__________ Posted February 28, 2014 Report Share Posted February 28, 2014 I was wondering if anybody would be interested in splitting on the cost of hour building towards an FAA ATP. I need around 50-60 hours night and 25 simulated instrument. The flying would have to all be night/simulated instrument which requires a safety pilot so legally both pilots can log PIC under FAA Regs. To be legally allowed to fly FAA aircraft all that has to be done is fill out a form based on a commercial or private licence to get a FAA PPL based of a foreign licence which takes 30-90days and a flight review to validate the licence. No exams or flight test. To apply for the ATP licence it can also be based on a foreign Commercial with instrument rating, and another verification must be done for that application plus TSA approval and SEVIS registration. Right now I am looking in Washington state Bellingham area to do the hour building. But open to other areas.The flying would have to be done in May and looking at flying at least 4-5hrs per night. the cost of renting a helicopter is around $240-$300 p/hr. 50hrs PIC would cost Maximum $7500 per pilot. Anybody interested let me know. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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