View Full Version : Instrument rating as P1?

21st Apr 2005, 09:52
Hi Everyone,

Here's a question to which I have had a variety of answers.
Can one do an instrument rating and log the time as PI under supervision? Or are you P/ut in this situation. Need to hour build but want to use the time as cleverly as possible. What,if anyone is certain, is the final JAR ruling on this one?


21st Apr 2005, 12:21
I am not 100% sure about this, but I think you can log it as P1 as long as you pass the test.

21st Apr 2005, 12:52
Do you mean the test itself or the course?

21st Apr 2005, 14:13
Sorry mis-read that, I was talking about the test itself. The training will be dual.

21st Apr 2005, 21:24
Every test I have done and a friend of mine is an examiner, every check ride you are PIC. The examiner is only there in a role to observe and ask to perform a manouver or demonstrate.

Therefore you are P1. As far as I am aware that is!


21st Apr 2005, 22:11
During the training for the IR, you are PU/T. The test can be logged as PICUS if you pass. If you fail, it's PU/T The PICUS can be counted as P1 time for licence issue if the logbook entry is endorsed by the Examiner.

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