Subpart –A General

Temporary certificate

Table of Content

61.1. Applicability and definitions
61.2. Temporary certificate
61.3. Requirement for certificates, ratings, and authorization
61.4. Qualification and approval of flight simulators and flight training devices
61.5. Certificates and ratings issued under this part
61.7. Specifications For Personnel Licences
61.9. Reserved
61.11. Expired pilot certificates and reissuance
61.13. Issuance of airman certificates, ratings, and authorizations
61.14. Refusal to submit to a drug or alcohol test
61.15. Offenses involving alcohol or drugs
61.16. Refusal to submit to an alcohol test or to furnish test results
61.18. Security disqualification
61.19. Duration of pilot and instructor certificates
61.21. Duration of a Category II and a CategoryIII pilot authorization (for other than part 121 and part 135 use)
61.23. Medical certificates: Requirement and duration
61.24. Restricted Radiotelephone Certificate
61.25. Change of name
61.27. Voluntary surrender or exchange of certificate
61.29. Replacement of a lost or destroyed airman or medical certificate orknowledge test report
61.31. Type rating requirements, additional training, and authorization requirements
61.33. Tests: General procedure
61.34. English Language Proficiency test
61.35. Knowledge test: Prerequisites and passing grades
61.37. Knowledge tests: Cheating or other unauthorized conduct
61.39. Prerequisites for practical tests
61.41. Flight training received from flight instructors not certificated by the CAA
61.43. Practical tests: General procedures
61.45. Practical tests: Required aircraft and equipment
61.47. Status of an examiner who is authorized by the DGCAA to conduct practical test
61.49. Retesting after failure
61.51. Pilot logbooks
61.53. Prohibition on operations during medical deficiency
61.55. Second in command qualifications
61.56. Flight review
61.57. Recent flight experience: Pilot in command
61.58. Pilot in command proficiency check: Operation of aircraft requiring more than one pilot flight crew member
61.59. Falsification, reproduction, or alteration of applications, certificates, logbooks, reports, or records
61.60. Change of address

 

61.1    Applicability and definitions.

(a) This part prescribes: 

(1) The requirements for issuing pilot, flight instructor, and ground instructor certificates and ratings; the conditions under which those certificates and ratings are necessary; and the privileges and limitations of those certificates and ratings.

(2) The requirements for issuing pilot, flight instructor, and ground instructor authorizations; the conditions under which those authorizations are necessary; and the privileges and limitations of those authorizations.

(3) The requirements for issuing pilot, flight instructor, and ground instructor certificates and ratings for persons who have taken courses approved by DGCAA under other parts of JCAR 

(b) For the purpose of this part:

(1) ; or

(b) Suspension or revocation of any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part.

61.2    Temporary certificate.

(a) A temporary pilot, flight instructor, or ground instructor certificate or rating is issued for up to 60 days, at which time a permanent certificate will be issued to a person whom DGCAA finds qualified under this part.

(b) A temporary pilot, flight instructor, or ground instructor certificate or rating expires:

(1) On the expiration date shown on the certificate;

(2) Upon receipt of the permanent certificate; orAeronautical experience: means pilot time obtained in an aircraft, flight simulator, or flight training device for meeting the appropriate training and flight time requirements for an airman certificate, rating, flight review, or recency of flight experience requirements of this part.

(2) Authorized instructor: means-

(i) A person who holds a valid ground instructor certificate issued under part 61 of  JCAR when conducting ground training in accordance with the privileges and limitations of his or her ground instructor certificate;

(ii) A person who holds a current flight instructor certificate issued under part 61 of JCAR when conducting ground training or flight training in accordance with the privileges and limitations of his or her flight instructor certificate; or

(iii) A person authorized by DGCAA to provide ground training or flight training under  part 61, 121, 135, or 142 of JCAR when conducting ground training or flight training in accordance with that authority.

(3) Cross-country time: means- 

(i) Except as provided in paragraphs (b)(3) (ii), (iii), (iv), and (v) of this section, time acquired during a flight :

(A) Conducted by a person who holds a pilot certificate;

(B) Conducted in an aircraft 

(C) That includes a landing at a point other than the point of departure; an 

(D) That involves the use of dead reckoning, pilotage, electronic navigation aids, radio aids, or other navigation systems to navigate to the landing point.

