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Terrain Awareness

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									  Mountain Flying




Qualifications, experience & minimum requirements

           Flight Examiner seminar Wellington 2010
Minimum instructor requirements
For Terrain Awareness:
Qualifications and experience as follows:

1) A, B or C category (out of direct supervision) instructor rating;
and
2) Minimum 300 hours total time in aeroplanes; and
3) Minimum 25 hours P in C instructing in LFA in aeroplanes;
and
4) Minimum 50 hours instructional experience in aeroplanes
conducting PPL or CPL flight training exercises; and
5) Complete a course of Terrain Awareness ground and flight
instruction; and
6) Demonstrate competence to an appropriately qualified flight
examiner in accordance with this guide.
For Basic Mountain Flying:
Qualifications and experience as follows:

1) A, B or C category instructor rating; and
2) Minimum 500 hours total time in aeroplanes; and
3) Minimum 50 hours P in C instructing in Terrain Awareness training;
and
4) Minimum 150 hours instructional experience in aeroplanes conducting
PPL or CPL flight training exercises; and
5) Complete a course of Mountain Flying ground and flight instruction;
and
6) Demonstrate competence to an appropriately qualified flight examiner
in accordance with this guide.
Minimum Requirements
Low Flying & Terrain Awareness – all dual exercises

Total: 5 hours comprising:
- a minimum of 2 hours low flying training; and
-a minimum of 2 hours Terrain and Weather Awareness training

Satisfactory completion of the ground and this flight training to be certified in
the logbook by an appropriately qualified instructor as per instrument and
cross country flight test prerequisites.
Minimum Requirements
Basic Mountain Flying – all dual exercises

Total: 5 hours comprising:
- a minimum of 2 hours low flying training; and
-a minimum of 2 hours basic mountain flying

NOTE: This basic mountain flying requirement is in addition to the terrain
and weather awareness requirements met at PPL level.

Satisfactory completion of the ground and this flight training is to be
certified in the logbook by an appropriately qualified instructor as a
prerequisite to the CPL flight test.
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