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36.12 Eligibility, Privileges and Limitations
36.12.2 Describe the allowance for a person who does not hold a current pilot licence to fly dual with an instructor. CAR 61
(a) A person who does not hold a current pilot licence issued or validated in accordance with this Part must not manipulate the controls of an aircraft unless the person is—
- (1) receiving dual flight instruction from an appropriately qualified flight instructor who occupies a pilot seat; or
- (2) acting as a pilot in command in accordance with rule 61.105.
(b) A person receiving dual flight instruction under paragraph (a)(1) may log those hours as dual flight time.
36.12.4 State the solo flight requirements on a person who does not hold a current pilot's licence. CAR 61
61.105 Solo flight requirements
(a) A person who does not hold a current pilot licence issued or validated under this Part must not fly an aircraft solo unless—
- (1) the person is at least 16 years of age; and
- (2) the person holds—
- (i) at least a current class 2 medical certificate issued by the Director under the Act; or
- (ii) a medical certificate, issued under rule 44(1) of the Land Transport (Driver Licensing) Rule 1999, that is applicable for a Class 2, 3, 4 or 5 driver licence with passenger endorsement which—
- (A) was issued within the previous 5 years; or
- (B) if the person is 40 years of age or older, was issued within the previous 24 months; and