(ii) For the purpose of meeting the aeronautical experience requirements (except for a rotorcraft category rating), for a private pilot certificate, a commercial pilot certificate, or an instrument rating, , time acquired during a flight :

(A) Conducted in an appropriate aircraft 

(B) That includes a point of landing that was at least a straight-line distance of more than 50 nautical miles from the original point of departure; an 

(C) That involves the use of dead reckoning, pilotage, electronic navigation aids, radio aids, or other navigation systems to navigate to the landing point.

(iii) For the purpose of meeting the aeronautical experience requirements for any pilot certificate with a rotorcraft category rating or an instrument-helicopter rating, time acquired during a flight:

(A) Conducted in an appropriate aircraft;

 (B) That includes a point of landing that was at least a straight-line distance of more than 25 nautical miles from the original point of departure; and

 (C) That involves the use of dead reckoning, pilotage, electronic navigation aids, radio aids, or other navigation systems to navigate to the landing point.

(iv) For the purpose of meeting the aeronautical experience requirements for an airline transport pilot certificate (except with a rotorcraft category rating), time acquired during a flight :

(A) Conducted in an appropriate aircraft;

 (B) That is at least a straight-line distance of more than 50 nautical miles from the original point of departure; and 

(C) That involves the use of dead reckoning, pilotage, electronic navigation aids, radio aids, or other navigation systems.

(v) For a military pilot who qualifies for a commercial pilot certificate (except with a rotorcraft category rating) under 61.73 of this part, time acquired during a flight :

(A) Conducted in an appropriate aircraft; 

(B) That is at least a straight-line distance of more than 50 nautical miles from the original point of departure; and

(C) That involves the use of dead reckoning, pilotage, electronic navigation aids, radio aids, or other navigation systems.

(4) Examiner: means any person who is authorized by DGCAA to conduct a pilot proficiency test or a practical test for an airman certificate or rating issued under this part, or a person who is authorized to conduct a knowledge test under this part.

(5) Flight simulator : means a device that -

(i) Is a full-size aircraft cockpit replica of a specific type of aircraft, or make, model, and series of aircraft;

(ii) Includes the hardware and software necessary to represent the aircraft in ground operations and flight operations;

(iii) Uses a force cueing system that provides cues at least equivalent to those cues provided by a 3 degree freedom of motion system;

(iv) Uses a visual system that provides at least a 45 degree horizontal field of view and a 30 degree vertical field of view simultaneously for each pilot; and

(v) Has been evaluated, qualified, and approved by DGCAA.

(6) Flight training: means that training, other than ground training, received from an authorized instructor in flight in an aircraft.

(7) Flight training device: means a device that-

(i) Is a full-size replica of the instruments, equipment, panels, and controls of an aircraft, or set of aircraft, in an open flight deck area or in an enclosed cockpit, including the hardware and software for the systems installed, that is necessary to simulate the aircraft in ground and flight operations;

(ii) Need not have a force (motion) cueing or visual system; and

(iii) Has been evaluated, qualified, and approved by DGCAA.

(8) Ground training: means that training, other than flight training, received from an authorized instructor.

(9) Instrument approach: means an approach procedure defined in part 97 of JCAR.

(10) Instrument training: means that time in which instrument training is received from an authorized instructor under actual or simulated instrument conditions.

(11) Knowledge test: means a test on the aeronautical knowledge areas required for an airman certificate or rating that can be administered in written form or by a computer.

(12) Pilot time: means that time in which a person-

(i) Serves as a required pilot flight crewmember;

(ii) Receives training from an authorized instructor in an aircraft, flight simulator, or flight training device; or 

(iii) Gives training as an authorized instructor in an aircraft, flight simulator, or flight training device.

(13) Practical test: means a test on the areas of operations for an airman certificate, rating, or authorization that is conducted by having the applicant respond to questions and demonstrate maneuvers in flight, in a flight simulator, or in a flight training device.

