Guest Cralis Posted October 10, 2008 Share Posted October 10, 2008 (Some might not say it's a progression, but...) Once you have your minimum of 20 hours, and obtain your RA Licence, the next step is to get a passenger endorsement, right? This allows you to carry passengers? (The plural means, if the MTOW was increased, and you, your fuel, the plane and > 1 passenger will still < MTOW, is that legal, or is it ONE passenger?) OK, so you get that, then do your cross country. At this stage, can you fly Brisbane to Perth if you wanted to, or is there a limitation as to how far you can go still? Letâ€™s say you got all this done is 35 hours. (Possible!?) Now you decide you want to go for your PPL. I assume you now have to do a number of hours in a GA registered aircraft? How many hours would this be? I assume it has to be your RA hours + x number of hours in GA = y? What would y be? And finally, do you need to have a CPL + Instructors to be a RA Instructor? What's the requirements to do RA instruction? Thanks guys, Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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