14 CFR 61.129(a)(3)(ii) lists the aeronautical experience requirements for a commercial certificate. It says:
(ii) 10 hours of training in a complex airplane, a turbine-powered airplane, or a technically advanced airplane (TAA) that meets the requirements of paragraph (j) of this section, or any combination thereof. The airplane must be appropriate to land or sea for the rating sought;
With the changes to this regulation to allow TAAs, does the FAA allow simulator (FFS) hours in place of the TAA hours?