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Morgan S.P
25th Jul 2019, 09:05
Hi all

Is there any EASA limitation not to fly mix fleet 747-400 and 777-300ER at the same time for the same company under EASA license?????

Regards,

safelife
25th Jul 2019, 12:17
You can fly B737-300 and A350-1000, just not on the same day.

Check Airman
25th Jul 2019, 16:23
You can fly B737-300 and A350-1000, just not on the same day.

Some days, you'd just rather not go in :}

Jim_A
29th Jul 2019, 02:25
What are the most fleets anyone has been qualified on at any one time?

Check Airman
29th Jul 2019, 06:10
I'd hazzard a guess that whatever the number is, the person would be employed by a manufacturer.

Meikleour
29th Jul 2019, 10:18
I did some training with an Airbus Instructor whose licence endorsement page simply said "All Airbus Types"!

Sleepybhudda
29th Jul 2019, 10:42
Current on DHC-7 and DHC-6 and instructor on both under Part NCC. I also hold a valid ATR 42/72 TRE and can instruct in the sim while current on the other 2 turbo-prop types. Part CAT limits it to the following.

AMC1 ORO.FC.240 Operation on more than one type or variant
GENERAL

(a) Aeroplanes

(1) When a flight crew member operates more than one aeroplane class, type or variant, as determined by the operational suitability data established in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 748/2012 for class-single pilot or type-single pilot, but not within a single licence endorsement, the operator should ensure that the flight crew member does not operate more than:

(i) three reciprocating engine aeroplane types or variants;

(ii) three turbo-propeller aeroplane types or variants;

(iii) one turbo-propeller aeroplane type or variant and one reciprocating engine

aeroplane type or variant; or

(iv) one turbo-propeller aeroplane type or variant and any aeroplane within a particular class.

Also

(ii) the flight crew member does not operate more than two aeroplane types or variants for which a separate licence endorsement is required, unless credits related to the training, checking, and recent experience requirements are defined in operational suitability data established in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 748/2012 for the relevant types or variants; and

So basically you can fly the 747 and 777 but not in the same duty period. It doesn't mean its a good idea!

Hope thats what your looking for.