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And so it goes. Part 61 . Subpart B Aircraft Ratings and Pilot Authorizations. Aircraft Breakdown. Category Airplane Rotorcraft Glider Lighter than air Class (Airplane) Single-engine land Multi-engine land Type Specific make and model of aircraft >12,500 lb at takeoff

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part 61

And so it goes

Part 61

Subpart B

Aircraft Ratings and Pilot Authorizations

aircraft breakdown
Aircraft Breakdown
  • Category
    • Airplane
    • Rotorcraft
    • Glider
    • Lighter than air
  • Class (Airplane)
    • Single-engine land
    • Multi-engine land
  • Type
    • Specific make and model of aircraft
      • >12,500 lb at takeoff
      • Powered by one or more turbojets
61 63 additional aircraft ratings
61.63 Additional Aircraft Ratings
  • Additional category rating
    • Received required training
    • Possess aeronautical experience
    • Endorsement in logbook/training record
      • Authorized instructor
      • Competent in aeronautical knowledge areas
      • Proficient on areas of operation
    • Pass required practical test
    • Need not take an additional knowledge test
61 63 additional aircraft ratings1
61.63 Additional Aircraft Ratings
  • Additional class rating
    • Endorsement in logbook/training record
      • Authorized instructor
      • Competent in aeronautical knowledge areas
      • Proficient on areas of operation
    • Pass required practical test
    • Need not meet specified training time requirements
    • Need not take an additional knowledge test
61 63 additional aircraft ratings2
61.63 Additional Aircraft Ratings
  • Additional type rating
    • Hold/concurrently obtain appropriate instrument rating
    • Endorsement in logbook/training record
      • Authorized instructor
      • Competent in aeronautical knowledge areas
      • Proficient on areas of operation
    • Pass required practical test
      • Performed in in actual or simulated instrument conditions
      • May obtain “VFR only” limitation
      • Removed when passed in actual or simulated conditions
    • Need not take an additional knowledge test
61 65 instrument rating requirements
61.65 Instrument Rating Requirements
  • General
    • Hold Current private pilot certificate
    • English (Read, speak, and understand)
    • Receive and log ground training
    • Receive logbook/training record endorsement
    • Receive/log training on areas of operation in aircraft, flight simulator, or FTD
    • Pass required knowledge test
    • Pass required practical test – can be done in a(n)
      • Airplane
      • Flight simulator
      • FTD (instrument approach procedures are limited to one precision and one non-precision approach)
61 65 instrument rating requirements1
61.65 Instrument Rating Requirements
  • Aeronautical knowledge (Flight proficiency)
    • Preflight preparation
    • Preflight procedures
    • ATC clearances and procedures
    • Flight by reference to instruments
    • Navigation systems
    • Instrument approach procedures
    • Emergency operations
    • Postflight procedures
61 65 instrument rating requirements2
61.65 Instrument Rating Requirements
  • Aeronautical Experience
    • At least 50 hours of cross-country flight time
      • At least 10 hours in airplanes for instrument rating
    • 40 hours actual or simulated instrument time in area of operation
      • At least 15 hours of instrument flight time from authorized instructor in aircraft category
      • At least 3 hours of instrument training from authorized instructor within 60 days preceding date of test
      • At least one cross country flight performed under IFR &
        • Distance at least 250 NM along airways or ATC-directed routing
        • An instrument approach at each airport
        • 3 different kinds of approaches with the use of navigation systems

**If instrument training was provided in a flight simulator or FTD

- Max of 30 hours in flight simulator or FTD if accomplished with Part 142

- Max of 20 hours in flight simulator or FTD if not accomplished with Part 142

61 67 cat ii or iii pilot requirements
61.67 Cat II or III Pilot Requirements
  • General
    • At least private or commercial certificate or ATP
      • Private/commercial with instrument rating
    • Type rating for aircraft for authorization
    • Category and class rating for aircraft
  • Experience requirements
    • At least 50 night flight time as PIC
    • 75 hours instrument time under actual or simulated conditions not more than:
      • Combination of 25 hours in flight simulator or FTD, or
      • 40 hours of simulated flight time if under Part 142
    • 250 hours of cross-country time as PIC
61 68 cat ii or iii pilot requirements
61.68 Cat II or III Pilot Requirements
  • Practical Test Requirements
    • Either issuance or renewal of Cat II authorization
    • Add another type aircraft to Cat II authorization
    • If not passed practical test in preceding 12 months, then
      • Have performed at least 6 ILS approaches during the 6 calendar months preceding the month of the test
      • At least 3 of approaches must have been conducted without the use of an approach coupler
part 611

“Uncle” Anyone?

