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   fixed wing aircraft
 
  all about pilot ratings

 
  choosing a flight school
 
  Recreational Pilot Permit
 
  Private Pilot Licence
 
  Commercial pilot licence
 
  multi engine rating
 
  night rating
 
  floatplane rating requirements
 
  instrument rating
 
  instructor rating
 
  licence conversions

Float Rating Requirements

Experience:
An applicant for a seaplane rating shall complete a total of 7 hours of seaplane training, including:

(A) a minimum of 5 hours dual instruction, and
(B) a minimum of 5 takeoffs and landings as sole occupant of the aeroplane,
except for two crew aircraft, in which case the takeoffs and landings shall be done as pilot-in-command.

The following exercises shall be included in the seaplane training: taxiing, sailing, docking, takeoffs, and landings.
As conditions exist, operations on glassy water, rough water and in crosswind conditions.

Skill:
An applicant for a seaplane rating shall have reached the level of skill specified in the Flight Instructor Standard.

 

 
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