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Avoid a Training Credit Crisis Continued from page 24 AVIATION & AIRPORT LAW PRACTICE segment above. If you guessed INH-B, you are correct. You can’t put Fred through a quick company indoc and then assign him a flight, but he also probably doesn’t need full initial aircraft ground and aircraft or simulator training. Now let’s consider Lear 60 Larry. Larry has been flying a Lear 60 for another Part 135 air carrier as a second-in-command for five years. You intend to assign Larry as a secondin-command in a Hawker 400. Which training curriculum must Larry complete? INH-D is the right answer for Larry. He will need full initial aircraft-specific ground and aircraft or simulator training. Remember, your training program might not exactly match the examples above so you need to review your own program. What if an air carrier chooses to ignore the latest FAA guidance and accepts training completed under another air carrier’s training program? Jackson described the possible ramifications, “The real enforcement threat comes not from ‘transferring’ the training from another air carrier, but from utilizing a crew member who is not trained in the new air carrier’s standard operating procedures, checklists, and Op Specs and therefore is not qualified to conduct operations under your air carrier certificate. Fines can aggregate on a per-flight basis for each commercial flight the pilot conducts from the day the air carrier puts a pilot in to commercial service. The civil penalties that could be incurred by utilizing an unqualified pilot for even a few months far outweigh the cost of adequate flight training.” Jackson offers the following guidance to air carriers: “Operators need to know the details of their training program. An air carrier can’t rely on its POI to stop it from violating its own training program or the applicable regulations.” The FAA has promised guidance for Part 135 operators and its own inspectors. In fact, at the NATA Air Charter Summit in June 2011, FAA representatives indicated this guidance would be published in about a month. When the guidelines are released, NATA will provide you with the latest information. Lindsey C. McFarren is the president of McFarren Aviation Consulting, a safety, security and regulatory consulting firm focusing on general aviation issues. She can be contacted at Lindsey@mcfarrenaviation.com. Our multi-state law o ces represent FBOs, Ground Handlers, Fuelers, Part 121, Part 91 and Part 135 operators on a wide range of aviation matters, including acquisitions, day to day legal matters, contracts and leases, Part 13 and 16 complaints, insurance defense and enforcement matters, as well as, commercial litigation. OUR TEAM OF SEASONED ATTORNEYS HAS THE EXPERTISE YOU NEED. Call today to arrange a consultation with the AVIATION AND AIRPORT LAW PRACTICE GROUP: PH: (516) 364-1095 • FAX: (516) 364-0612 lkirsch@mklawnyc.com • www.mklawnyc.com CLEAN FUEL Any Time. Any Place. Velcon is a trusted name in the commercial and military aviation industry. NEW VELCON POSTERS Please send an email request to vfsales@velcon.com Include your name, address, and your choice of the Apache, F-35, or both posters. Velcon Filters, LLC Colorado Springs, CO USA www.velcon.com 1.800.250.1985 719.531.5855 Fax 719.531.5690 vfsales@velcon.com Fuel Filtration and Separation Specialists for over 50 years Aviation Business Journal | 3rd Quarter 2011 Quarter Page Velcon Ad 01-11.indd 1 1/14/2011 2:22:38 PM 25 http://www.mklawnyc.com http://www.velcon.com

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