(14) Set of aircraft : means  aircraft that share similar performance characteristics, such as similar airspeed and altitude operating envelopes, similar handling characteristics, and the same number and type of propulsion systems.

(15) Training time: means training received- 

(i) In flight from an authorized instructor;

(ii) On the ground from an authorized instructor; or

(iii) In a flight simulator or flight training device from an authorized instructor.

 61.3 Requirement for certificates, ratings, and authorizations.  

(a) Pilot certificate. A person may not act as pilot in command or in any other capacity as a required pilot flight crewmember of a civil aircraft of Jordanian registry, unless that person :

(1) Has a valid pilot certificate issued under this part in that person´s physical possession or readily accessible in the aircraft when exercising the privileges of that pilot certificate . However, when the aircraft is operated within a foreign country, a current pilot license issued by the country in which the aircraft is operated may be used; and

(2) Has a photo identification that is in that person´s physical possession or readily accessible in the aircraft when exercising the privileges of that pilot certificate or authorization. The photo identification must be a: 

(i) Government identification card issued by the Jordanian Civil Status and Passport Department;                                                

(ii) Official passport; or

(iii)Credential that authorizes unescorted access to a security identification display area at an airport regulated under Jordan National Civil Aviation Security Program chapter 3.

(b) Required pilot certificate for operating a foreign-registered aircraft. A person may not act as pilot in command or in any other capacity as a required pilot flight crewmember of a civil aircraft of foreign registry within , unless that person´s pilot certificate:

(1) Is valid and in that person´s physical possession, or readily accessible in the aircraft when exercising the privileges of that pilot certificate; and

(2) Has been issued under this part, or has been issued or validated by the country in which the aircraft is registered.

(c) Medical certificate.

(1) Except as provided for in paragraph (c)(2) of this section, a person may not act as pilot in command or in any other capacity as a required pilot flight crewmember of an aircraft, under a certificate issued to that person under this part, unless that person has a current and appropriate medical certificate that has been issued under part 67 of JCAR, or other documentation acceptable to DGCAA, which is in that person´s physical possession or readily accessible in the aircraft.

(2) A person is not required to meet the requirements of paragraph (c)(1) of this section if that person::

(i)  Is exercising the privileges of a ground instructor certificate; or

(ii) Is operating an aircraft within a foreign country using a pilot license issued by that country and possesses evidence of current medical qualification for that license.

(d) Flight instructor certificate.

(1) A person who holds a flight instructor certificate issued under this part must have that certificate, or other documentation acceptable to DGCAA, in that person´s physical possession or readily accessible in the aircraft when exercising the privileges of that flight instructor certificate.

(2) Except as provided in paragraph (d)(3) of this section, no person other than the holder of a flight instructor certificate issued under this part with the appropriate rating on that certificate may :

(i) Give training required to qualify a person for solo flight and solo cross-country flight;

(ii) Endorse an applicant for a:

(A) Pilot certificate or rating issued under this part;

(B) Flight instructor certificate or rating issued under this part; or

(C) Ground instructor certificate or rating issued under this part;

(iii) Endorse a pilot logbook to show training given; or

(iv) Endorse a student pilot certificate and logbook for solo operating privileges.

(3) A flight instructor certificate issued under this part is not necessary::

(i) Under paragraph (d)(2) of this section, if the training is given by the holder of a commercial pilot certificate with a lighter-than-air rating, provided the training is given in accordance with the privileges of the certificate in a lighter-than-air aircraft;

(ii) Under paragraph (d)(2) of this section, if the training is given by the holder of an airline transport pilot certificate with a rating appropriate to the aircraft in which the training is given, provided the training is given in accordance with the privileges of the certificate and conducted in accordance with an approved air carrier training program approved under part 121 or part 135 of JCAR;

(iii) Under paragraph (d)(2) of this section, if the training is given by a person who is qualified in accordance with subpart C of part 142 of JCAR, provided the training is conducted in accordance with an approved part 142 training program;

(iv) Under paragraphs (d)(2)(i), (d)(2)(ii)(C), and (d)(2)(iii) of this section, if the training is given by the holder of a ground instructor certificate in accordance with the privileges of the certificate; or

(v) Under paragraph (d)(2)(iii) of this section, if the training is given by an authorized flight instructor under 61.41 of this part.

