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Old 12-14-2018, 03:48 PM   #14  
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Originally Posted by Kilroy View Post
Was wondering (for legal reason only, not safety) technically I’m legal to fly a Cessna 310 without any check outs or flight instruction received if I was bold enough to just jump in one and fly since it’s the same category and class?
Despite what many think, there is no such thing as a "checkout" in the eyes of the FAA. If you are rated SEL, MEL you can fly anything that doesn't float and the wings don't spin.

Hop in any airplane not requiring a type (or the MU-2) and fire it right up. Not a safety issue for most fixed gear single engine airplanes, but anything exotic or twins it's not a good idea.

Triva time, what prop airplane over 12,500 doesn't require a type?
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