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There are new regulations for 135, among others, concerning the pilot training/testing. "for rotorcraft pilots, procedures for aircraft handling in flat-light, whiteout, and brownout conditions, including methods for recognizing and avoiding those conditions. " I'd assume that is theoretical training/testing? I would have a hard time testing my pilots' white-out capabilities in South Carolina. 2014-03689_PI.pdf
I was wondering if anybody has some input on an interpretation question I have regarding 135.243 PIC qualifications for 135 operations I am looking at -Rotorcraft -VFR operations (I am aware that the requirements change for IFR) The regulation states that: My understanding is that, for part 135, is defined as a flight that involves a landing at a point other than the point of departure and it does not matter what the distance is (e.g. it does not have to be miniumum 25 NM). My argument is based on the cross country definition of part 61, which, in my opinion, excempts part 135 from the mileage requirement, as 135 is not a pilot certificate. Any input is appreciated.