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The examiner signing the logbook does nothing “official”.
“Maintain 3000 ft until established” isn’t “otherwise instructed”, it’s part of the approach clearance.
You can descend. From the AIM:
Teaching is more about teaching than flying. Like all of us, you’ll learn a little bit more about the flying part as you continue, but I think...
Your checkride was in November, so you’re current through May. November approaches do nothing for June.
One of ‘em is obviously not going for accuracy. ;)
Which, in my observation, is at least as likely to happen with a professional-track instrument-rated CFI-A than someone who has been flying for...
How does it give you an extra month?
Can’t you do that yourself?
Or teach anything other than a PA-28, for that matter.
But if you don’t do it the same way I did it, you didn’t properly pay your dues, and you can’t be nearly as good as me.:rolleyes:
Correct me if I’m wrong, but the “stop” you speak of is a second action that you have to take to get to off beyond just moving the selector,...
It’s only “plete”. There’s no “income”.
Probably best to ask the examiner of choice ahead of time.
also, was there a flight in the front end that might work as the third airport?
I think that an initial CFI (Sport or otherwise) involves far more self-study and solo maneuvers practice than expense with an instructor, so if...
Oh, the places one could go...
His record, as far as we can see, is his trail of YouTube videos, which doesn’t suggest “generally safe” to me.
So either Jerry does things differently with his MEI, or the MEI isn’t applying standards.
Chapter 4 of the IPH talks about HILPT, and uses the same terminology as the AIM...
Is this a quote about holds, or is it the Hold-in-lieu-of-procedure-turn?