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6th Feb 2019, 13:24
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Validation

A 61.75 piggyback FAA PPL would probably be better described as a licence validation, rather than a licence in itís own right
6th Feb 2019, 10:59
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Posted By established28

Licence

As has been quoted by others here, DI essentially had a US piggyback FAA 61.75 PPL no IR. This is normally gained for the purpose of holiday flying in the US or hour building there. According to...
5th Feb 2019, 17:06
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Posted By established28

Medical

DI held an FAA Class 2 medical according to the airmen registry. This medical is normally issued for the holder of an FAA Commercial. There is normally a time period in the FAA airmen database of a...
3rd Feb 2019, 14:17
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Posted By established28

FAA 61.75

Perhaps there should be greater oversight of FAA 61.75 licences issued on the basis of U.K. PPLís. They contribute to an apparent lack of knowledge of FAA regulations as no FAA testing is required...
3rd Feb 2019, 12:46
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Posted By established28

Holding Out

The FAA term from memory is ĎHolding Outí and I recall reading that the FAA won itís case against a flight sharing website in 2017. This FAA term is unlikely to have been known by a 61.57 issued FAA...
3rd Feb 2019, 10:40
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Posted By established28

Get-there-itis

Thatís right, get-there-itis is a major issue here. The FAA have a few questions regarding that in their ATP syllabus. However DI was flying on an FAA 61.75 licence issued on the basis of a U.K. PPL...
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