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Is M1/M2 license classified solely on the MTOW of the aircraft?

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When you graduate you can work wherever, for whomever, on whatever you want. As you start filling in your logbook that is what decides what license you end up with. Example 1: You get hired out o

Airworthiness Manual 566 (Licensing) states the following: 566.08(b) (b) Holders of either an M1 or M2 rated AME licence also have maintenance release privileges for all: (amended 2003/09/

Back in the day when I wrote my medium license I was able to sign out all bell mediums except the 214st which they put as another type. Then they changed the system to M1 and M2 which I now have.So I was told that I could sign out all aircraft if I had a course on the type. All the aircraft that I had been endorsed on were grandfathered into my sign out privileges. The only thing I could not sign out was a hot air balloon which at the time they asked me if I wanted to write and also the piston engine course . I declined both as I had just written the turbine exam .So is this confusing enough...I have a M1/M2 license..206,204,205,212.412,407. Still can't sign out a 214B or ST unless I take a course.This also includes anything that I haven't had a course on...ie...747.

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