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  1. Helicopter Express in Atlanta.
  2. No mileage limit on patrol. Haverfield (I worked for them) did everything part 91. Most patrol work is part 91. That’s real life. You have a poor understanding of the regulations.
  3. 119.1. All the things you can do part 91: (1) Student instruction; (2) Nonstop Commercial Air Tours conducted after September 11, 2007, in an airplane or helicopter having a standard airworthiness certificate and passenger-seat configuration of 30 seats or fewer and a maximum payload capacity of 7,500 pounds or less that begin and end at the same airport, and are conducted within a 25-statute mile radius of that airport, in compliance with the Letter of Authorization issued under §91.147 of this chapter. For nonstop Commercial Air Tours conducted in accordance with part 136, subpart
  4. Rated pilots do not get student pilot certificates, even when training for a different category and class.
  5. Part 135 for IFR experience says: 2) Has had at least 1,200 hours of flight time as a pilot, including 500 hours of cross country flight time, 100 hours of night flight time, and 75 hours of actual or simulated instrument time at least 50 hours of which were in actual flight I don't see anything that says you need be acting as a PIC to log the time. I would say you are good to go. If you are applying for a job that requires it, you will definitely get those 10 hours in training before you ever get to the line.
  6. We have a pilot where I work that only has sight in one eye. We are required to have a 1st class medical so apparently he has one. You may need what's called a "special issuance" medical but I don't know the steps required. Find an AME (aviation medical examiner) in your area to get things started. This FAA link can help you find one. https://designee.faa.gov/#/designeeLocator
  7. There will be no single pilot airliners, ever. Most of this post is ill informed opinion and very little fact. There aren't any facts in it at all, really.
  8. You said you had “flown a helicopter twice already” but okay.
  9. I wouldn't worry about how to start a 205. Nobody is going to let you anywhere near the starter until you own it.
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