Part 61

Subpart C

Student Pilots

61 83 student pilot eligibility
61.83 Student Pilot Eligibility
  • At least 16 years old
    • At least 14 years old for glider or balloon
  • Read, speak, write, and understand English
  • Application must be submitted to:
    • Designated aviation medical examiner if applying for an FAA medical certificate
    • An Examiner
    • A Flight Standards District Office
61 87 student pilot solo requirements
61.87 Student Pilot Solo Requirements
  • Aeronautical knowledge
    • Pass knowledge test that meets
      • Applicable sections of Parts 61 & 91
      • Airspace rules and procedures for airport where flight will be performed
      • Flight characteristics and operational limitations for the make/model aircraft
    • Student’s authorized instructor must
      • Administer the test and review all incorrect answers
      • Authorize student to conduct solo flight
61 87 student pilot solo requirements1
61.87 Student Pilot Solo Requirements
  • Pre-solo flight training
    • Received/logged flight training for maneuvers and procedures
    • Demonstrated satisfactory proficiency and safety
  • Student pilot must have an endorsement dated within the 90 days prior to the flight
  • For solo flight at night, student pilot must receive:
    • Training at night in the vicinity of the airport
    • Flight training at night on night procedures that include takeoffs, landings, approaches, and go-arounds
    • Endorsement must be dated within the 90 days prior to the flight
61 89 student pilot general limitations
61.89 Student Pilot General Limitations
  • Student pilot may not act as PIC:
    • That is carrying a passenger
    • That is carrying property for compensation/hire
    • For compensation/hire
    • In furtherance of a business
    • On an international flight
    • With a flight or surface visibility less than 3 SM during daylight hours or 5 SM at night
    • When flight cannot be made with visual reference to the surface
    • In a manner contrary to any limitations in the pilot’s logbook
student pilot solo cc limitations
Student Pilot Solo CC Limitations
  • Conduct solo CC flight
  • Flight >25NM from originating airport
  • Make solo flight and landing at airport other than airport of origination
student pilot solo cc requirements
Student Pilot Solo CC Requirements
  • For cross country solo flights, student pilots must:
    • Receive flight training from an instructor on the maneuvers and procedures that are appropriate
      • Instructor training includes flight in both directions, entering and exiting traffic patterns, and takeoffs and landings at the other airport
    • Demonstrate cross country proficiency on the appropriate maneuvers and procedures
      • Satisfactorily accomplish pre-solo flight maneuvers and procedures
    • Instructor endorses student’s logbook authorizing flight
      • Comply with any limitations included in the instructor’s endorsement
stud pilot class b airspace operations
Stud Pilot Class B Airspace Operations
  • Operate in “B” airspace:
    • Receive ground and flight training on airspace and flight training received in specific airspace area for solo flight
    • Logbook endorsed by instructor within 90-day period preceding date of flight
      • Endorsement shows ground and flight training, and is proficient to conduct solo flight in specific “B” airspace
  • Operate at airport located in “B” airspace:
    • Receive ground and flight training from instructor at specific airport for solo flight
    • Logbook endorsed by instructor within 90-day period preceding date of flight
      • Endorsement shows ground/flight training, and is proficient to conduct solo flight operations at specific airport
61 103 eligibility general
61.103 Eligibility (General)
  • At least 17 years of age
  • Able to read/speak/write/understand English
  • Receive logbook endorsement that:
    • Training was conducted or person’s home study was reviewed on knowledge areas
    • Certified person is prepared for required knowledge test
  • Pass knowledge test
  • Receive flight training & logbook endorsement
      • Training conducted in areas of operation
      • Certified person is prepared for practical test
    • Pass practical test – Comply with Part 61
61 105 aeronautical knowledge
61.105 Aeronautical knowledge

