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FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES SPORT PILOT PROGRAM.

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2 FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES SPORT PILOT PROGRAM

3 SO WHAT ARE THE NEW REQUIREMENTS THAT I NEED TO KNOW AS A FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR UNDER THE NEW RULES?

4 TWO NEW SUBPARTS SUBPART J – SPORT PILOTS SUBPART K – FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS WITH A SPORT PILOT RATING 14 CFR PART 61

5 OPERATING LIMITS AND ENDORSEMENT REQUIREMENTS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR QUESTIONS ASKED IS ADDRESSED IN 14 CFR

6 If I want to operate a light sport aircraft, what operating limits and endorsement requirements in this subpart must I comply with? 14 CFR SECTION SUBPART J – SPORT PILOTS For example: I am a private pilot and hold a single engine land certificate with a Part 67 medical certificate:

7 14 CFR §61.303(a)(1) If I want to operate a light-sport aircraft, what operating limits and endorsement requirements in this subpart must I comply with? If you hold (1) A medical certificate

8 And you hold (ii) At least a recreational pilot certificate with a category and class rating, 14 CFR §61.303(a)(1)(ii)

9 Then you can operate (A) Any light sport aircraft in that category and class 14 CFR §61.303(a)(1)(ii)(A)

10 And (1)You do not have to hold any of the endorsements required by this Subpart, nor do you have to comply with the limitations of § CFR §61.303(a)(1)(ii)(A)(1)

11 14 CFR §61.303(a)(2) If I want to operate a light-sport aircraft, what operating limits and endorsement requirements in this subpart must I comply with? If you hold (2) Only a U.S. drivers license For example: I am a sport pilot and hold single engine land privileges with a valid United States drivers license:

12 And you hold (i) A sport pilot certificate, 14 CFR §61.303(a)(2)(i)

13 Then you can operate (A) Any light sport aircraft for which you hold the endorsements required for its category, class, make and model, 14 CFR §61.303(a)(2)(i)(A)

14 And (1)You must hold any other endorsements required by this subpart, and comply with the limitations of § CFR §61.303(a)(2)(i)(A)(1)

15 14 CFR §61.303(a)(2) If I want to operate a light-sport aircraft, what operating limits and endorsement requirements in this subpart must comply with? If you hold (2) Only a U.S. drivers license For example: I am a recreational pilot or higher and hold single engine land privileges with a valid U.S. drivers license:

16 And you hold 14 CFR §61.303(a)(2)(iii) (iii) At least a recreational pilot certificate but not a rating for the category and class of light sport aircraft you operate,

17 Then you can operate (A) This specific light sport aircraft, only if you hold the endorsements required in § for its category and class, 14 CFR §61.303(a)(2)(iii)(A) Proficiency check

18 And (1)You must comply with the limitations in §61.315, except §61.315(c)(14) and, if a private pilot or higher, §61.315(c)(7). 14 CFR §61.303(a)(2)(iii)(A)(1) (c)( 7) airspace (c)(14) airspeed

19 14 CFR §61.303(a)(3) If I want to operate a light-sport aircraft, what operating limits and endorsement requirements in this subpart must I comply with? If you hold (3) Neither a medical certificate nor a U.S. drivers license, For example: I am a private pilot and hold a single engine land certificate with no Part 67 medical certificate or valid U.S. drivers license:

20 And you hold (ii) At least a private pilot certificate, but not a rating for glider or balloon, 14 CFR §61.303(a)(3)(iii)

21 Then you can operate (A) Only a light sport glider or balloon, if you hold the endorsements required in § for its category and class, 14 CFR §61.303(a)(3)(iii)(A)§ Proficiency check

22 And (1)You must comply with the limitations in §61.315, except §61.315(c)(14) and, if a private or higher, §61.315(c)(7). 14 CFR §61.303(a)(3)(iii)(A)(1) (c)( 7) airspace (c)(14) airspeed

23 What are the privileges of my flight instructor certificate with a sport pilot rating?..within the limits of your certificate and rating student training sport pilot and flight instructor training powered parachute and weight shift control – private pilot flight review or operating privileges practical and knowledge test preparation proficiency checks for additional category or class 14 CFR §61.413

24 What are the limits of a flight instructor certificate with a sport pilot rating? you must hold category and class privileges at sport pilot level or higher applicable category and class privileges on flight instructor certificate 14 CFR §61.415

25 private powered parachute and weight shift control requires private certificate and appropriate flight instructor privileges cannot conduct more than 8 hours of flight training in a 24-consecutive-hour period What are the limits of a flight instructor certificate with a sport pilot rating? (continued) 14 CFR §61.415