(e) Instrument rating. No person may act as pilot in command of a civil aircraft under IFR or in weather conditions less than the minimums prescribed for VFR flight unless that person holds:

(1) The appropriate aircraft category, class, type (if required), and instrument rating on that person´s pilot certificate for any airplane, helicopter, or powered-lift being flown;

(2) An airline transport pilot certificate with the appropriate aircraft category, class, and type rating (if required) for the aircraft being flown;

(3) For a glider, a pilot certificate with a glider category rating and an airplane instrument rating; or

(4) For an airship, a commercial pilot certificate with a lighter-than-air category rating and airship class rating.

(f) Category II pilot authorization. Except for a pilot conducting Category II operations under part 121 or part 135, a person may not:

(1) Act as pilot in command of a civil aircraft during Category II operations unless that person : 

(i) Holds a current Category II pilot authorization for that category or class of aircraft, and the type of aircraft, if applicable; or 

(ii) In the case of a civil aircraft of foreign registry, is authorized by the country of registry to act as pilot in command of that aircraft in Category II operations.

(2) Act as second in command of a civil aircraft during Category II operations unless that person:

(i) Holds a valid pilot certificate with category and class ratings for that aircraft and a current instrument rating for that category aircraft. 

(ii) Holds an airline transport pilot certificate with category and class ratings for that aircraft; or 

(iii) In the case of a civil aircraft of foreign registry, is authorized by the country of registry to act as second in command of that aircraft during Category II operations.

(g) Category III pilot authorization. Except for a pilot conducting Category III operations under part 121 or part 135, a person may not:

(1) Act as pilot in command of a civil aircraft during Category III operations unless that person:

(i) Holds a current Category III pilot authorization for that category or class of aircraft, and the type of aircraft, if applicable; or

(ii) In the case of a civil aircraft of foreign registry, is authorized by the country of registry to act as pilot in command of that aircraft in Category III operations.

(2) Act as second in command of a civil aircraft during Category III operations unless that person:

(i) Holds a valid pilot certificate with category and class ratings for that aircraft and a current instrument rating for that category aircraft; 

(ii) Holds an airline transport pilot certificate with category and class ratings for that aircraft; or

(iii) In the case of a civil aircraft of foreign registry, is authorized by the country of registry to act as second in command of that aircraft during Category III operations.

(h) Category A aircraft pilot authorization. The DGCAA may issue a certificate of authorization for a Category II or Category III operation to the pilot of a small aircraft that is a Category A aircraft, as identified in 97.3(b)(1) of JCAR if:

(1) DGCAA determines that the Category II or Category III operation can be performed safely by that pilot under the terms of the certificate of authorization; and

(2) The Category II or Category III operation does not involve the carriage of persons or property for compensation or hire.

(i) Ground instructor certificate.

(1) Each person who holds a ground instructor certificate issued under this part must have that certificate in that person´s physical possession or immediately accessible when exercising the privileges of that certificate.

(2) Except as provided in paragraph (i)(3) of this section, no person other than the holder of a ground instructor certificate, issued under this part , with the appropriate rating on that certificate may :

(i) Give ground training required to qualify a person for solo flight and solo cross-country flight;

(ii) Endorse an applicant for a knowledge test required for a pilot, flight instructor, or ground instructor certificate or rating issued under this part; or

(iii) Endorse a pilot logbook to show ground training given.