Page 166

61.105 Flight proficiency

Page 168

61 109 private single engine rating
61.109 Private single-engine rating
  • At least 40 hours flight time, and includes
    • 10 hours of solo flight training in area of operations
    • At least 20 hours of flight training, including
      • 3 hours of cross country flight training in a single engine aircraft
      • 3 hours of night flight training in a single engine aircraft
        • 1 cross country flight over 100 NM total distance
        • 10 takeoffs and 10 landings to a full stop
      • 3 hours flight training in a single engine aircraft on control & maneuvering solely by reference of instruments
      • 3 hours flight training in preparation for practical test & performed with 60 days preceding date of test
      • 10 hours of solo flight time in a single engine aircraft, consisting of at least
61 109 private single engine rating1
61.109 Private single-engine rating
  • At least 40 hours flight time, and includes
    • 10 hours of solo flight time in a single engine aircraft
      • 5 hours of solo cross country time
      • 1 solo cross country flight of at least 150 NM total distance, with full-stop landings at a minimum of 3 points
      • 3 takeoffs & 3 landings to a full stop at an airport with an operating tower
61 109 private multi engine rating
61.109 Private multi-engine rating
  • At least 40 hours flight time, and includes
    • 10 hours of solo flight training in area of operations
    • At least 20 hours of flight training, includes
      • 3 hours of cross country flight training in a multi-engine aircraft
      • 3 hours of night flight training in a multi-engine aircraft
        • 1 cross country flight over 100 NM total distance
        • 10 takeoffs and 10 landings to a full stop
      • 3 hours flight training in a multi-engine aircraft on control & maneuvering solely by reference of instruments
      • 3 hours flight training in preparation for practical test & performed with 60 days preceding date of test
      • 10 hours of solo flight time in a multi-engine aircraft, consisting if at least
61 109 private multi engine rating1
61.109 Private multi-engine rating
  • At least 40 hours flight time, and includes
    • 10 hours of solo flight time in a multi-engine aircraft
      • 5 hours of solo cross country time
      • 1 solo cross country flight of at least 150 NM total distance, with full-stop landings at a minimum of 3 points
      • 3 takeoffs & 3 landings to a full stop at an airport with an operating tower
61 110 night flying exceptions
61.110 Night Flying Exceptions
  • Reside in Alaska and receive flight training, but does not meet night requirements
    • May be issued pilot certificate with “Night flying prohibited” limitation
    • Must comply with night flying requirements with the 12-calendar-month period after pilot certificate is issued
  • “Night flying prohibited” is removed when
      • Night flying training requirements are accomplished
      • Training record endorsement in logbook from authorized instructor is presented to examiner
61 113 privileges limitations pic
61.113 Privileges & Limitations: PIC
  • Not act as PIC of aircraft carrying property or passengers for compensation or hire
  • May not act as PIC of aircraft for compensation or hire
  • May act as PIC, for compensation or hire, in connection with business or employment if:
    • Flight is only incidental to business/employment
    • Aircraft does not carry passengers/property for compensation or hire
  • Private pilot may not pay less than pro rata share of operating expenses
    • Only fuel, oil, airport expenditures, or rental fees
61 113 privileges limitations pic1
61.113 Privileges & Limitations: PIC
  • May act as PIC of charitable, non-profit, or community event flight if sponsor & pilot comply with 91.146
  • May be reimbursed for operating expenses directly related to search and rescue
  • May demonstrate aircraft in flight to prospective buyer if he is an aircraft salesman and logged at least 200 hours
part 613

