vACC Solo rating training 

Surname & NameVATSIM CIDVATSIM RatingApproved PositionApprovalExpiringInstructor
Berbecaru Radu 1283183S3LRBB_L_CTR2020-08-311191352
Cosmin Puscas1050722S3LRBB_L_CTR2020-06-301191352
Sorin Baciu1233746S2LRCL_APP2020-06-301191352
Alex Nwaocha1378336S2LROP_APP2020-06-301191352
David Nichifor1401754S2LROP_APP2020-08-311191352
Christian Albert1435265S1LROP_TWR2020-06-301341101
Luca Popica1465934S2LROP_APP2020-08-311191352
Andrei Muresan1450774S1LROP_TWR2020-08-311465934



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