- Nov 27, 2001
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What's the going rate for both of these type ratings? My info is dated. Thanks in advance.
clownhater said:What about the Falcon 900? Any ball park figures for type appreciated. Also, what type rating is required for the 900? Is that a completely separate type rating or does that cover any other Falcons? THX
FracCapt said:The DA50 and DA900 is a common type rating. If you get one, you get both. It covers all the 50's and 900's except, I believe, the EASy cockpit equipped aircraft, which is a different type.
semperfido said:however, i flew the f50 for some years and was typed in it then we got f900 and went to 3 week school for that even though it was a common type. that was in late eighties. point being you will probably need f900 school to fly it even if you have a f50 type. it is not the same plane as a f50.
FracCapt said:I definitely agree. I didn't mean to imply that just because you get typed in an old steam gauge 50 that you're instantly qualified to fly a 900EX.....just that, in the eyes of the FAA, they are the same type rating.
BuddhaJ said:One more thing....It sucks going to 900EX initial getting through your type ride, all proud of yourself, and looking at your new license and see "DA50"
Kinda takes the wind outta your sails