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Recency - CARs 91

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91.02.4 (1) A pilot shall not act as PIC of an aircraft, or second-in-command (SIC) of an aircraft required to be crewed by more than one pilot, carrying passengers by day, unless such pilot has personally, within the 90 days immediately preceding the flight, carried out either by day or by night at least three take-offs and three landings in the same class or, if a type rating is required, type or variant of aeroplane, and in the case of a helicopter three circuits including three take-offs and three landings in the same type of helicopter as that in which such flight is to be undertaken. The landings required by this sub-regulation may be completed in an FSTD approved for the purpose. In the case of a tail-wheel aeroplane, each landing shall be carried out to a full-stop.

(2) A pilot shall not act as PIC of an aircraft, or SIC of an aircraft required to be crewed by more than one pilot, carrying passengers by night, unless the pilot has personally, within the 90 days immediately preceding the flight, carried out at least three take-offs and three landings by night in the same class or, if a type rating is required, type or variant of aeroplane, and in the case of a helicopter three circuits including three take-offs and three landings in the same type of helicopter as that in which such flight is to be undertaken. The landings required by this subregulation may be completed in an FSTD approved for the purpose. In the case of a tail-wheel aeroplane, each landing shall be to a full-stop.

(3) Where the take-off and landing requirement referred to in subregulations (1) and (2) have been satisfied in a multi-engine aircraft, the requirement shall be deemed to have been met in respect of single-engine aircraft as well.

(4) A pilot shall not act as PIC or SIC of an aircraft on an instrument approach to an aerodrome in IMC unless the pilot has, within the 90 days immediately preceding such approach procedure or procedures established by the Director or an appropriate authority—

(a)

executed at least two approaches in an aircraft or an FSTD approved for the purpose or a combination of aircraft and FSTD approved for the purpose, either under actual or simulated conditions, with reference to flight instruments only; or

(b)

undergone the appropriate skill test as prescribed in regulation 61.15 of Part 61 of these regulations.

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