FAR Part 95

jwp_145

GhostRider in the Sky
I know that for my CFII checkride I'm going to need to explain to the DPE the different publications that are pertinent to an IR student.

My question is, what about part 95 do I need to stress? Because it isn't in the FAR/AIM and I'll have to print it off some website.
 

TXaviator

Well-Known Member
im gonna go ahead and say that not once in my training did i ever hear a word about "FAR pt 95"

...what is it?

(being totally F'in serious here, sadly)
 

MidlifeFlyer

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im gonna go ahead and say that not once in my training did i ever hear a word about "FAR pt 95"

...what is it?

(being totally F'in serious here, sadly)
Don't be sad about it, there's a whole =bunch of FAR parts that you will probably (in some cases hopefully) never get exposed to.

Part 95, Entitled "IFR Altitudes" it's supposed to deal with such things as designation of "mountainous terrain", special altitudes for certain routes, intersections and change-over points. But other than the "mountainous terrain" designation, it's pretty much empty.

jwp, if you're looking for "some website" try one of the official ones:

http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/tex...rgn=div5&view=text&node=14:2.0.1.3.12&idno=14
 

TXaviator

Well-Known Member
gotcha. covered the practical applications of this when learning about enroute charts and all that good stuff then.

Don't be sad about it, there's a whole =bunch of FAR parts that you will probably (in some cases hopefully) never get exposed to.

Part 95, Entitled "IFR Altitudes" it's supposed to deal with such things as designation of "mountainous terrain", special altitudes for certain routes, intersections and change-over points. But other than the "mountainous terrain" designation, it's pretty much empty.

jwp, if you're looking for "some website" try one of the official ones:

http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/tex...rgn=div5&view=text&node=14:2.0.1.3.12&idno=14
 

jwp_145

GhostRider in the Sky
Don't be sad about it, there's a whole =bunch of FAR parts that you will probably (in some cases hopefully) never get exposed to.

Part 95, Entitled "IFR Altitudes" it's supposed to deal with such things as designation of "mountainous terrain", special altitudes for certain routes, intersections and change-over points. But other than the "mountainous terrain" designation, it's pretty much empty.

jwp, if you're looking for "some website" try one of the official ones:

http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/tex...rgn=div5&view=text&node=14:2.0.1.3.12&idno=14
Thank you. The advice I was looking for was just a summary, and that's what you gave. I went to the govt's FAR website and tooled around it and noticed a bunch of lat/long stuff related to different airways and such, but it looked so disorganized I thought surely I had the wrong one.

Again, thank you.
 
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