Part 61

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clsshow
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18931
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Part 61
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2010-05-11 23:50:47
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FARs part 61
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  1. What does a person need to serve as a required pilot flight crewmember of a civil aircraft of the United States?
    • Pilot Certificate.
    • Photo identification.
    • Medical certificate.
  2. What needs to be on your person or readily accessable in the aircraft.
    • Pilot Certificate.
    • Photo identification.
    • Medical Certificate.
  3. What do you need to act as pilot in command of a civil aircraft under IFR or in weather conditions less than the minimums prescribed for VFR flight.
    • (1) instrument rating with the appropriate aircraft category, class and type rating (if required) on that person's pilot certificate for any airplane, helicopter, or powered-lift being flown;
    • (2) An airline transport pilot certificate with the appropriate aircraft category, class, and type rating (if required) for the aircraft being flown;
  4. When must you present your airman certificate, medical certificate and photo identification for inspection?
    • Upon request by
    • (1) The Administrator;
    • (2) An authorized representative of the National Transportation Safety Board;
    • (3) Any Federal, State, or local law enforcement officer; or
    • (4) An authorized representative of the Transportation Security Administration.
  5. What Training time and aeronautical experience. Must be documented and recorded in a manner acceptable to the Administrator:
    • (1) Training and aeronautical experience used to meet the requirements for a certificate, rating, or flight review.
    • (2) The aeronautical experience required for meeting the recent flight experience requirements.
  6. What needs to be done within the last 6 months to keep up instrument currency?
    In actual or sumulated instrument conditions, preformed at least.

    • Six instrument approaches.
    • Holding procedures and tasks.
    • Intercepting and tracking courses through the use of navigational electronic systems.
  7. When is an Instrument proficiency check required?
    When a person does not meet the instrument experience requirements within 12 calendar months preceding the month of the flight.

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