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Old 25th Jun 2021, 04:22
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Originally Posted by Duck Pilot View Post
Iím sure every pilot will be able to fully comprehend it all, particularly with regards to changing between appendices during a single duty period. The 2 days of annual re-currency training, 28 day rosters and mandatory 6 days off within a rolling 28 day period are a few little land mines that some operators havenít recognised yet.

Wash up is that most AOC holders will need to hire more pilots in order to remain compliant with the 48.1 regs.

Interesting. Iíve heard a couple people mention training takes two days. Where are they getting that from?

CASA syllabus is only about 8 hours long, full day but thatís not two days.
And the regs donít state that it needs to be annual. CAAP says the operator can stipulate the time period. Did their operator say recurrent is annual? And is their syllabus that big that it takes 2 days?
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Old 27th Jun 2021, 10:44
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Originally Posted by compressor stall View Post
So youíre in the left seat from Sydney to Perth at FL380. Can you take a pee in the lav without either copping a $8500 dollar fine or descending OCTA?
Stallie, your weapon could reach the ground from FL380, just put your mask on and open the window, completely legal under the new rules. Problem solved. You are accustomed to a bit of frostbite.

Originally Posted by SHVC View Post
Even if the PIC cant leave their seat whilst OCTA or whatever this is about. If the PIC has not gone to the lav by TOD, or hold on until landing there is bigger problems
Never seen it written in the rules anywhere around the world where the PIC needs to occupy a window/control seat.
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