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Quite simply, you’d need a private pilot license and a type rating. Other posted answers are overly complicated and many rules mentioned relate to the aircraft (where and how the aircraft can be flown) and not the requirements for the pilot Further, there is no requirement to be instrument rated. Insurance of the aircraft is between you and a private ...


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Nope. Not unless your employer refuses to continue training. Legally all that’s required is that you have accomplished all the training required to meet the prerequisites per §61.39 and meet the practical test requirements per §61.43 plus meet the eligibility requirements for the grade of pilot certificate you are applying for per §61.103, §61.123, or §61....


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Yes there are a couple of reality TV shows that have been done on repos. There are companies who specialize in the business, and the pilots have to be type rated where appropriate. They have to be legal to fly the airplane. It takes a special kind of risk taker pilot to do that kind of work, in view of the risks of getting into confrontations with irate ...


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In the United States, under the FAA’s pilot certification rules, per Part 61, you would need a minimum of: A Private Pilot Certificate with: Airplane Single Engine Land or Airplane Multi Engine Land, depending on the aircraft you intended to fly. A type rating on that airplane, if the airplane has a gross weight exceeding 12,500lbs or is turbojet powered, ...


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This was just published in CAP1855 from the CAA a few days ago, which may answer your question: Instrument Rating validity, revalidation and renewal for aeroplanes and helicopters To revalidate, you must hold a valid relevant class or type rating, unless the IR revalidation is combined with the renewal of the relevant class or type rating; no “empty” IR to ...


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