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NPA OPS 65. Subpart N and ICAO annex 6 amendment 29 Presented at OST 07-1 Cpt F.Truchetet. Annex 6 amendment 29. Paragraph of amendment affecting subpart N 9.4.1 recency requirements for co-pilot 9.4.2 recency requirement for cruise relief pilot

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npa ops 65

NPA OPS 65

Subpart N and

ICAO annex 6 amendment 29

Presented at OST 07-1

Cpt F.Truchetet

annex 6 amendment 29
Annex 6 amendment 29

Paragraph of amendment affecting subpart N

  • 9.4.1 recency requirements for co-pilot
  • 9.4.2 recency requirement for cruise relief pilot
  • 9.4.5 PIC experience and training specifications for single pilot operation under IFR or at night
pic and co pilot recency
PIC and co-pilot recency

With the modification to § 9.4.1,

ICAO annex 6 has now equivalent

requirements for the recency of PIC and

Co-pilot as the JAROPS 1.970

cruise relief pilot recent experience
Cruise relief pilot recent experience
  • Annex 6 paragraph 9.4.2 is amended to introduce recency requirement for cruise relief pilot:
    • Operate as PIC, co-pilot or cruise relief pilot within the preceding 90 days, or
    • Simulator refresher including normal, abnormal and emergency procedures specific to cruise and approach and landing procedures (PNF accepted)
cruise relief co pilot recent experience
Cruise relief co-pilot recent experience
  • FCSG proposes that
    • The Commander can only be relieved by a fully qualified pilot who is current as per 1.970
    • Recency for cruise relief co-pilot can only be achieved by simulator training at interval not exceeding 90 days (no change)
    • The explanatory note is asking for specific comments on this last issue.
app 1 to jarops 1 940
App 1 to JAROPS 1.940

(c) minimum requirement for a pilot relieving the commander

…(5) recent experience as per 1.970 (new)

(d) relief of the co-pilot

(1)(ii) for operations only above FL 200, a cruise relief co-pilot

(e)… No change to recent experience for the cruise relief Co-pilot (Jarops is more restrictive than Annex 6)

single pilot operations under ifr or at night
single pilot operations under IFR or at night

New paragraph 9.4.5 in annex 6

introduces a recommendation that is

proposing:

  • A minimum of 25 hours in IFR (JAROPS requires 50 hours)
  • A minimum of 15 hours flight time at night
  • Recency 3 T/O and landing at night within 90 days
single pilot operations under ifr or at night1
Single pilot operations under IFR or at night

FCSG proposes:

  • That JAROPS requirement for 50 hours under IFR remains the same
  • To introduce the requirement for 15 hours flight time at night
  • To introduce a recency requirement for night flying of 3 T/O and landing within 90 days or one T/O and landing under the supervision of a T(C)RI(E) on the type or class of aeroplane
appendix 2 to 1 940
Appendix 2 to 1.940
  • (a)(4) The pilot shall have a minimum of 50 hours … and for operations at night, have accumulated at least 15 hours flight time at night, which may form part of the 50 hours flight time required above.
  • (a)(6) The minimum required recent experience for a pilot engaged in a single-pilot operation at night shall beat least three take-offs and landings at night on the type or class of aeroplane in the single pilot role in the preceding 90 days. This requirement may be replaced by a night take-off and landing under the supervision of a Type or Class Rating Instructor or Examiner on the Type or Class of aeroplane.
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