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We are currently running a discount rate for our R44 this summer out of San Carlos, CA. This is not a ferry flight. There is no minimum purchase. We are offering time in our R44 RI $395/hr wet. Instructor rate not included as it varies. Time purchased is YOUR time and we will spend it working on whatever it is you need. Opportunities include: Private and Commercial Instruction Instrument Instruction R44 transition and experience to meet various SFAR 73 requirements Recognized 'Mountainous Terrain' time Cross Country and Night experience Class B experience A chance to fly in the beautiful and entertaining S.F. Bay Area!!! We are a flight school located 9NM south of San Francisco International Airport. We also have R22s and an FAA approved flight simulator available. If you're interested please give us a call or check out our website. Our instructors will be happy to plan a course of action tailored to your needs so that you get the most out of your time. San Carlos Flight Center 655 Skyway Road Suite 215 San Carlos, CA 94070 (650) 946-1700 email@example.com
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.