I know this has been asked before...but could I please have a definition of cross-country time for the purpose of meeting Part 135 PIC requirements? Thank you.
Here's a question. Lets say on a regular basis I takeoff, fly to a VORTAC, and shoot an approach to an airport. The VOR is 50 miles from my departure point, the destination airport 46. From what you said above I can log the flight towards ATP cross-country time. If this is true, how should I indicate this in my logbook? The way it's logged now just shows the 46 mile flight. Should I add the VORTAC to the route of flight section?avbug said:Note that for the ATP, a landing at a point other than the point of departure is NOT required. However, the length must still be at least 50 minles from the origional point of departure. This means that cross country time used toward the ATP may include extended flights that depart and arrive at the same runway, and may still be counted as cross country time so long as the flight at some point reaches a distance of at least 50 nm from the origional point of departure.