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For CPL A the applicant shall have completed in aeroplanes at least ? Experience > lift > off

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5 hours of night flight time including 5 solo take offs 5 solo landings as pic. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation training courses the issue of a cpl an atpl cpl integrated course aeroplanes flying training 8 the flying training not including type rating training shall comprise a total of at least 150 hours to include all progress tests of which up to 5 hours the entire course may be instrument ground time within total of 150 hours applicants shall complete at least (a) 80 hours of dual instruction of which up to 5 hours may be instrument ground time (b) 70 hours as pic (c) 20 hours of cross country flight as pic including a vfr cross country flight of at least 540 km (300 nm) in course of which full stop landings at two aerodromes different from aerodrome of departure shall be made (d) 5 hours flight time shall be completed at night comprising 3 hours of dual instruction which shall include at least 1 hour of cross country navigation 5 solo take offs 5 solo full stop landings (e) 10 hours of instrument flight instruction of which up to 5 hours may be instrument ground time in an fnpt i ftd 2 fnpt ii or ffs an applicant holding a course completion certificate the basic instrument flight module shall be credited with up to 10 hours towards required instrument instruction time hours done in a bitd shall not be credited (f) 5 hours to be carried out in an aeroplane certificated the carriage of at least four persons that has a variable pitch propeller retractable landing gear cpl modulare course aeroplanes experience 12 the applicant a cpl(a) shall have completed at least 200 hours flight time including at least (a) 100 hours as pic of which 20 hours of cross country flight as pic which shall include a vfr cross country flight of at least 540 km (300 nm) in course of which full stop landings at two aerodromes different from aerodrome of departure shall be made (b) 5 hours of flight time shall be completed at night comprising 3 hours of dual instruction which shall include at least 1 hour of cross country navigation 5 solo take offs 5 solo full stop landings and (c) 10 hours of instrument flight instruction of which up to 5 hours may be instrument ground time in an fnpt i or fnpt ii or ffs an applicant holding a course completion certificate the basic instrument flight module shall be credited with up to 10 hours towards required instrument instruction time hours done in a bitd shall not be credited (d) 6 hours of flight time shall be completed in a multi engine aeroplane.


ICAO Annex 1 PART FCL Cross Country flight time requirements for the ATPL As part of the total flight time requirement of 1500 hours the applicant for an Airline ATPL A shall have completed not ?

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Icao annex 1 part fcl cross country flight time requirements the atpl as part of total flight time requirement of 1500 hours applicant an airline atpl a shall have completed not less than 200 hours of cross country flight time how much of this shall be pic pilot in command time or co pilot time under supervision of pic performing duties and functions of a pic provided that method of supervision employed acceptable to licensing authority 5 hours of night flight time including 5 solo take offs 5 solo landings as pic. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 510 a atpl(a) prerequisites experience crediting (b) experience applicants an atpl(a) shall have completed a minimum of 1 500 hours of flight time in aeroplanes including at least (1) 500 hours in multi pilot operations on aeroplanes (2) (i) 500 hours as pic under supervision or (ii) 250 hours as pic or (iii) 250 hours including at least 70 hours as pic the remaining as pic under supervision (3) 200 hours of cross country flight time of which at least 100 hours shall be as pic or as pic under supervision (4) 75 hours of instrument time of which not more than 30 hours may be instrument ground time and (5) 100 hours of night flight as pic or co pilot of 1 500 hours of flight time up to 100 hours of flight time may have been completed in an ffs fnpt of these 100 hours only a maximum of 25 hours may be completed in an fnpt.


If a pilot is carrying out single pilot commercial air transport operations carrying passengers how does the validity of his class 1 medical certificate change on his 40th birthday ?

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If a pilot carrying out single pilot commercial air transport operations carrying passengers how does validity of his class 1 medical certificate change on his 40th birthday From 2 months to 6 months. Ecqb01 april 2013 easa part fcl med a 045 validity revalidation renewal of medical certificates (a) validity  (1) class 1 medical certificates shall be valid a period of 12 months  (2) the period of validity of class 1 medical certificates shall be reduced to 6 months licence holders who   (i) are engaged in single pilot commercial air transport operations carrying passengers have reached age of 40   (ii) have reached age of 60.


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A pilot engaged in commercial air transport with a single pilot aircraft what the maximum age of pilot From 2 months to 6 months. Ecqb01 april 2013 easa part fcl fcl 065 curtailment of privileges of licence holders aged 60 years or more in commercial air transport (a) age 60 64 aeroplanes helicopters the holder of a pilot licence who has attained age of 60 years shall not act as a pilot of an aircraft engaged in commercial air transport except   (1) as a member of a multi pilot crew and   (2) provided that such a holder the only pilot in flight crew who has attained age of 60 years (b) age 65 the holder of a pilot licence who has attained age of 65 years shall not act as a pilot of an aircraft engaged in commercial air transport.