(3) A ground instructor certificate issued under this part is not necessary :

(i) Under paragraph (i)(2) of this section, if the training is given by the holder of a flight instructor certificate issued under this part in accordance with the privileges of that certificate;

(ii) Under paragraph (i)(2) of this section, if the training is given by the holder of a commercial pilot certificate with a lighter-than-air rating, provided the training is given in accordance with the privileges of the certificate in a lighter-than-air aircraft;

(iii) Under paragraph (i)(2) of this section, if the training is given by the holder of an airline transport pilot certificate with a rating appropriate to the aircraft in which the training is given, provided the training is given in accordance with the privileges of the certificate and conducted in accordance with an approved air carrier training program approved under part 121 or part 135 of JCAR;

(iv) Under paragraph (i)(2) of this section, if the training is given by a person who is qualified in accordance with subpart C of part 142 of JCAR, provided the training is conducted in accordance with an approved part 142 training program; or

(v) Under paragraph (i)(2)(iii) of this section, if the training is given by an authorized flight instructor under 61.41 of this part.

(j) Age limitation for certain operations.

(1) Age limitation.

No person who holds a pilot certificate issued under this part shall serve as a pilot on a civil airplane of Jordanian registry in the following operations if the person has reached the age of 60 years, or  in the  case of operations with more than one pilot where the other pilot is younger than 60 years of age, then has reached the age of 65 years.

(i) Scheduled international air services carrying passengers in turbojet-powered airplanes;

(ii) Scheduled international air services carrying passengers in airplanes having a passenger-seat configuration of more than nine passenger seats, excluding each crewmember seat;

(iii) Nonscheduled international air transportation for compensation or hire in airplanes having a passenger-seat configuration of more than 30 passenger seats, excluding each crewmember seat; or

(iv) Scheduled international air services, or nonscheduled international air transportation for compensation or hire, in airplanes having a payload capacity of more than 7,500 pounds (3450 kg) .

(2) Definitions.

(i) "International air service," as used in paragraph (j) of this section, means scheduled air service performed in airplanes for the public transport of passengers, mail, or cargo, in which the service passes through the airspace over the territory of more than one country.

(ii) "International air transportation," as used in paragraph (j) of this section, means air transportation performed in airplanes for the public transport of passengers, mail, or cargo, in which the service passes through the airspace over the territory of more than one country.

(k) Special purpose pilot authorization. Any person that is required to hold a special purpose pilot authorization, issued in accordance with 61.77 of this part, must have that authorization and the person´s foreign pilot license in that person´s physical possession or have it readily accessible in the aircraft when exercising the privileges of that authorization.

(l) Inspection of certificate. Each person who holds an airman certificate, medical certificate, authorization, or license required by this part must present it and their photo identification as described in paragraph (a)(2) of this section for inspection upon a request from:

(1) DGCAA; or

(2) Any Government law enforcement officer.

61.4 Qualification and approval of flight simulators and flight training devices.

(a) Except as specified in paragraph (b) or (c) of this section, each flight simulator and flight training device used for training, and for which an airman is to receive credit to satisfy any training, testing, or checking requirement under JCAR, must be qualified and approved by DGCAA for :

(1) The training, testing, and checking for which it is used;

(2) Each particular maneuver, procedure, or crewmember function performed; and

(3) The representation of the specific category and class of aircraft, type of aircraft, particular variation within the type of aircraft, or set of aircraft for certain flight training devices.

(b) Any device used for flight training, testing, or checking that has been determined to be acceptable to or approved by DGCAA, which can be shown to function as originally designed, is considered to be a flight training device, provided it is used for the same purposes for which it was originally accepted or approved and only to the extent of such acceptance or approval.

(c) DGCAA may approve a device other than a flight simulator or flight training device for specific purposes.

61.5 Certificates and ratings issued under this part. 

(a) The following certificates are issued under this part to an applicant who satisfactorily accomplishes the

training and certification requirements for the certificate sought:

(1) Pilot certificates :

(i) Student pilot.

(ii) Private pilot.

(iii) Commercial pilot.

(iv) Airline transport pilot.

(2) Flight instructor certificates.

(3) Ground instructor certificates.

(b) The following ratings are placed on a pilot certificate (other than student pilot) when an applicant satisfactorily accomplishes the training and certification requirements for the rating sought:

(1) Aircraft category ratings :

(i) Airplane.

(ii) Rotorcraft.

(iii) Glider.

(iv) Lighter-than-air;

(v) Powered-lift.

(2) Airplane class ratings :

(i) Single-engine land.

(ii) Multiengine land.

(iii) Single-engine sea.

