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100 Hour PPL(A) TK

Old 14th Feb 2019, 14:28
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100 Hour PPL(A) TK

I seem to remember somebody at some point telling me about an AltMoc as a get out of the 100hours TK requirement.

The AltMoc spreadsheet references 2014-00001 and 2014-00016 issued by the UK CAA and French DGAC - that's the closest that I can find (AMC1 to 210 and 215), reference wise. However, I cannot find the actual text.

Was I just dreaming this, or does somebody have either the text of the above AltMocs or another reference in play?
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No, you were not dreaming it. I believe it came out in an IN, but I can find no trace of it. I have the 2013 IN introducing the100 hour requirement in 2013, but the one offering an alternative method seems to have disappeared. It would have been about 2015.
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CAP 1721 page 50 CAP1721: Alternative Means of Compliance (AltMoCs)
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