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Part fcl minimum flight experience requirements the ir the applicant an ir a shall hold a ppl a including a night qualification or a cpl a and shall have completed at least 5 hours cross country flight time as pic in aeroplanes or helicopters of which at least hours shall be in relevant aircraft category. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 610 ir prerequisites crediting applicants an ir shall (a) hold  (1) at least a ppl in appropriate aircraft category and   (i) privileges to fly at night in accordance with fcl 810 or   (ii) an atpl in another category of aircraft or  (2) a cpl in appropriate aircraft category (b) have completed at least 50 hours of cross country flight time as pic in aeroplanes helicopters or airships of which at least 10 or in case of airships 20 hours shall be in relevant aircraft category.


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Part fcl in accordance with part fcl credit mpa co pilot time All of co pilot time towards total flight time required a higher grade of pilot licence. Ecqb01 april 2013 easa part fcl fcl 035 crediting of flight time theoretical knowledge (a) crediting of flight time   (3) flight time as co pilot unless otherwise determined in this part holder of a pilot licence when acting as co pilot or picus entitled to be credited with all of co pilot time towards total flight time required a higher grade of pilot licence notice mpa (multi pilot aeroplane) picus (pilot in command under supervision).


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Minimum and maximum age atpl holders according to icao annex 1 and part fcl minimum / maximum age the holder of an atpl All of co pilot time towards total flight time required a higher grade of pilot licence. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation icao annex 1 personnel licensing 2 6 airline transport pilot licence 2 6 1 general requirements the issue of licence appropriate to aeroplane helicopter powered lift categories 2 6 1 1 age the applicant shall be not less than 21 years of age note certain privileges of licence are curtailed 2 1 10 licence holders when they attain their 60th 65th birthdays 2 1 10 limitation of privileges of pilots who have attained their 60th birthday curtailment of privileges of pilots who have attained their 65th birthday 2 1 10 1 a contracting state having issued pilot licences shall not permit holders thereof to act as pilot in command of an aircraft engaged in international commercial air transport operations if licence holders have attained their 60th birthday or in case of operations with more than one pilot where other pilot younger than 60 years of age their 65th birthday easa part fcl fcl 500 atpl minimum age applicants an atpl shall be at least 21 years of age fcl 065 curtailment of privileges of licence holders aged 60 years or more in commercial air transport (a) age 60 64 aeroplanes helicopters the holder of a pilot licence who has attained age of 60 years shall not act as a pilot of an aircraft engaged in commercial air transport except (1) as a member of a multi pilot crew and (2) provided that such a holder the only pilot in flight crew who has attained age of 60 years (b) age 65 the holder of a pilot licence who has attained age of 65 years shall not act as a pilot of an aircraft engaged in commercial air transport.


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According to part fcl age of an applicant a cpl shall be at least All of co pilot time towards total flight time required a higher grade of pilot licence. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 300 cpl minimum age an applicant a cpl shall be at least 18 years of age fcl 500 atpl minimum age applicants an atpl shall be at least 21 years of age.


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The licensing authority shall determine whether experience as pilot under instruction in a synthetic flight trainer which it has approved acceptable as part of total flight time of 1 500 hours credit such experience shall be limited to a maximum of hours of which not more than 25 hours shall have been acquired in a fnpt. Ecqb01 april 2013 easa part fcl fcl 510 a atpl(a) prerequisites experience crediting (b) experience applicants an atpl(a) shall have completed a minimum of 1 500 hours of flight time in aeroplanes including at least (1) 500 hours in multi pilot operations on aeroplanes (2) (i) 500 hours as pic under supervision or (ii) 250 hours as pic or (iii) 250 hours including at least 70 hours as pic the remaining as pic under supervision (3) 200 hours of cross country flight time of which at least 100 hours shall be as pic or as pic under supervision (4) 75 hours of instrument time of which not more than 30 hours may be instrument ground time and (5) 100 hours of night flight as pic or co pilot of 1 500 hours of flight time up to 100 hours of flight time may have been completed in an ffs fnpt of these 100 hours only a maximum of 25 hours may be completed in an fnpt notice ffs (full flight simulator) fnpt (flight navigation procedures trainer) bitd (basic instrument training device).


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According to part fcl minimum age obtaining a lapl or a ppl hours of which not more than 25 hours shall have been acquired in a fnpt. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 100 lapl minimum age applicants the lapl shall be (a) in case of aeroplanes helicopters at least 17 years of age fcl 200 ppl minimum age (a) an applicant a ppl shall be at least 17 years of age.


