FLIGHT TIME REQUIREMENTS REQ LOG
AGE 18 61/141
FLIGHT TIME- TOTAL 250
Powered aircraft 100
---- In airplanes 50
----In airplanes 50
--------in airplanes 10
Training in areas listed in 61.127b1 20
----- Instrument 10
-------------SE airplane 5
-----Complex airplane 10
-----One X-C VFR day flight in SE airplane 100 nm from pt of departure 2
-----One X-C VFR night flight in SE airplane 100nm from pt of departure 2
-----Preparation for Practical test in last 60 days in SE airplane 3
Solo or Dual flight performing PIC duties in ME airplane on areas listed in 10
61.127b2 (may be credited towards PIC flight time requqirements)
-----One X-C flight at least 300nm total, with landings at 3 pts, 1 which is x
250nm from original pt of dep.
---- Night VFR w 10 T/O & Landings at a tower-controlled airport (open) 5
Aeronautical knowledge test: section 61.35(a)(1), section 61.1213(c), and section 61.125
I certify that _____ has received the required training of section 61.125. I have determined that he/she is prepared for the (name the knowledge test).
Review of a home study curriculum: [61.35(a)(1)]
I certify I have reviewed the home study curriculum of _______. I have determined he/she is prepared for the (name the knowledge test).
Applicant has demonstrated satisfactory knowledge of the subject areas in which the applicant was deficient on the
airman knowledge test. [61.39a]
Flight proficiency/practical test: section 61.123(e), section 61.127, and section 61.129.
I certify that ______ has received the required training of section 61.127 and section 61.129. I have determined he/she is prepared for the (name the practical test).
To act as PIC of an aircraft in solo operations when the pilot does not hold an appropriate category/class
rating: section 61.31(d)(3). I certify that _______ has received the training as required by section 61.31(d)(3) to serve as a PIC in a (category and class
of aircraft). I have determined that he/she is prepared to serve as PIC in that (make and model of aircraft).
Re-testing after failure of a knowledge or practical test: [61.49]
I certify that _______has received the additional (flight and/or ground, as appropriate) training as required by section 61.49. I have determined that he/she is prepared
for the (name the knowledge/practical test).
NOTE: In the case of a failed knowledge test, the instructor may complete the endorsement in the space provided at the bottom of the applicant’s airman knowledge
test report. The instructor must sign the block provided for the instructor’s recommendation on the reverse side of FAA Form 8710-1 application for each retake of a
To act as PIC in a complex airplane: [61.31(e)]
I certify that ________, (pilot certificate), (certificate number), has received the required training of section 61.31(e) in a (make and model of complex airplane). I have
determined that he/she is proficient in the operation and systems of a complex airplane.
To act as PIC in a high performance airplane: [61.31(f)]
I certify that _______, (pilot certificate), (certificate number), has received the required training of section 61.31(f) in a (make and model of high performance airplane).
I have determined that he/she is proficient in the operation and systems of a high performance airplane.
To act as PIC in a pressurized aircraft capable of high altitude operations: [61.31(g)]
I certify that ________, (pilot certificate), (certificate number), has received the required training of section 61.31(g) in a (make and model of pressurized aircraft). I
have determined that he/she is proficient in the operation and systems of a pressurized aircraft.
GROUND TRAINING LOGGED: [61.125b] GROUND & FLIGHT
A home-study program was completed. (Do not check below) TRAINING LOGGED
If a home-study course has not been reviewed and completed, check below. [61.127b2]
Applicable Federal Aviation Regulations of this chapter that relate to commercial pilot Preflight preparation;
privileges, limitations, and flight operations; Preflight procedures;
Accident reporting requirements of the National Transportation Safety Board; Airport and seaplane base
Basic aerodynamics and the principles of flight; operations;
Meteorology to include recognition of critical weather situations, windshear recognition Takeoffs, landings, and go-arounds;
and avoidance, and the use of aeronautical weather reports and forecasts; Performance maneuvers;
Safe and efficient operation of aircraft; Navigation;
Weight and balance computations; Slow flight and stalls;
Use of performance charts; Emergency operations;
Significance and effects of exceeding aircraft performance limitations; Multi-engine operations
Use of aeronautical charts and a magnetic compass for pilotage and dead reckoning; High-altitude operations; and
Use of air navigation facilities; Postflight procedures.
Aeronautical decision making and judgment;
Principles and functions of aircraft systems;
Maneuvers, procedures, and emergency operations appropriate to the aircraft;
Night and high-altitude operations;
Procedures for operating within the National Airspace System; and
Procedures for flight and ground training for lighter-than-air ratings.