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FI(A) revalidation with IR privileges

Old 12th Feb 2024, 11:27
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FI(A) revalidation with IR privileges

I'm about to revalidate my EASA FI(A) certificate with IR privileges. I'm not meeting the 50hours (and 10hours IR) requirements this time and I need to take an AoC.

Is it possible the IR part of the AoC to be done in the FNPTII? I asked an FIE and he told me 'no'. Thnaks!
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Sounds like a good answer. All you have to do is teach an instrument approach during the AoC.
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