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The privileges of holder of a cpl are within appropriate aircraft category to Act as pilot in command in any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transportation. Ecqb01 april 2013 easa part fcl fcl 305 cpl privileges conditions (a) privileges the privileges of holder of a cpl are within appropriate aircraft category to  (1) exercise all privileges of holder of an lapl a ppl  (2) act as pic or co pilot of any aircraft engaged in operations other than commercial air transport  (3) act as pic in commercial air transport of any single pilot aircraft subject to restrictions specified in fcl 060 in this subpart  (4) act as co pilot in commercial air transport subject to restrictions specified in fcl 060.


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You may act as a fi a to carry out flight instruction the issue of a ppl a With a theoretical cpl(a) examination plus flight instructor rating. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 915 fi fi prerequisites an applicant an fi certificate shall (a) in case of fi(a) fi(h)   (1) have received at least 10 hours of instrument flight instruction on appropriate aircraft category of which not more than 5 hours may be instrument ground time in an fstd   (2) have completed 20 hours of vfr cross country flight on appropriate aircraft category as pic and (b) additionally the fi(a)   (1) hold at least a cpl(a) or   (2) hold at least a ppl(a) have    (i) met requirements cpl theoretical knowledge .


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According to part fcl minimum age obtaining a cpl or a mpl With a theoretical cpl(a) examination plus flight instructor rating. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 300 cpl minimum age an applicant a cpl shall be at least 18 years of age fcl 400 a mpl minimum age an applicant an mpl shall be at least 18 years of age notice mpl (multi crew pilot licence).


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The period of validity of class 1 medical certificate a pilot aged 62 With a theoretical cpl(a) examination plus flight instructor rating. Ecqb04 october 2017 easa part fcl med a 045 validity revalidation renewal of medical certificates (a) validity (1) class 1 medical certificates shall be valid a period of 12 months (2) the period of validity of class 1 medical certificates shall be reduced to 6 months licence holders who (i) are engaged in single pilot commercial air transport operations carrying passengers have reached age of 40 (ii) have reached age of 60.


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What are limitations a pilot licence holder aged 60 to 64 engaged in commercial air transportation operation He must act as a member of multi pilot crew. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 065 curtailment of privileges of licence holders aged 60 years or more in commercial air transport (a) age 60 64 aeroplanes helicopters the holder of a pilot licence who has attained age of 60 years shall not act as a pilot of an aircraft engaged in commercial air transport except (1) as a member of a multi pilot crew and (2) provided that such a holder the only pilot in flight crew who has attained age of 60 years (b) age 65 the holder of a pilot licence who has attained age of 65 years shall not act as a pilot of an aircraft engaged in commercial air transport.


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If a type rating has expired more than 3 years to renew rating applicant shall Take refresher training pass a proficiency check. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 740 validity renewal of class type ratings (a) the period of validity of class type ratings shall be 1 year except single pilot single engine class ratings which period of validity shall be 2 years unless otherwise determined the operational suitability data established in accordance with part 21 (b) renewal if a class or type rating has expired applicant shall (1) take refresher training at an ato when necessary to reach level of proficiency necessary to safely operate relevant class or type of aircraft and (2) pass a proficiency check in accordance with appendix 9 to this part.


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Part fcl definitions 'flight time' an aeroplane defined as The total time from moment an aircraft first moves to taking off until moment it finally comes to rest at end of flight. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 010 definitions for aeroplanes touring motor gliders powered lift it means total time from moment an aircraft first moves the purpose of taking off until moment it finally comes to rest at end of flight.


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When does 'flight time' end When aircraft stops after landing to disembark passengers and/or freight. Ecqb04 october 2017 'flight time' synonymous with term 'block to block' time or 'chock to chock' time in general usage which measured from time an aeroplane first moves the purpose of taking off until it finally stops at end of flight.


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Part fcl 'night' defined as period Between end of evening civil twilight the beginning of morning civil twilight. Ecqb04 october 2017 this the official easa part fcl definition 'night' means period between end of evening civil twilight the beginning of morning civil twilight or such other period between sunset sunrise as may be prescribed the appropriate authority as defined the member state.


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Part fcl definitions an istrative act taken after period of validity of a rating or certificate the purpose of recovering privileges of rating or certificate a further specified period Between end of evening civil twilight the beginning of morning civil twilight. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation fcl 010 definitions 'revalidation' (of e g a rating or certificate) means istrative action taken within period of validity of a rating or certificate which allows holder to continue to exercise privileges of a rating or certificate a further specified period consequent upon fulfilment of specified requirements 'renewa (of e g a rating or certificate) means istrative action taken after a rating or certificate has lapsed the purpose of renewing privileges of rating or certificate a further specified period consequent upon fulfilment of specified requirements.



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