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Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

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Kenting created the topic: Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

On Page 91 of the current edition of the book. It says flighting training under Part 141 and under Part 142 is neither private nor aerial work. But having checked with the CAR206 (1)(A)(vi) which states:

(1) For the purposes of subsection 27 (9) of the Act, the following commercial purposes are prescribed:

(a) aerial work purposes, being purposes of the following kinds (except when carried out by means of a UAV):

(i) aerial surveying;

(ii) aerial spotting;

(iii) agricultural operations;

(iv) aerial photography;

(v) advertising;

(vi) flying training, other than conversion training or training carried out under an experimental certificate issued under regulation 21.195A of CASR or under a permission to fly in force under subregulation 317 (1);

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2012C00622/Html/Volume_3#_Toc334536995

Also, I understand that Conversion Training is not aerial work and is classified as private ops, what kind of flight training is classified as aerial work as mentioned in this regulation 206?


Thank you.
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bobtait replied the topic: Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

According to the current CAR 206, flying training is not listed as Aerial Work.

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Kenting replied the topic: Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

Thank you Bob
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Sahil.vohra replied the topic: Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

So what kind of operations are flight training as per this new update ?
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Stuart Tait replied the topic: Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

G'day Sahil

flight training, other than the following:

(A) Part 141 flight training (within the meaning of regulation 141.015 of CASR);

(B) Part 142 flight training (within the meaning of regulation 142.015 of CASR);

is now considered private operations as per CAR 2 (7)(d).

Also note also that flying training under Part 141 (conducted under a certificate of authorisation to conduct flying training other than integrated flying training) and under Part 142 (conducted under a certificate of authorisation to conduct integrated flying training) is neither private nor aerial work.

It is simply described as Part 141 flying training or Part 142 flying training .
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Sahil.vohra replied the topic: Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

Thank you so much Chief for clarification.
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Sahil.vohra replied the topic: Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

Thank you so much for your help Stuart and Bob.
I passed today with 92%
Now just left with Irex.
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bobtait replied the topic: Is flight training included within the prescription of aerial work? Confusion.

What a fantastic effort. Keep it up with IREX.
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