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Hi everyone,

Received a good question today that I believe could spark some back and forth discussions on here (maybe). Airports have been changed to protect the person who asked the question initially. A commercial applicant did their long solo XC in 4 legs. Here's the routing:

KDAB to KSSI to KAGS to KSSI to KDAB

Total Distance for the XC is 510nm. The legs between KDAB and KSSI are 119nm. The legs between KSSI and KAGS is 136nm. The straight line distance between KDAB and ...
For commercial pilot ASEL applicant who has instrument airplane rating do they have to complete the ten hours of instrument training  required by 61.129(a)(3) (i) after successfully completing their instrument rating?  If one has completed that trainng during the instrument airplane training is it required to complete ten hours of traing, again, for the comercial training requirement.  Is there some endorsement that is required to stipiulate that the training ...
John Shea posted new forum topic
Aug '20
For commercial pilot ASEL applicant who has instrument airplane rating do they have to complete the ten hours of instrument training  required by 61.129(a)(3) (i) after successfully completing their instrument rating?  If one has completed that trainng during the instrument airplane training is it required to complete ten hours of traing, again, for the comercial training requirement.  Is there some endorsement that is required to stipiulate that the training ...
What is the reasoning in the wording of FAR 61.129 (a) (4).  Ten hours of SOLO flight in SE airplanes.  Specifically as it applies to the subsection (i) for the cross country requirement of 300 nm etc.  In this case my applicant accomplised a cross country that meet all the requirements of this section but had a non pilot passenger.  So was this not "solo" flight?  The applicant for the commerical certificate was the Pilot In Command of this cross country flight(s).
John Shea posted new forum topic
Apr '20
What is the reasoning in the wording of FAR 61.129 (a) (4).  Ten hours of SOLO flight in SE airplanes.  Specifically as it applies to the subsection (i) for the cross country requirement of 300 nm etc.  In this case my applicant accomplised a cross country that meet all the requirements of this section but had a non pilot passenger.  So was this not "solo" flight?  The applicant for the commerical certificate was the Pilot In Command of this cross country flight(s).