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    BTW, if you plan it right, you can use the 61.65(d)(ii)(2) long IFR XC to also cover the day and night dual XC's required by 61.129(a)(3)(iii/iv) for Commercial.  For example, take off in the day time, fly out for an hour, shoot an approach somewhere, then fly another one hour leg to another airport at least 100nm from where you started, shoot an approach the...
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    Richard Campbell:
    Getting ready to finally mae a run at finishing my instrument rating after a layoff.  Been Reading FAR 61.65 and need a few clarifications.

    1.  61.65(d)(2) requires 40 hours under the hood or actual (of which 15 hrs must be with a CFII).  Does this mean I can log hood time with a qualified safety pilot who is not a CFII to get some of those 40 ho...
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    Getting ready to finally make a run at finishing my instrument rating after a layoff.  Been Reading FAR 61.65 and need a few clarifications.

    1.  61.65(d)(2) requires 40 hours under the hood or actual (of which 15 hrs must be with a CFII).  Does this mean I can log hood time with a qualified safety pilot who is not a CFII to get some of those 40 hours?

    2.  Do the req...
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    Is any organization, AOPA?, working on getting it legal to fly to Canada and/or Mexico on Basic Med?
    If so, any progress?
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    Hi Jorge, et al.,
    the REMOTE PILOT information can be found on: www.faa.gov/uas and you really need to treat it as a self-study process.  The FAA (free) manuals are on their webpages.  Each time you read about one of their manuals, you should write that down and search out the next one.  It would be logical if the FAA had a singular manual that is timely, fresh...