(iv) Multiengine sea.

(3) Rotorcraft class ratings :

(i) Helicopter.

(ii) Gyroplane.

(4) Lighter-than-air class ratings :

(i) Airship.

(ii) Balloon.

(5) Aircraft type ratings :

(i) Large aircraft other than lighter-than-air.

(ii) Turbojet-powered airplanes.

(iii) Other aircraft type ratings specified by DGCAA through the aircraft type certification procedures.

(6) Instrument ratings (on private and commercial pilot certificates only) :

(i) Instrument : Airplane.

(ii) Instrument : Helicopter.

(c) The following ratings are placed on a flight instructor certificate when an applicant satisfactorily accomplishes the training and certification requirements for the rating sought:

(1) Aircraft category ratings :

(i) Airplane.

(ii) Rotorcraft.

(iii) Glider.

(vi) Powered-lift.

(2) Airplane class ratings :

(i) Single-engine.

(ii) Multiengine.

(3) Rotorcraft class ratings :

(i) Helicopter.

(ii) Gyroplane.

(4) Instrument ratings :

(i) Instrument : Airplane.

(ii) Instrument : Helicopter.

(iii) Instrument: Powered-lift.

(d) The following ratings are placed on a ground instructor certificate when an applicant satisfactorily accomplishes the training and certification requirements for the rating sought:

(1) Basic.

(2) Advanced.

(3) Instrument. 

61.7  Specifications For Personnel Licences. 

Personnel licences issued by Jordan Civil Aviation Authority shall conform to the following specifications:

(a) Detail .

The following details shall appear on the licence:

(1) Name of State (in bold type);

(2) Title of licence (in very bold type);

(3) Serial number of the licence, in arabic numerals, given by the authority issuing the licence;

(4) Name of holder in full (in roman alphabet also if script of national language is other than roman);

(5) A Date of birth;               

(6) Address of holder;

(7) Nationality of holder;  

(8) Signature of holder;

(9) Authority and, where necessary, conditions under which the licence is issued;

(10) Certification concerning validity and authorization for holder to exercise privileges appropriate to licence;

(11) Signature of  Chief Commissioner /CEO, issuance , renewal and expiry date.

(12) Seal or stamp of authority issuing the licence;

(13) Ratings, e.g. category, class, type of aircraft, airframe, aerodrome control, etc.;

(14) Remarks, i.e. special endorsements relating to limitations and endorsements for privileges, including from 5 March 2008 an endorsement of language proficiency;

(15) Any other details desired by the State issuing the licence.

(16) English Languages Proficiency and level.

(b) Material .First quality paper or other suitable material shall be used and the items mentioned in paragraph (a) of this section shown clearly thereon.

(c) Colour .Where the same coloured material is used for all licences issued by a Contracting State, that colour shall be white.

(d) Arrangement of items. Item headings on the licence shall be uniformly numbered in roman numerals as indicated in paragraph (a) of this section, so that on any licence the number will, under any arrangement, refer to the same item heading 

61.9 ( Reserved).  

61.11 Expired pilot certificates and re-issuance.

(a) No person who holds an expired pilot certificate or rating may:

(1) Exercise the privileges of that pilot certificate or rating; or

(2) Act as pilot in command or as a required pilot flight crewmember of an aircraft of the same category and class specified on the expired pilot certificate or rating.

(b) A pilot certificate issued on the basis of a foreign pilot license will expire on the date the foreign license expires unless otherwise specified on the Jordanian pilot certificate. A certificate without an expiration date is issued to the holder of the expired certificate only if that person meets the requirements of 61.75 for the issuance of a pilot certificate based on a foreign pilot license.

61.13 Issuance of airman certificates, ratings, and authorizations.

(a) Application.

(1) An applicant for an airman certificate, rating, or authorization under this part must make that application on a form and in a manner acceptable to the DGCAA.

(2) An applicant who is neither a  Jordanian citizen nor a  permanent resident  of :

(i) Must show evidence that the appropriate fee has been paid when that person applies for a :

(A) Student pilot certificate that is issued outside ; or

 (B) Knowledge test or practical test for an airman certificate or rating issued under this part, if the test is administered outside .

