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Private Pilot Instrument Rating Commercial Single and Muli-Engine

 

For a Multi Engine Airplane Rating :
Total Time : 250 hours of flight time as a pilot that consists of at least:
A. 100 hours in powered aircraft, of which 50 hours must be in airplanes.
B. 100 hours of pilot-in-command flight time, that includes at least–
50 hours in airplanes; and
50 hours in cross-country flying of which at least 10 hours must be in airplanes.
C. Dual: 20 hours of flight training on the Commercial Pilot areas of operation that includes at least–
10 hours of instrument training of which at least 5 hours must be in a single engine airplane; (See Note 2)
10 hours of training in a complex airplane or a turbine powered airplane;
1 cross-country of 2 hours in a single engine airplane in day VFR conditions of a total straight line distance of more than 100 nm. from the departure point;
1 cross-country of 2 hours in a single engine airplane in night VFR conditions of a total straight line distance of more than 100 nm. from the departure point;
3 hours of flight training in a single engine airplane within the preceding 60 days prior to the practical test.
C. Solo:10 hours of solo flight in a single engine airplane on the Commercial Pilot areas of operation, that includes– (see Note 1)
One cross-country flight of not less than 300 nm. with landings with a min of 3 points, one of which is a straight line distance of more than 250 nm.; and
5 hours in night VFR conditions with 10 takeoffs and 10 landings at a controlled airport.
NOTE 1:
Except for Commercial Pilot applicants who complete a Part 141 approved Commercial Pilot Certification course of training, the “10 hours of solo flying . . . on the Commercial Pilot areas of operation” for the single engine airplane, multiengine airplane, ratings would need to reflect at least 20 hours of solo time in the “Solo” box of the aircraft category on the “Airman Certificate and/or Rating Application” (FAA Form 8710-1) to account for the Private Pilot solo aeronautical experience.
NOTE 2:
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