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4.14 Competency, Currency and Recency

4.14.2 State the recent experience requirements of a pilot-in-command, by day and by night, who is the holder of a private pilot licence. CAR 61

(b) private pilot – day flight:

A holder of a private pilot licence must not act as pilot-in-command of an aircraft carrying a passenger during the day unless, within the 90 days immediately preceding the flight the person has—

(1) carried out (as pilot-in-command of an aircraft or an approved synthetic flight trainer of the same type) not less than 3 take-offs and 3 landings during the day; or

(2) satisfactorily demonstrated to an appropriately qualified Category A or B flight instructor competence in take-off and landing manoeuvres during the day in an aircraft of the same type; or

(3) satisfactorily demonstrated competence for the issue of the appropriate pilot licence in accordance with this Part, in an aircraft of the same type.

(c) private pilot – night flight:

A holder of a private pilot licence must not act as pilot-in-command of an aircraft carrying a passenger at night unless, within the 90 days immediately preceding the flight the person has—

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