Still turning two
- Nov 26, 2001
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This question got brought up yesterday and I wasen't sure. Anybody have the low-down on this?
All due respect but I don't think you understood the original question. The question was do you log dual recieved during O.E.? The answer is yes you do. O.E. is considered a part of the required training to become qualified for a PIC position under 121 and it is performed with company IP's/check airmen (usually on revenue flights) and therefor is considered dual recieved.Sphincter Boy said:Its called a FAA Fed ride or a Line Check. That is how you satisfy the 121 regs for air carrier ops. For a two pilot crew under 121, you have to have a PIC and a SIC. So tell me, if the First Officer can't log SIC, who is the Second in Command then?
It is logged SIC. Trust me.
Here's a question then: Can you log dual received if the person giving the instruction as a check airman is not a CFI/CFII? A check airman does not have to have a CFI or CFII to instruct in a 121 operation.While under the supervision of a qualified check airman you are receiving instruction, whether you feel like you are learning or not.