R22Captain Posted August 18, 2004 Report Share Posted August 18, 2004 A friend had posted this question in another forum (I'll get him to convert soon ) Maybe someone here will have the answer. Thanks in advance! Been glancing at prices.. and the R22 rents for 400(+/-10) in canada and I've found several schools in the states with R22s for 200US = 275 Canadian.. Question, If I had XX hours of dual US training and XX hours solo US training, can I convert the hours and get my CPL H? * http://www.tc.gc.ca/aviation/regserv/carac...421e.htm#421_31 Where an applicant holds a Commercial Pilot Licence - Aeroplane or higher type licence in the aeroplane category, the 100 hours total flight time in helicopters required by paragraph (4)(a) above shall be deemed to have been met provided the applicant has completed a minimum of 60 hours flight time in helicopters, including all of the experience requirements demanded by paragraph (4)( above. 4b(i) 37 hours dual instruction flight time, under the direction and supervision of the holder of a flight Instructor Rating - Helicopter, including: (ii) 23 hours solo flight time emphasizing the improvement of general flying ability and skill, including: But 4C © An applicant who does not hold a Private Pilot Licence - Helicopter shall have completed a minimum of 100 hours commercial pilot flight training in helicopters, consisting of a minimum of: (i) 55 hours dual instruction flight time under the direction and supervision of the holder of a flight Instructor Rating - Helicopter, including: So, I guess the 60hours(bold) would apply for the alternate.. But, the fact that the hours would be done out of country, would that matter? Would 60 hours in the US(37 + 23) count for my CPL H in Canada? Just go do the flight exam and pass and viola??? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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