MEP IR(ME) revalidation
I need your opinions.
If a pilot has to make MEP IR(ME) revalidation with no flights during the preceeding year I, as examiner (CRE), let the pilot perform a route sector under my supervision and a proficiency check of 60 minutes.
Reading JAR FCL section 2 AMC1.425:
 An examiner should plan a test/check flight so that the flight time in an aeroplane or ground time in
an approved synthetic training device is not less than:
a. 90 minutes for PPL and CPL, including navigation section;
b. 60 minutes for IR, FI and single pilot type/class rating; and
c. 120 minutes for CPL/IR and ATPL.
and adding 15 minutes for the route sector I think to be right if I say 75 minutes total to fly for a MEP IR(ME) revalidation.
Now, changing the FTO where I collaborate another CRE is saying that the pilot has to fly 120 minutes 60+60 because the "and" at point b of the AMC 1.425.
I don't agree with him.
What do you think?????