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N-reg rental / Alps / FAA CFI

Asking for somebody:

1) Do you know any N-reg planes for rent around the alps or surrounding areas?

2) Do you know any FAA CFI?

3) FAA CFI who can do Courchevel checkout?

Post or PM appreciated! Thank you!

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LOWG, LOWW

Yes to 1&2. Mike Ladstätter at LOWI, www.euram.at Good guy.

Thanks!

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LOWG, LOWW

Bumping this up.. any other n-reg flyers here?

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LOWG, LOWW

I know it’s a bit further south, but there’s http://www.azursky.com/eng-presentation.html in Cannes

EGJJ, Channel Islands

1) & 3) don’t mix very well “FAA-MOU”?

ESSEX, United Kingdom

For an altiport checkout you need at least an EASA FI who has a mountain rating for the training and an EASA FIM to sign it in your log.

There may be some FI-MOU or FIM who are also FAA CFI (you could ask Martin Skacel at the OeGPV) but it’s not necessary unless you’re dead set on doing a BFR on the same flight.

I did most of the MOU training in an N-reg as well as the checkride.

You could also call the Megève Aeroclub. If there’s an FI-MOU or FIM who is also FAA CFI they probably know him or her.

Glenswinton, SW Scotland, United Kingdom

For an altiport checkout you need at least an EASA FI who has a mountain rating for the training and an EASA FIM to sign it in your log.

What’s the difference between FI with mountain rating and „FIM“?

I did most of the MOU training in an N-reg as well as the checkride.

Would N-reg + FAA license + EASA FI M work?

Thank you!

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LOWG, LOWW

Sorry, I should’ve made clear:

FI with mountain rating is an ordinary instructor who has a mountain rating.

FIM is a mountain rating instructor.

Would N-reg + FAA license + EASA FI M work?

Yes. That’s what I had when I did the MOU rating – plus my EASA licence which is now obligatory for EU residents. But if all you want is an altiport authorisation, you can do the training with an ordinary instructor who has a mountain rating and then have a proper mountain rating instructor sign it in your logbook.

Glenswinton, SW Scotland, United Kingdom

Just trying to wrap my head around the part where someone with a FAA PPL gets a mountain endorsement from an EASA FI… do I get this right?

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LOWG, LOWW
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