I have a question about logging SIC. The PIC will be getting his single pilot exception for the CE500 and I was wondering if I can still log SIC when flying right seat? Specifically, if the flight is conducted under Part 91 with two pilots on board (me being SIC typed).
Under Part 121, a First Officer needs an ATP with a Second In Command (SIC) Type Rating.
Is that SIC Type Rating the same thing as having a Restricted ATP?
I ask this because I'm studying for my Aircraft Dispatch Certification. Some of the questions they ask are about things like approach...
Here are the variables regarding an inter-office dispute. Going to post this so as not to lead towards any one individual's opinion. Any facts and supporting docs or references would be appreciated.
1. Part 135 Cargo - Can the BE1900 (regardless of model) be flown single pilot?
2. Part 135...
Looking to pick up some contract SIC work in CE-500-series and CJ-series (CE-525) aircraft:
Total Time: 2,205
Pilot in Command: 2,030
Multi-Engine PIC: 615
Night Cross-Country: 453
Mountain/High DA: 1,221
Instrument (Sim/Act) 206/124
Hoping this clears some things up. A good read. Not new information, but nice to see some elaboration to help clear up obvious confusion within the industry. Here's a link to the PDF: https://www.faa.gov/news/safety_briefing/2016/media/NovDec2016.pdf
Logging Pilot in Command Time
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