Created by potrace 1.14, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

SPL Recency Requirements

Denne siden inneholder to utdrag fra EASA Sailplane Rule Book som spesifiserer “recency requirement” (krav til treningsstatus), altså krav du må oppfylle for å få lov til å fly. Du finner hele regelverket hos EASA: https://www.easa.europa.eu/document-library/easy-access-rules/sailplane-rule-book-easy-access-rules

Denne siden fungerer er kun et utdrag av de mest relevante krav for som gjelder for SPL og Flight Instructor (FI), men det er ditt ansvar å sørge for at du er kjent med hele regelverket. Du finner disse to utdragene på henholdsvis side 95 og side 139 i Sailplane Rule Book.

SFCL.160 SPL – Recency requirements

  • (a) Sailplanes, excluding TMGs SPL holders shall exercise SPL privileges, excluding TMGs, only if in the last 24 months before the planned flight they:
    • (1) completed, on sailplanes, at least five hours of flight time as PIC or flying dual or solo under the supervision of an FI(S), including, on sailplanes, excluding TMGs, at least:
      • (i) 15 launches; and
      • (ii) two training flights with an FI(S); or
    • (2) passed a proficiency check with an FE(S) on a sailplane, excluding TMGs; the proficiency check shall be based on the skill test for SPL.
  • (b) TMGs SPL holders shall exercise their TMG privileges only if in the last 24 months before the planned flight they:
    • (1) completed at least 12 hours of flight time as PIC or flying dual or solo under the supervision of an FI(S), including, on TMGs, at least:
      • (i) six hours flight time;
      • (ii) 12 take-offs and landings; and
      • (iii) a training flight of at least one hour total flight time with an instructor; or
    • (2) passed a proficiency check with an examiner; the proficiency check shall be based on the skill test as specified in point SFCL.150(b)(2).
  • (c) SPL holders with privileges to fly on TMGs who also hold a licence including the privileges to fly on TMGs in accordance with the provisions of Annex I (Part-FCL) to Regulation (EU). No 1178/2011 shall be exempted from complying with paragraph (b).
  • (d) The completion of the dual flights, the flights under supervision and the training flights as specified in paragraphs (a)(1) and (b)(1), as well as the proficiency checks as specified in paragraph (a)(2) and (b)(2) shall be entered in the logbook of the pilot and signed by the responsible FI(S) in the case of paragraphs (a)(1) and (b)(1), and by the responsible FE(S) in the case of paragraphs (a)(2) and (b)(2).
  • (e) Carriage of passengers SPL holders shall carry passengers only if in the preceding 90 days they have carried out as PIC, at least:
    • (1) three launches in sailplanes, excluding TMGs, if passengers are to be carried in sailplanes, excluding TMGs; or
    • (2) three take-offs and landings in TMGs, if passengers are to be carried in a TMG. For carrying passengers at night in a TMG, at least one of those take-offs and landings shall be carried out at night.

SFCL.360 FI(S) certificate – Recency requirements

  • (a) An FI(S) certificate holder shall only exercise the privileges of his or her certificate if before the planned exercise of those privileges he or she has:
    • (1) within the last three years, completed:
      • (i) instructor refresher training at an ATO, a DTO, or a competent authority during which the holder shall receive theoretical knowledge instruction for refreshing and updating the knowledge relevant for sailplane instructors; and
      • (ii) when providing flight instruction as FI(S), at least:
        • (A) 30 hours; or
        • (B) 60 launches or take-offs and landings; and
    • (2) within the last nine years and in accordance with the procedures established for that purpose by the competent authority, demonstrated the ability to instruct on sailplanes to an FI(S) who is qualified in accordance with point SFCL.315(a)(7) and nominated by the head of training of an ATO or a DTO.
  • (b) The hours flown as an FE(S) during skill tests, proficiency checks and assessments of competence shall be fully credited towards the requirement in paragraph (a)(1)(ii).
  • (c) If the FI(S) certificate holder has failed to complete the instruction flight under supervision to the satisfaction of the FI (S) in accordance with paragraph (a)(2), he or she shall not exercise the privileges of the FI(S) certificate until he or she has successfully completed an assessment of competence in accordance with point SFCL.345.
  • (d) To resume the exercise of the privileges of the FI(S) certificate, an FI(S) certificate holder who does not comply with all the requirements in paragraph (a) shall comply with the requirements of paragraph (a)(1)(i) and of point SFCL.345.