What types of flights can a pilot do and where can they fly?

What types of flights can a pilot do and where can they fly?

Pilots are free to post local flights, landaways and one-way flights - the only restriction to this being that CFI-approved pilots with under 100 hours are only allowed to post local flights. 

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