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lukeh99
12-06-2018, 05:11 PM
I was talking to someone recently from CommutAir in the training dept. who said hours spent instructing count toward the 1,000 hour PIC / 3,000 hour total service United CPP requirement. Does anyone know how simulator and ground instructors get credit for this at CommutAir? Is it a certain number of hours per day? 1:1 time spent instructing? Some other conversion factor?


JediCheese
12-07-2018, 04:38 AM
My understanding you get a set amount per type of activity. There is also a cap on these hours toward CPP so you can't sit in the training department, never fly, and still flow.

v1valarob
12-07-2018, 05:30 AM
My understanding you get a set amount per type of activity. There is also a cap on these hours toward CPP so you can't sit in the training department, never fly, and still flow.

I believe it also doesnít kick in until 6 months after starting in the training department.


c402fr8er
12-07-2018, 01:50 PM
I believe it also doesnít kick in until 6 months after starting in the training department.

After 6 months in the TD, captain-qualified (I'm pretty sure they mean line-qualified) instructors get 3 hours of PIC credit for each ground or sim session taught. Up to a maximum of 500 hours

lukeh99
12-07-2018, 02:28 PM
After 6 months in the TD, captain-qualified (I'm pretty sure they mean line-qualified) instructors get 3 hours of PIC credit for each ground or sim session taught. Up to a maximum of 500 hours

Wow itís hard to imagine why anyone would do this if their goal is to move on to United.

marshal
12-08-2018, 06:22 PM
Wow itís hard to imagine why anyone would do this if their goal is to move on to United.



It depends on their other qualifications. I know several people in the CPP who still have to finish their degree. If you lived in IAD you could spend a lot of time at home while still earning CPP hours and completing their degree.


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