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PostPosted: Wed Dec 30, 2009 6:45 pm 
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Very embarrasing moment this morning when i was to have taken my check ride for private pilot and discovered that i didn't have enough cross country hours and was sent packing - good news was that i didn't fail the test because i wasn't technically qualified to take it.

the stickler was the requirement that cross country involve flights to other airports that are a minimum of 50 straight line miles from the departure airport.

my question to the community is whether the X Country dual instruction must also be on trips of over 50 nautical miles as it isn't really clear from FAR 61.1.3ii(b) vs. 61.109a1

I now have the X country time but question whether the X Country dual instruction time on the IACRA should be "normal" X Country training or 61.1.3ii(b) time.

Thanks
Chris


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