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the German LBA has posted the following statement on their webpage:
"Note on skill tests/prof. checks CR/TR SPA exc. complex under VFR:
It is hereby clarified that for skill tests/prof. checks for TMG and aircraft with one pilot (except technically complex high-performance aircraft), maneuvers or procedures from all relevant sections of Appendix 9 shall be checked.
In the case of skill tests/prof. checks according to visual flight rules, at least one maneuver or procedure from section 3A must therefore always be completed."
Do you all agree with this statement ?
Many thanks for your opinion.
Hi regarding FI revalidation FCL.940.FI you have to fly in the 50 hours in the appropriate aircraft category as FIs, TRIs, CRIs, IRIs, MIs or examiners, So you are given credit for flying Gliders as an instructor.
In the SFCL.360.FI Recency requirements you are given no credit for working as a FI in the above catagorys ??? Why not ?
Anybody have a opinion regarding that ? or is it just the SFCL thar has to be updated ?
Do we have to de-register the aircraft from the aircraft register book once the aircraft got crashed and is no more in service?
Commission Regulation 2023/217 brings a change to the performance criteria for dispatching an aircraft. The requirements in points CAT.POL.A.230(e) and CAT.POL.A.235(e) should be applied cumulatively, not alternatively. Does it mean that during dispatch landing performance calculation both the 0 wind condition and the actual conditions have to be taken into account, according to the table in GM1 CAT.POL.A.230 & CAT.POL.A.235? Does it mean that in case of limiting performance with 0 wind the dispatch is not allowed even if the relevant criteria are met for the alternate aerodromes (one or two alternates) and/or performance is not limiting at probable wind with dry and wet runways? Can someone confirm this please?
Hello everybody, I need to shed some light on another grey area in 965/2012. Does an operator NCC/SPO with SPA.HOFO approval still need to comply with SPA.HOFO requirements if he now operates a non-complex helo? Basically is SPA.HOFO applicable under NCO ops? Thanks in advance. Kelly
Can one AOC allowed to have both rotary and fixed-wing fleets under one Accountable Manager?
we would like to equip our planes (Beech 350) with PBE. Can someone advise me if the PBE installation needs to be approved (STC atc.). Thank you
Hi everybody. I´m struggling with regulation M.A.201(h). It`s about the operators responsibilies and it reffers to operators with aircraft other than complex motor-powered aircraft used for commercial specialised operations or for CAT operations other than those performed by air carriers licensed in
accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1008/2008, or by commercial ATOs and commercial DTOs referred to in Article 10a of Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011, the operator shall ensure that:... and so on.
Could anybody please explain what kind of operation is commercial specialised or CAT other than those performed by air carriers???
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LAPL/PPL Training Course (theoretical knowledge):
I often read on websites of flight schools that it is necessary to have 100 hours of instruction time for theoretical knowledge (of which at least 10 hours have to be in a physical classroom). Is there any legal source about these numbers or is this just the generell interpretation of the syllabus scope? I could not find these numbers in Part-FCL. Thanks for your help!
Generally speaking in Europe VFR and controlled airports:
When ATC tells you 'after departure fly Runway Heading". Do we correct for drift, or do we follow extended centreline and thus correcting for drift.
Is the exact definition somewhere mentioned what we as pilots should do?
Or... did we/should we stop using this phraseology and should ATC say "after departure fly Runway track or extended centerline" to make it absolutely clear what ATC wants us to do?