Recency And IR Checks India

Recency And IR Checks India

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  • Hey guys, need a little help. I have my FAA CPL and IR with multi-engine on the Seneca. Now, I need to do my recency in india. So, can IR checks be done on C-152? Or should it be on the C-172? Which technical papers do I have to give to get my recency done? Please help. Your kind help is sincerely appreciated. Thanx.
  • If u want Ir on multi…it has to be done on Seneca in the preceding 6months …i guess u have a multi commercial…so if u have a document which says u have cleared technical in usa, then u can go fly that particular aircraft…
    U will need to do a Fam + day check + night check +Ir check (if multi Ir required )on seneca (if not done in preceding 6 months before submission)
    + Cross country checks (ie 120 nm and 250)
    If u can afford to do everything on seneca then thats it (cost of seneca is @40-45k at chimes aviation )
    If u cant
    Then u will have to do only everything mentioned above - cross country check on seneca
    Fam +Day Check+Night Check+Cross country checks on C-152 or C-172 (u will have to clear Dgca tech specific …if u dont have a doc which says u cleared tech in usa )
  • actually for c152 & 172 if u have previously flown in US … nd have it stamped in logbook ..u dont have to give Tech specific for 152 & 172….
  • u will also need an RTR , FRTOL and SPL to fly in india … SPL will be issued by the flying club on basis of the DGCA exams which u have passed …
  • Thats slightly misleading to say having it endorsed in the logbook is enough . Karan Aroskar The DGCA wants Commercial Single Engine Land on the FAA license . If not then you need to pass the tech specific exam if you want single on the DGCA license
  • when u give ur checkride , the examiner takes an oral tech specific…u can make a document which says u have cleared tech specific and its an oral exam
    Have that document countersigned by the Faa examiner and the Chief Flying instructor of ur school !
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