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1) If you are under training in a single pilot aircraft (e.g. C172), it is logged as dual in single pilot. If you are under training in a multi pilot aircraft (e.g. A320), it is logged as dual in multi pilot. 2) Correct. 3) If dual (under training), the PIC name should always be the name of your instructor. The only time you use SELF is if you were PIC, ...


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The Competency Based Instrument Rating (CBIR) allows you to gain an IR in less hours than the "full" course, by either crediting previous experience or licenses. I held a UK issued IR(R) (old IMC rating), which meant that I had approx 60 hours IFR time when starting my IR. A full IR would have meant 45 hours training, whereas the CBIR allowed me to do just ...


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I was wondering about the same and here is what I found. Yes, for LAPL license holders, when switching to another airplane within the same class rating (don't mix it up with type rating) the familiarization training shall be performed and signed off by instructor. It's stated in the "FCL.135.A LAPL(A) — Extension of privileges to another class or variant of ...


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