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CRI course on own aeroplane?

Old 22nd Jan 2013, 17:11
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CRI course on own aeroplane?

Hello,

Does anyone know if it is possible to do a CRI (SEP) course on ones own aeroplane (a/c is on a private EASA C of A)?

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Old 22nd Jan 2013, 19:52
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Yes it is possible if the aircraft is suitable. It will need to be put on the schools list of approved aircraft. You might like to look at AIC White 1/2011 Best to discuss it with the ATO/FTO where you want to do the training.
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Thanks Whopity.

Just checked the AIC and it says that for an EASA aircraft ''individuals are permitted to pay an instructor for training in their own private solely-owned or jointly owned EASA aircraft.''

It also seems to be possible for non-EASA aircraft (C of A and Permit) , although there are some restrictions attached, but for EASA aircraft there doesn't appear to be the same restrictions/caveats. Insurance would need to cover 'use for flying training' though.

Do you know where it says the aircraft needs to be added to the schools list of approved aircraft. I guess this is just a general requirement for the school (to conduct flying training) rather than specific to this particular situation?

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It can be found here in AMC1 ORA.ATO.105 Application in the ATO application form. The registration of all aircraft is required, so any additional aircraft will need to be added to the approval.
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