Old 13th Apr 2019, 08:14
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Cloudee
 
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Originally Posted by roundsounds View Post
CASA have effectively created “type ratings” for every type and for the same type depending on the equipment fitted.
Sure, you can go and jump into something you’ve not flown before with the appropriate class and design feature qual’s. If you bend it, you’d be likely deemed not competent and subject to CASA action.

General Competency Rule (61.385)
The general competency rule (61.385) is really just common sense. CASA’s administration of it probably won’t be. As a previous poster said, have some sort of paper trail. Getting checked out to hire and fly the aircraft should cover it.
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