flying right seat


#1

My son has his private pilots L. He would like to fly right seat for a private party. He is planning to get his multi-engine rating. He would also be required to get rated for this particular aircraft . Would he be able to fly right seat and build hrs. at this time ? The aircraft requires two pilots.


#2

I had already chartered Navajos (For my own business) from the same company that I trained on 172’s. I had my PPL at the time. I was allowed to right-seat and rack up a few hours. But this was in Canada. I don’t know about US regulations.


#3

Same but in Skymaster. Again, " Only in Canada you say!?!"


#4

If the aircraft requires two rated pilots and he is not rated then the answer is no.


#5

Get down with your bad self CA… 8)


#6

To log time for part 91 he’d need a multi rating and a commercial ticket unless he’s paying.


#7

What is the aircraft? How is it being used?