Surely you can’t be serious

Part 61

Subpart F

Commercial Pilots

61 123 eligibility general
61.123 Eligibility: General
  • For commercial pilot certificate, person must
    • Be at least 18 years of age
    • Be able to read, speak, write, understand English
    • Receive logbook endorsement
      • Required ground training conducted
      • Prepared for knowledge test
    • Pass required knowledge test
    • Receive training and logbook endorsement
      • Required training conducted on areas of operation
      • Prepared for practical test
    • Meet aeronautical experience requirements
    • Pass required practical test
    • Hold private pilot certificate
61 125 aeronautical knowledge
61.125 Aeronautical Knowledge
  • Applicable FARs that relate to commercial pilot privileges, limitations, flight operations
  • Accident reporting requirements of NTSB
  • Basic aerodynamics and principles of flight
  • Meteorology – wind shear added
  • Safe/efficient operation of aircraft
  • See remainder of list on page 193 of Part 61
61 127 flight proficiency
61.127 Flight Proficiency
  • See Part 61 Page 194 - 196
61 129 commercial single engine rating
61.129 Commercial single-engine rating
  • At least 250 hours flight time, and includes
    • 100 hours in powered aircraft, 50 hours in airplanes
    • 100 hours of PIC flight time
      • 50 hours in airplanes
      • 50 hours in cross-country flight (10 in airplanes)
    • 20 hours training in area of operation
      • 10 hours instrument training (5 in single-engine airplane)
      • 10 hours training in airplane with retractable landing gear, flaps, and a controllable pitch propeller
      • One cross-country flight of at least 2 hours in single-engine in day VFR, total straight-line distance of more than 100 NM from original point of departure
61 129 commercial single engine rating1
61.129 Commercial single-engine rating
  • 20 hours training in area of operation (con’t)
    • One cross-country flight of at least 2 hours in single-engine in night VFR, total straight-line distance of more than 100 NM from original point of departure
    • 3 hours in single-engine airplane in preparation for the practical test, within 60-day period preceding date of test
  • At least 250 hours flight time, and includes
    • 10 hours solo flight in single-engine including:
      • One cross-country flight of not less 300 NM total distance with landings at a minimum of 3 points
      • 5 hours in night VFR conditions with 10 takeoffs and 10 landings at an airport with an operating tower
        • Each landing involves a flight in the traffic pattern
61 129 commercial multi engine rating
61.129 Commercial multi-engine rating
  • At least 250 hours flight time, and includes
    • 100 hours in powered aircraft, 50 hours in airplanes
    • At least 10 hours of PIC flight time
      • 50 hours in airplanes
      • 50 hours in cross-country flight (10 in airplanes)
    • 20 hours training in area of operation
      • 10 hours of instrument training ( 5 in multi-engine airplane)
      • 10 hours training in airplane with retractable landing gear, flaps, and a controllable pitch propeller
      • One cross-country flight of at least 2 hours in multi-engine in day VFR, total straight-line distance of more than 100 NM from original point of departure
61 129 commercial multi engine rating1
61.129 Commercial multi-engine rating
  • At least 250 hours flight time, and includes
    • 20 hours training in area of operation (con’t)
      • One cross-country flight of at least 2 hours in multi-engine in night VFR, total straight-line distance of more than 100 NM from original point of departure
      • 3 hours in multi-engine airplane in preparation for the practical test, within 60-day period preceding date of test
    • 10 hours solo flight in multi-engine including or 10 hours of flight time performing PIC in multi-engine:
      • One cross-country flight of not less 300 NM total distance with landings at a minimum of 3 points
      • 5 hours in night VFR conditions with 10 takeoffs and 10 landings at an airport with an operating tower
        • Each landing involves a flight in the traffic pattern
61 129 aeronautical experience con t
61.129 Aeronautical Experience (Con’t)
  • Permitted credit for use of a flight simulator or flight training device (not under Part 142)
    • Credit maximum 50 hours
  • Permitted credit for use of a flight simulator or flight training device (under Part 142)
    • Credit maximum 100 hours
  • Complete an approved commercial pilot course under Part 142, only 190 hours of total aeronautical experience required
61 131 night flying exceptions
61.131 Night Flying Exceptions
  • Reside in Alaska and receive flight training, but does not meet night requirements
    • May be issued pilot certificate with “Night flying prohibited” limitation
    • Must comply with night flying requirements with the 12-calendar-month period after pilot certificate is issued
  • “Night flying prohibited” is removed when
      • Night flying training requirements are accomplished
      • Training record endorsement in logbook from authorized instructor is presented to examiner
61 131 privileges and limitations
61.131 Privileges and Limitations
  • Hold commercial pilot certificate, may act as PIC of an aircraft:
    • Carrying passengers or property for hire or compensation if qualified and
    • In accordance with other applicable Parts 61
  • Hold commercial pilot certificate, but not instrument rating for airplane:
    • Certificate contains limitation
      • Carriage of passengers for hire in airplanes on cross-country flight in excess of 50 NM or at night is prohibited
part 614

