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Old 10-17-2018, 12:44 PM   #21  
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I heard today that an FAA Inspector gave the guy in the left seat a .299 PIC check 2weeks prior to this flight, even though he only had an SIC type. Apparently the inspector missed it.
What a $hit show.
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I heard today that an FAA Inspector gave the guy in the left seat a .299 PIC check 2weeks prior to this flight, even though he only had an SIC type. Apparently the inspector missed it.
What a $hit show.
Would that incorporate a removal of the SIC limitation and the check is in the mail?
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Would that incorporate a removal of the SIC limitation and the check is in the mail?
Nooo, a line check is not a type ride.
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Some interesting current comments by JD Aero (legal firm) on illegal charters or "134.5" charters.

Gray Charters become a Federal Case | JDA Journal
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Old 11-20-2018, 03:02 PM   #25  
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I heard today that an FAA Inspector gave the guy in the left seat a .299 PIC check 2weeks prior to this flight, even though he only had an SIC type. Apparently the inspector missed it.
What a $hit show.
I know of an inspector who conducted a .299 and missed the fact a .293(a) was not completed.
Memphis (?) FSDO.
He also fell asleep observing a company check airman conducting an oral.
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