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Title 14Chapter ISubchapter FPart 91Subpart N → §91.1707


Title 14: Aeronautics and Space
PART 91—GENERAL OPERATING AND FLIGHT RULES
Subpart N—Mitsubishi MU-2B Series Special Training, Experience, and Operating Requirements


§91.1707   Training program hours.

(a) Ground instruction hours are listed in the following table:

Initial/transitionRequalificatonRecurrent
20 hours12 hours8 hours.

(b) Flight instruction hours are listed in the following table:

Initial/transitionRequalificationRecurrent
12 hours with a minimum of 6 hours at level E8 hours level C or level E4 hours at level E, or 6 hours at level C.

(c) Differences training hours are listed in the following table:

      
2 factory type design models concurrently1.5 hours required at level B.
More than 2 factory type design models concurrently3 hours at level B.
Each additional factory type design model added separately1.5 hours at level B.

(d) Definitions of levels of training as used in this subpart:

(1) LEVEL A Training—Training that is conducted through self-instruction by the pilot.

(2) LEVEL B Training—Training that is conducted in the classroom environment with the aid of a qualified instructor who meets the requirements of this subpart.

(3) LEVEL C Training—Training that is accomplished in an FAA-approved Level 5 or 6 flight training device. In addition to the basic FTD requirements, the FTD must be representative of the MU-2B cockpit controls and be specifically approved by the FAA for the MU-2B airplane.

(4) Level E Training—Training that must be accomplished in the MU-2B airplane, Level C simulator, or Level D simulator.

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