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4.12 Eligibility, Privileges and Limitations

4.12.2 Describe the allowance for a person who does not hold a current pilot licence to fly dual with a flying 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.

4.12.4 State the solo flight requirements on a person who does not hold a current pilot 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—

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