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pin727

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any body knows about the ICAO rule that requires all crew menbers to be typed when flying under ICAO rules, whats the outcome, should I expect to be typed!!! will there be a limitation ?

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Draginass

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A SIC type won't mean a thing. It's paperwork exercise.
 

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Draginass said:
A SIC type won't mean a thing. It's paperwork exercise.
Yes it's a paperwork exercise but it's not worthless - not everyone can get one you know. The EU has already said this will meet their requirements - it proves some form of formalized training has been passed.

They're coming in September. Get 'em while they're hot!
 

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I have heard that there is no checkride involved, its not really a "type rating". It's a magic wand kinda thing from the FAA. I wouldn't get too excited, but it is a good way to prove that you do have expirence in whatever airplane you are flying. So it is a good thing. but its not the same as a PIC type rating.
 

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Pin727

Yes, there will be a limitation. You will have a type, but in the limitation section it will say SIC PRIVILEGES ONLY.

Pretty dumb if you ask me, but nobody asked.
 

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Can someone tell me the reg or advisory circular that deals with this new "SIC Type"
 
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