per year, whether in the United States or the United Kingdom, in order to preserve the precious sesame. A friend of Lady Diana’s youngest son, interviewed by The Sun on September 18, 2020, said: “He is really proud of this license. He worked hard for it.”
A diploma that he intends to use for his “personal use”
From now on, the one who celebrated his 36 years on September 15 would like to “keep these hours [of flight, editor’s note] for his personal use” since this license “gives the freedom” to make air trips when and where he wishes. For now, Prince Harry does not yet have his own helicopter, but he could very well decide in the future to invest … For information, he served the British army for ten years. He stopped going to the field on June 19, 2015.
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