Another Hypothetical "What If?"

c172captain

Well-Known Member
Scenario: I have my CFI/CFII with CMEL-IR. My friend has CMEL-IR.

Question: If I have my friend fly under the hood in simulated IMC on an IFR flight plan with me giving him instruction, can I log the time as a PIC instructor? I do not have an MEI but I am giving him instruction on the use of his instruments, nothing to do with his multi.


Hopefully this question was clear enough.

Thanks.

P.S. I pose this question to see if there is anyway of escaping having to log Safety pilot time. Seems like instruction time would be better in my eyes.
 

cypilot77

Well-Known Member
If you have your CFII then you can give instrument instruction in any aircraft that you are rated on. You dont have to be an MEI (assuming ur flying a twin) to give instrument instruction. So the answer is YES, you can log PIC time and not safety pilot time.
 
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