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An instructor need not be a CFII to provide training for an additional class rating to an existing instrument pilot with a category rating under which the additional class falls. If a customer already holds a commercial airplane certificate with a single engine class rating and instrument airplane rating, an instructor does not need to hold a CFII to provide ...


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If your pilot's certificate was definitely revoked then it's gone for good. You'll have to reapply and re-qualify for all your certificates and ratings again, although you have to wait a year first per 14 CFR 61.13(d)(2): Unless otherwise authorized by the Administrator, a person whose pilot, flight instructor, or ground instructor certificate has been ...


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I requested all three FAAST WING lapel pins around, but not at, the same time. I think the first two pins were at the same time. It took over three months to receive the first one. When I enquired about the others, I was told that Avemco Insurance (the sponsor of the awards program) orders them in bulk. They ship out the awards only when they have them in ...


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The Type Certificate document is just a kind of diploma so to speak, or, as it says in its name, a Certificate. The real meat is in the TCDS, which describes the technical details, limitations etc., of the aircraft that are the basis of its Type Certificate and which set out the parameters that must be met to be in compliance. When these details change or ...


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