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Logging landing during instruction

Old 17th Mar 2018, 19:13
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Good, Bose-x had just shown me somewhere not to go to next
year when I renew my MEP and single crew IR. (Just have to
work out where "his" school is).

If I am paying 250 - 300 per hour (or more)
to fly an airways equipped twin I won't be very
happy to have an instructor spending my money
to keep current because the school isn't professional
enough to ensure that he remains legally
qualified to do the job I am paying that school
for.
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Old 18th Mar 2018, 11:14
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Even with IR training, who's to say that the instructor didn't have to 'take control' to assist in a landing as the student was maxed out.
Who's to know?
Mind you have sat through some dreadful landings by instructors, so perhaps they should get more practise.
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Old 18th Mar 2018, 11:53
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to ensure that he remains legally qualified to do the job
Where in the law is 90 day recency required to teach or test?

Any flight you do with a FI or FE legally counts as PIC for them, so you are paying for them to remain current whatever!
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Old 18th Mar 2018, 18:41
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Originally Posted by excrab View Post
Good, Bose-x had just shown me somewhere not to go to next
year when I renew my MEP and single crew IR. (Just have to
work out where "his" school is).

If I am paying 250 - 300 per hour (or more)
to fly an airways equipped twin I won't be very
happy to have an instructor spending my money
to keep current because the school isn't professional
enough to ensure that he remains legally
qualified to do the job I am paying that school
for.
Your choice. You would be denying yourself the opportunity of flying with a great bunch in a sunny location.
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