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Old 14th Jun 2015, 23:56
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Yorkshireaviator
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: thirsk, north yorkshire
Age: 53
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training past TBO etc

Hi,
Can any one give a definitive answer to a question I've had nagging me for some time. Whereas it is clear you cannot carry out ab initio training in an aircraft that is past TBO+20% or out of calendar life, the situation regarding biennial flights and non ab-initio furtherance/conversion training seems more obscure. The way I read it the same rules do not apply, although permit aircraft are not allowed unless the trainee is a shareholder.
Am I right, or has ANY form of training got to be within TBO and calendar life? I am a CRI undertaking microlight to SSEA conversions and differences training plus biennials. Sources of info would be appreciated. CAP804 is pretty ambiguous (or am I just being thick!)
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