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1
Q

What personal documents are required to fly?

61.3

A

61.3 FAR
1. pilot certificate
2. Gov issued Photo ID
C. Medical Certificate

2
Q

What are your requirements for carrying passengers?

61.57

A

61.57
1. Must have made 3 TOL within 90 days
i. Sole manipulator of controls
ii. Performed in same category, class, and type of aircraft
3. May be done in a full flight simulator approved by administrator of landings.
B. Night
3 TOL within 90 days, Full stops, 1 hour after sunset - 1 hour before sunrise

3
Q

What is the definition of night (logging night hours)?
What is considered night in regard to recent flight experience (passengers)?
When do you use nav lights?

A

The time between the end of evening civil twilight and the beginning of morning civil twilight, as published in the air almanac, converted to local time.

3 landings to a full-stop 1 hour after sunset and ending 1 hour before sunrise.

Sunset to sunrise.

4
Q

How do you log solo time? (61.51)

A

61.51
Pilot Logbooks
D. Logging solo time: must be sole occupant of aircraft

5
Q

How do you log PIC time? (61.51)

A

61.51
E. Logging Pilot in command
1. Sport, recreational, private, commercial, or airline transport may log PIC
ii. When the pilot is sole occupant
iii. When the pilot is acting and performing duties of the PIC if more than one pilot is required for type of aircraft… or
iv. Performs PIC duties under supervision of a qualified pilot… provided
A. Commercial or airline certificate
4. Student pilot may log PIC if…
i. Sole occupant… or performing PIC duties of an airship requiring more than 1 crew member.
ii. Has solo flight endorsement.
iii. Is undergoing training for a pilot certificate or rating.

6
Q

What are the Privileges and Limitations for a private pilot?

PSCRIPT (61.113)

A

61.113
a. Cannot act as a PIC carrying passenger for compensation or hire unless… b-h
(P)c. Pro rata share, cannot pay less than the passengers for fuel, oil, airport expenditures, or rental fees.
Basically you can split it equally or you pay more.
(S)f. Salesman to prospective buyer, must have logged 200 hours minimum.
(C)d. Charitable, nonprofit, community event complying with 91.146
(R)e. Rescue operations, reimbursed for fuel, oil, airport expenditures, or rental fees.
(I)b. Incidental to business, but does not carry passengers or property for hire.
(P)h. Production flight test…
(T)g. Towing glider or ultralight vehicle meets 61.69 criteria.

7
Q

Medical Certificates + Duration (61.23)

A

Under 40 years old. Over 40 years old.
1st class….12 calendar months. 6 calendar months
2nd class…12 calendar months. …..12 calendar months
3rd class……….60 calendar months. ………….24 calendar months

8
Q

Medical certificate privileges

1st class

A
  1. 23
    a. 1. Holding 1st class
    i. Exercising PIC privileges of an airline transport pilot
    ii. Second in command of an airline transport pilot in part 121 that requires 3 or more pilots, or….
    iii. When serving as a required pilot flight crew member in operation under 121 if the pilot has reached their 60th birthday.
9
Q

Medical certificate privileges

2nd class

A
  1. 23
    a. 2. 2nd class
    i. Second in command of airline transport pilot in 121
    ii. Privileges of a commercial pilot.
10
Q

Medical certificate privileges

3rd class

A
  1. 23
    a. 3. 3rd class
    i. Privileges of private, recreational, student, except when operating under conditions and limitations in 61.113
    ii. Privileges of a flight instructor and acting as PIC or as a required flight crew member
    iii. Taking a practical test in a aircraft for recreational, private, commercial, airline transport, or flight instructor.
    iv. When performing duties as an examiner.
11
Q

What may Temporary Disqualify your medical? (61.53)

A

61.53
1. Not act as a required flight crew member if knows or has reason to know of any medical condition that would make the person unable to meet requirements for the medical certificate necessary.
2. Is taking medication or other treatments for medical condition that results in the person unable to operate.
Ask AME
Look at Aviationmedicine.com

12
Q

BasicMed Duration

A

AC 68-1
3.3 most recent examination (68.7) checklist within 48 months.
Approved medical education course completed within 24 months

13
Q

BasicMed privileges

A

AC 68-1

  1. 2
  2. Fly with no more than 5 passengers.
  3. Fly aircraft under 6,000 lbs maximum certificated takeoff weight
  4. Aircraft authorized to carry no more than 6 occupants
  5. Flights within US. Indicated airspeed of 250 knots or less. Altitude at or below 18,000 ft MSL.
14
Q

Proficiency vs. currency

A

Proficiency is based on you being able to easily operate the aircraft and in the conditions.

Current is you meeting the legal minimums to operate the aircraft.

15
Q

What are the eligibility requirement for a private pilot certificate?

A

At least 17 years old
Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language
Hold at least a current 3rd class medical
Get the required ground and flight training endorsements
Meet the applicable aeronautical experience requirements
Passed the required knowledge and practical tests

16
Q

Flight Review (61.56)

A

61.56 Flight review.

1 hour of flight training and 1 hour of ground training every 24 months.

The review, conducted by an instructor, must include: general operating and flight rule, review of maneuvers and procedures.

A logbook endorsement.

17
Q

If a pilot changes their permanent mail address and fails to notify the FAA, how long can the pilot continue to exercise the privileges of his/her PPL? (61.60)

A

You have 30 days to notify the FAA. (61.60)

18
Q

What is a definition of a complex airplane and what must you do to act as PIC of such an airplane?

A

An aircraft with retractable landing gear, flaps, and a controllable pitch propeller.

To act as PIC you must get flight and ground training from an authorized CFI and be endorsed in your log book.

19
Q

You’re flying in a single-engine, high performance, complex airplane. You hold a PPL for a ASAL but not high-performance or complex endorsements. Your friend who has those endorsements is acting as PIC for the flight. Can you log PIC time for the time you act as sole manipulator of the control?

A

Yes, the regulations allow you to log PIC time while they are the sole manipulator for the controls for A/C they are rated for, however, they cannot act as PIC.

20
Q

How will establishing a personal minimums checklist reduce risk?

A

Having pre-established minimums makes it easier to make a smart and safe go/no-go decision.

21
Q

The airplane you normally rent has been grounded. You ask to be scheduled in another A/C. During the preflight you discover it has avionics you are not familiar with. Should you depart on your VFR flight?

A

No, being unfamiliar with any A/C system adds to the pilots workload and contribute to loss of situational awareness. Unfamiliar avionics are a hazard with high risk potential.

22
Q

Other and high-performance and complex aircraft what other types of aircraft require specific training and logbook endorsement from an authorized CFI?

A

High-altitude aircraft that have a service ceiling or max operating altitude (whichever is lower) above 25,000 MSL
Tailwheel airplanes