(ii) May be refused issuance of any Jordanian airman certificate, rating, or authorization by DGCAA.

(3) Except as provided in paragraph (a)(2)(ii) of this section, an applicant who satisfactorily accomplishes the training and certification requirements for the certificate, rating, or authorization sought is entitled to receive that airman certificate, rating, or authorization.

(b) Limitations.

(1) An applicant who cannot comply with certain areas of operation required on the practical test because of physical limitations may be issued an airman certificate, rating, or authorization with the appropriate limitation placed on the applicant´s airman certificate provided the :

(i) Applicant is able to meet all other certification requirements for the airman certificate, rating, or authorization sought;

(ii) Physical limitation has been recorded with CAA on the applicant´s medical records; and

(iii) DGCAA determines that the applicant´s inability to perform the particular area of operation will not adversely affect safety.

(2) A limitation placed on a person´s airman certificate may be removed, provided that person demonstrates for an examiner satisfactory proficiency in the area of operation appropriate to the airman certificate, rating, or authorization sought.

(c) Additional requirements for Category II and Category III pilot authorizations.

(1) A Category II or Category III pilot authorization is issued by a letter of authorization as part of an applicant´s instrument rating or airline transport pilot certificate.

(2) Upon original issue, the authorization contains the following limitations:

(i) For Category II operations, the limitation is 1,600 feet (500 meters) RVR and a 150-foot  (45-meter) decision height; and

(ii) For Category III operations, each initial limitation is specified in the authorization document.

(3) The limitations on a Category II or Category III pilot authorization may be removed as follows:

(i) In the case of Category II limitations, a limitation is removed when the holder shows that, since the beginning of the sixth preceding month, the holder has made three Category II ILS approaches with a 150-foot (45- meters) decision height to a landing under actual or simulated instrument conditions.

(ii) In the case of Category III limitations, a limitation is removed as specified in the authorization.

(4) To meet the experience requirements of paragraph (c)(3) of this section, and for the practical test required by this part for a Category II or a Category III pilot authorization, a flight simulator or flight training device may be used if it is approved by DGCAA  for such use.

(d) Application during suspension or revocation.

(1) Unless otherwise authorized by DGCAA , a person whose pilot, flight instructor, or ground instructor certificate has been suspended may not apply for any certificate, rating, or authorization during the period of suspension.

(2) Unless otherwise authorized by DGCAA, a person whose pilot, flight instructor, or ground instructor certificate has been revoked may not apply for any certificate, rating, or authorization for 1 year after the date of revocation.

61.14 Refusal to submit to a drug or alcohol test.

(a) This section applies to an employee who performs a function listed in appendix I to part 121 or appendix J to part 121 of JCAR directly or by contract for a part 121 air carrier, a part 135 air carrier, or for a person conducting operations as specified in 135.1(a)(5) of JCAR.

(b) Refusal by the holder of a certificate issued under this part to take a drug test required under the provisions of appendix I to part 121 or an alcohol test required under the provisions of appendix J to part 121 is grounds for:

(1) Denial of an application for any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part for a period of up to 1 year after the date of such refusal; and

(2) Suspension or revocation of any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part.

61.15 Offenses involving alcohol or drugs.

(a) A conviction for the violation of any National statute relating to the growing, processing, manufacture, sale, disposition, possession, transportation, or importation of narcotic drugs, marijuana, or depressant or stimulant drugs or substances is grounds for:

(1) Denial of an application for any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part for a period of up to 1 year after the date of final conviction; or

(2) Suspension or revocation of any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part.

(b) Committing an act prohibited by 91.17(a) or 91.19(a) of JCAR is grounds for:

(1) Denial of an application for a certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part for a period of up to 1 year after the date of that act; or

(2) Suspension or revocation of any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part.

