BFR Considerations – Foreign licence issue or validations

Report
Instructor Seminars 2007
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Who flies with pilots operating on
a licence issued by a State other
than NZ?
 Refer to web under ‘Pilots’’
 CPL/ATPL – Flight Test & Law exam
 PPL entry level is BFR
 Fundamental differences awareness
 Finding the gaps
 Standard relates to issue privileges (FTSG)
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Eligibility requirements
 Application
 Logbook assessment
 Current overseas pilot licence
 Unexpired overseas medical
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A C requires...
 “A comprehensive briefing covering all appropriate
aspects of VFR operations in NZ airspace”
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Where to start – ground work...
 NZ section of Flight Manual
 Legal requirements
 C of A
 Group Rating Number
 Technical log
 P Charts if retained
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Promulgated documents...
 Aviation Information Publication (AIP Vols 1 & 4)
 Supplements - NOTAM
 Information circulars
 Charts – scale
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Airspace...
 Various types & associated procedures
 Cruising levels/magnetic tables
 Air traffic services
 Flight plans/Sartime
 IFIS
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Rules & Advisory Circulars...
 Part 91 – operating rule
 Rules frequently confronted
 Logging of flight time
 Part 12 & 005 form
 Sample ASL law exam?
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Meteorology...
 Met-flight & IFIS
 NZ climatology
 Changeable & mountainous
 Continental v oceanic
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Communications...
 Blind spots
 Language
 Colloquialisms & accents
 Standard phraseology
 Radio flight telephone operator rating
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Pre-flight
 Practises vary especially refuelling
 Observe
 Make no assumptions
 First flight of day – operator v pilot responsibilities
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Flight exercise variances...
 Standard overhead rejoins
 Stalling
 Compass turns
 Forced landing without power
 Precision landings
 Low flying
 Grass field
 Precautionary landing technique
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Endorsements...
 Instrument time cannot be endorsed
 Cross country
 Night
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Questions...
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General reminder points...
 What’s New
 Syllabus reviews
 English language testing – pre solo
 ITC courses
 KDRs
 Forms – use latest versions
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General points cont...
 FPP Applications
 Complete packages
 Cross country briefings – reporting points
 RTF communications
 Part 61 Stage II & III NPRM
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Integrity of Standards
 Cheating/dishonesty
 Exams/logbook fraud/correct recording of time
 Timetable pressures
 Certifying – don’t compromise your standards
 NZ licences highly regarded
 Integrity of these in your hands
 Retain & maintain high standards
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Questions...
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