Thanx for the information!
Is there someone outthere who has got the JAR version of this?
In case the CAA's requirements are different?
This is what I found:
JAR FCL 1.245(e)
(f) Expired Ratings
(1) If a type rating or multi-engine
class rating has expired, the applicant shall
meet any refresher training requirements as
determined by the Authority and complete a
proficiency check in accordance with
Appendices 1 and 2 or 3 to JAR–FCL 1.240.
The rating will be valid from the date of
completion of the renewal requirements.
So still no answer :-(
And nice to know...
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SKILL TEST/PROFICIENCY CHECK FOR A MULTI-PILOT
AEROPLANE AND FOR THE SKILL TEST REQUIRED FOR THE ATPL(A)
9 The test/check for a multi-pilot aeroplane shall be performed in a multi-crew environment. Another
applicant or another pilot, may function as second pilot. If an aeroplane, rather than a simulator, is used
for the test/check, the second pilot shall be an instructor.
10 An applicant shall be required to operate as ‘pilot flying’ (PF) during all sections of the test/check,
except item 2.6 and abnormal and emergency procedures items 3.4.0 to 3.4.14 and items 3.6.0 to 3.6.9
which may be conducted as PF or PNF in accordance with Multi-Crew Co-operation (in accordance with
Appendix 2 to 1.240 & 1.295). The applicant for the initial issue of a multi-pilot aeroplane type rating or
ATPL(A) shall also demonstrate the ability to act as ‘pilot not flying’ (PNF). The applicant may choose
either the left hand or the right hand seat for the test/check if all items in the test/check can be executed
from the selected seat.