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Instructor logging duel Sim time

Old 19th Jul 2009, 11:31
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Question Instructor logging duel Sim time

Hey all,

I recently became an JAA Instrument instructor, I will teach both in the sim FNTP 2 and the A/C.
Can anyone tell me if i can log the time in the Sim as Duel given?
Can i use those hours towards the CPL Instructors rating (min 200 duel given)
and last of all Where can i find that in the law?

Thanks in advance,

Kevin
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Old 19th Jul 2009, 14:44
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Can anyone tell me if i can log the time in the Sim
You only log flight time! Sim time may be logged by a student when it is part of an approved course. As an instructor its worth nothing!
JAR-FCL 1.080
(iii) The holder of an instructor
rating may log as pilot-in-command all
flight time during which he acts as an
instructor in an aeroplane.
You may be required by your employer to keep a record of Sim time as it affects your duty hours, rest periods and must not exceed an approved maximum.

Can i use those hours towards the CPL Instructors rating (min 200 duel given)
There is no such thing as a CPL Instructors rating! The 200 hour requirement is in JAR-FCL 1.330
(b) the issue of a CPL(A), provided that the
FI(A) has completed at least 500 hours of flight
time as a pilot of aeroplanes including at least
200 hours of flight instruction;
Thus of the 500 hours in aeroplanes 200 must be instruction also in aeroplanes.


All of this should be clearly stated in your FTO Operations Manual!

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This is different though, apparently he's fighting his student in the simulator........
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That was a voice in the wilderness, Twiddle . Still funny though.
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Must be fighting for the pilot seat to claim the hours!
That was a voice in the wilderness
Surely not, he claims to be a JAA IRI so he must be working at an approved FTO who are required to provide staff training!
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So that's why the sim is always scheduled at sunrise.
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A bit like this then



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