26 What are the limits of a flight instructor certificate with a sport pilot rating? (continued) you provide the flight training you review the cross-country planning you provide the airspace training you conduct the flight review in accordance with § CFR § You can not endorse a student pilot certificate or logbook unless:

27 What are the limits of a flight instructor certificate with a sport pilot rating? (continued) must have airspace endorsement in accordance with § to provide training must have endorsement to provide training in aircraft with a V H in accordance with § CFR §61.415

28 must conduct training in an aircraft that meets the requirements of § must conduct training in an aircraft with two pilot stations single place pre-solo training must be conducted in a two pilot station aircraft in the appropriate category and class What are the limits of a flight instructor certificate with a sport pilot rating? (continued) 14 CFR §61.415

29 What are the record keeping requirements for a flight instructor with a sport pilot rating? sign logbook or training record keep record of the name, date, and type endorsement - student pilot for solo flight privileges - knowledge and practical, proficiency check, and flight review - additional privileges in accordance with §61.321, §61.325, and/or § CFR §61.423

30 What are the record keeping requirements for a flight instructor with a sport pilot rating? (continued) within 10 days after providing an endorsement for a person to operate or provide training in an additional category or class… - complete, sign and submit application to: AFS-760, PO BOX Oklahoma City, OK retain copy & must keep records required by this section for 3 years 14 CFR §61.423

31 May I exercise the privileges of a flight instructor with a sport pilot rating if I hold a flight instructor certificate with another rating? If you hold a current flight instructor certificate issued under subpart H: limited to category and class ratings listed must comply with § (privileges) must comply with § (limits) and § (record keeping requirements) for additional category or class must comply with § CFR §61.429

32 How do I obtain privileges to provide training in an additional category or class of light sport aircraft? Receive an endorsement from an authorized instructor who trained you in areas of operation listed in § Successfully complete a proficiency check from another authorized flight instructor Complete an application (FAA Form ) Receive a logbook endorsement certifying you are proficient in the additional category or class 14 CFR §61.419

33 x Pilot WSCL Air Creation GTE Wilber R. Wright CFI x x X Complete an application (FAA Form ) OKC FSDO

34 Receive a logbook endorsement certifying you are proficient in the additional category or class. I certify that (First name, MI, Last name) has met the training and endorsement requirements of § and § I have determined him/her proficient to act as PIC of (category and class) of light-sport aircraft. Wilber R. Wright, Wilber R. Wright CFI

35 Specific sport pilot regulations that an instructor should be familiar with in order to instruct. § – operating limits and endorsement § – age and language requirements § – test requirements § – aeronautical knowledge § – flight proficiency requirements § – aeronautical experience requirements § – privileges and limits

36 Specific sport pilot regulations that an instructor should be familiar with in order to instruct. (continued) § – additional category or class privileges § – airspace privileges § – V H greater then 87 knots CAS

37 Specific flight instructor sport pilot regulations that an instructor should be familiar with in order to instruct. § – age, language and pilot certificate requirements § – tests required § – aeronautical knowledge requirements § – flight proficiency requirements § – aeronautical experience requirements § – Privileges of a Sport CFI § – Limitations of a Sport CFI § – Adding privilages to train in additional category or class

38 So what tools do I need to gather together in order to instruct in the sport pilot program? FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR TOOL BOX

39 PRACTICAL TEST STANDARDS FAA-S AIRPLANE, GYROPLANE AND GLIDER FAA-S LIGHT THAN AIR AIRSHIP AND BALLOON FAA-S WEIGHT SHIFT CONTROL AND POWERED PARACHUTE FAA-S PRIVATE PILOT WEIGHT SHIFT CONTROL AND POWERED PARACHUTE

40 KNOWLEDGE OF REGULATIONS PART 1 – DEFINITIONS PART 61– PILOT AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION GENERAL PART 91– GENERAL OPERATING AND FLIGHT RULES NTSB PART 830 – AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURES

41 AIRMAN APPLICATION FAA FORM AIRMAN CERTIFICATION AND/OR RATING APPLICATION – SPORT PILOT

42 AIRMAN KNOWLEDGE TESTS SPORT PILOT (Category Specific) FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR (Category Specific) AC Reference Materials and Subject Matter Knowledge Codes for Airman Knowledge Testing

43 FAA ORDER GENERAL AVIATION AIRMAN DESIGNEE HANDBOOK Chapter 7 – Conduct Practical Test/ Certification Functions

44 COMMENTS, QUESTIONS OR SUGGESTIONS? PHONE: MAIL: Light Sport Aviation Branch P.O. BOX OKLAHOMA CITY, OK WEBSITE:

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