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Question for EASA FIs - logging time when student is solo

Where I work (integrated frozen-ATPL program) the students fly all their solo in SEP then graduate with a CPL + MEIR. No SEP.

Someone can link the definition of flight time from part FCL. Your can’t log flight time if you aren’t in the aircraft.

Sweden

I did ground breif for someone to fly a single seater (D31 Turbulent), then he went flying while I watched his takoffs/landings, he then asked if he will log his flight as PUT with me as PIC

Last Edited by Ibra at 31 Aug 22:53
ESSEX, United Kingdom

Cttime wrote:

Where I work (integrated frozen-ATPL program) the students fly all their solo in SEP then graduate with a CPL + MEIR. No SEP.

Someone can link the definition of flight time from part FCL. Your can’t log flight time if you aren’t in the aircraft.

Same as where i work, students basically will have 3 check rides, MEP VFR + CPL (combined in one flight) and then MEIR.

We don’t log any kind of time when our students are released for any kind of solo flight.

LKKV

Dimme wrote:

Do integrated students get MEIR? I think the MPL ones simply get a type rating in the end.
The MPL will have an underlying CPL+MEIR
ESMK, Sweden

Arne wrote:

The MPL will have an underlying CPL+MEIR

They will certainly have trained IFR on MEPs, but they don’t have any CPL privileges — not even PPL privileges.

ESKC (Uppsala/Sundbro), Sweden

I put solo supervision in my logbook just to keep track. But of course no flight time is logged.

huv
EKRK, Denmark
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