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Logging Cross-Country time as a Military Aviator  

 

Lindsey
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10/10/2018 5:40 pm  

One airline sent me this to push to everyone here:

"Share this with RTAGers, this question comes up a lot:

8900.1 CHG 614, VOLUME 5 AIRMAN CERTIFICATION CHAPTER 2 TITLE 14 CFR PART 61 CERTIFICATION OF PILOTS AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS

Section 15. Issue a Part 61 Pilot and/or Flight Instructor Certificate Based on Military Pilot Qualifications dated 8/28/18

Para 5-619 J states: Logging Cross-Country Flight Time.

The FAA recognizes that pilots who have logged flight time acquired in a military aircraft may not have distinguished cross-country flight time from total flight time. In that case, the FAA will allow applicants to make a reasonable estimation of their cross-country flight time as defined in § 61.1. This time, which cannot exceed the pilot’s total time in the applicable category and class, may be used to meet the aeronautical experience requirements in the applicable 14 CFR section. Pilots who annotate their estimation of cross-country time in their logbook will be considered to have logged this time for the purposes of meeting the aeronautical experience requirements of part 61."

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