The Big Kahuna

Part 61

Subpart G

Airline Transport Pilots

61 153 eligibility general
61.153 Eligibility: General
  • At least 23 years of age
  • Be able to read, speak, and write English
  • Be of good moral character
  • Meet one of the following requirements
    • Hold at least a commercial pilot certificate and an instrument rating
    • Meet military experience to qualify for a commercial pilot certificate and an instrument rating
    • Hold either a foreign airline transport pilot or commercial pilot license and an instrument rating without limitations
61 153 eligibility general con t
61.153 Eligibility: General (Con’t)
  • Meet aeronautical experience
  • Pass a knowledge test on aeronautical areas
  • Pass practical test on areas of operation
61 159 atp aeronautical experience
61.159 ATP Aeronautical Experience
  • At least 1,500 hours or total time includes:
    • 500 hours of cross-country time
    • 100 hours of night flight time
    • 75 hours of instrument flight time (actual or simulated)
      • No more than 25 hours of simulated instrument time in a flight simulator or flight training device
      • Max of 50 hours of training in a flight simulator or flight training device can be credited toward the instrument flight time requirement (under 142)
      • Training in a flight simulator or flight training device must represent an airplane
61 159 aeronautical experience
61.159 Aeronautical Experience
  • At least 1,500 hours or total time includes:
    • 250 hours of flight time as PIC or as SIC performing duties as PIC under supervision:
      • 100 hours of cross-country time
      • 25 hours of night flight time
    • Not more that 100 hours of total aeronautical experience obtained in flight simulator or flight training device
      • Person who has performed at least 20 night takeoffs and landings to a full stop may substitute each additional night takeoff and landing to a full stop for 1 hour of night flight time, not to exceed 25 hours of night flight time.
61 159 aeronautical experience1
61.159 Aeronautical Experience
  • Commercial pilot may credit following SIC flight time or flight-engineer time toward the 1,500 hour total time
    • Second-in-command time:
      • Required to have more than one pilot by flight manual
      • Engaged in operations under Subpart K of part 91, 121, or 135
    • Flight-engineer time:
      • Airplane required to have flight engineer by flight manual
      • Acquired with engaged in operations under Part 121
      • Acquired while participating in pilot training program approved under Part 121
      • Does not exceed more than 1 hour for each 3 hours of flight engineer flight time for a total credited time of no more than 500 hours
61 159 aeronautical experience2
61.159 Aeronautical Experience
  • Applicant may be issued ATP with this endorsement:
    • “Holder does not meet the PIC aeronautical experience requirements of ICAO” if applicant:
      • Credits SIC or flight-engineer time toward the 1,500 hours total flight time
      • Does not have at least 1,200 hours of flight time as a pilot, including no more than 50 percent as SIC time and none as flight-engineer time
    • Once pilot accumulates 1,200 hours of flight time as a pilot including no more than 50 percent as SIC time and none as flight-engineer time, ATP certificate will be issued without endorsement
61 167 privileges
61.167 Privileges
  • ATP certificate is entitled to same privileges as commercial pilot certificate with instrument rating
  • ATP may instruct other pilots in air transportation service and endorse logbook
  • ATP may instruct in flight simulator and flight training device and endorse logbook
  • Excluding briefing and debriefings, ATP may not instruct for more than:
    • 8 hours in any 24-consecutive-hour period
    • 36 hours in any 7-consecutive-day period
  • May not instruct CAT II or CAT III operations unless trained and successfully tested
part 615

Now we are somebody!!

Part 61

Subpart H

Flight Instructors

61 183 flight instructor requirements
61.183 Flight Instructor Requirements
  • At least 18 years old
  • Read, speak, write, and understand English
  • Hold either commercial pilot certificate or ATP
  • Receive logbook endorsement
  • Pass 2 knowledge tests
  • Pass required practical test
  • Log at least 15 hours as PIC in appropriate airplane for instructor rating being sought
61 189 flight instructor records
61.189 Flight Instructor Records
  • MUST sign logbook of each person to whom instructor gave flight or ground training
  • Must maintain logbook than contains
    • Name of each person they have endorsed for solo flight privileges and date of endorsement
    • Name of each person they have endorsed for knowledge or practical test, and also indicate the kind of test, date and results
  • Must retain records for at least 3 years
61 193 flight instructor privileges
61.193 Flight Instructor Privileges
  • Give training and endorsements to:
    • Student pilot certificate
    • Pilot certificate
    • Flight instructor certificate
    • Ground instructor certificate
    • Aircraft rating
    • Instrument rating
    • Flight review
    • Practical test
    • Knowledge test
61 195 limitation and qualifications
61.195 Limitation and Qualifications
  • Hours of training
    • Any 24-consecutive-hour period
    • Conduct not more than 8 hours of flight training
  • Instrument rating
    • Rating on flight instructor/pilot certificate
    • Appropriate to category and class of aircraft
  • Student pilot endorsements
    • Must have given flight training required
    • Student prepared to conduct flight safely
61 197 renewal cfi
61.197 Renewal CFI
  • If certificate has not expired
    • Pass practical test
      • Ratings listed on current flight instructor certificate
      • An additional flight instructor rating
  • Present to authorized FAA FS Inspector
    • Within preceding 24 months
      • Endorsed 5 students for practical test
        • 80% passed test on first attempt
      • Served as company check pilot, chief flight instructor, company check airman, or flight instructor
      • Graduation certificate completing an approved flight instructor refresher course
        • Within preceding 3 calendar months
61 211 ground instructors
61.211 Ground Instructors
  • At least 18 years old
  • Read, speak, write, and understand English
  • Pass knowledge test on fundamentals of instructing
  • Pass knowledge test on aeronautical knowledge areas
61 217 recent experience requirements
61.217 Recent Experience Requirements
  • Within preceding 12 months
    • Served at least 3 months as ground instructor
    • Received endorsement for authorized ground or flight instructor certifying person has demonstrated satisfactory proficiency in subject areas