61.16 Refusal to submit to an alcohol test or to furnish test results.

A refusal to submit to a test to indicate the percentage by weight of alcohol in the blood, when requested by a medical examiner officer or flight safety inspector in accordance with 91.17(c) of JCAR, or a refusal to furnish or authorize the release of the test results requested by DGCAA in accordance with 91.17(c) or (d) of JCAR, is grounds for:

(a) Denial of an application for any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part for a period of up to 1 year after the date of that refusal

(3) Upon receipt of a notice that the certificate or rating sought is denied or revoked.

61.18 Security disqualification.

(a) Eligibility standard. No person is eligible to hold a certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part when Jordan Intelligence Department (JID) or Public Security Department (PSD) has notified the CAA in writing that the person poses a security threat.

(b) Effect of the issuance by JID/PSD of an Initial Notification of Threat Assessment.

(1)  CAA will hold in abeyance pending the outcome of the JID/PSD´s final threat assessment review an application for any certificate, rating, or authorization under this part by any person who has been issued an Initial Notification of Threat Assessment by the JID/PSD.

(2)  CAA will suspend any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part after JID/PSD issues to the holder an Initial Notification of Threat Assessment.

(c) Effect of the issuance by the JID/PSD of a Final Notification of Threat Assessment.

(1) The CAA will deny an application for any certificate, rating, or authorization under this part to any person who has been issued a Final Notification of Threat Assessment.

(2) CAA will revoke any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under this part after the JID/PSD has issued to the holder a Final Notification of Threat Assessment.

61.19 Duration of pilot and instructor certificates.

(a) General. The holder of a certificate with an expiration date may not, after that date, exercise the privileges of that certificate.

(b) Student pilot certificate. A student pilot certificate expires 36 calendar months from the month in which it is issued.

(c) Other pilot certificates. A pilot certificate (other than a student pilot certificate) issued under this part expires after 36 calendar months from  the month in which it is issued.. The holder of a pilot certificate issued on the basis of a foreign pilot license may exercise the privileges of that certificate only while that person's foreign pilot license is effective, or 36 calendar months from the date of issuance which ever comes first.  

(d) Flight instructor certificate. A flight instructor certificate:

      (1) Is effective only while the holder has a current pilot certificate; and

      (2) Except as specified in 61.197(b) of this part, expires 36 calendar months from the month in which it was issued or renewed.

(e) Ground instructor certificate expires 36 calendar months from the month in which it is issued.

(f) Surrender, suspension, or revocation. Any certificate issued under this part ceases to be effective if it is surrendered, suspended, or revoked.

(g) Return of certificates. The holder of any certificate issued under this part that has been suspended or revoked must return that certificate to CAA when requested to do so by the DGCAA.

61.21 Duration of a Category II and a Category III pilot authorization (for other than part 121 and part 135 use).

(a) A Category II pilot authorization or a Category III pilot authorization expires at the end of the sixth calendar month after the month in which it was issued or renewed.

(b) Upon passing a practical test for a Category II or Category III pilot authorization, the authorization may be renewed for each type of aircraft for which the authorization is held.

(c) A Category II or Category III pilot authorization for a specific type aircraft for which an authorization is held will not be renewed beyond 12 calendar months from the month the practical test was accomplished in that type aircraft.

(d) If the holder of a Category II or Category III pilot authorization passes the practical test for a renewal in the month before the authorization expires, the holder is considered to have passed it during the month the authorization expired.

61.23 Medical certificates: Requirement and duration.

(a) Operations requiring a medical certificate as classified in part 67. Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, a person:

(1) Must hold a first-class medical certificate when exercising the privileges of:
(i) an airline transport pilot certificate;

(ii) a commercial pilot certificate;

(iii) a private pilot certificate for other than glider category rating  or balloon class category, when it is exercised for the purpose of undertaking  instructions for a commercial pilot certificate; or

(iv) a student pilot certificate for other than glider  category  rating or balloon class rating.

(2) Must hold at least a second class medical certificate when exercising the privileges of:

(i) a private pilot certificate for other than glider category rating or a balloon class rating.

(ii) a pilot certificate with glider category rating  or balloon class category.

(iii) flight instructor certificate for other than glider category rating or a balloon class rating.

(3) Must hold at least a third-class medical certificate when exercising the privileges of air traffic controller certificate.

(b) Operations not requiring a medical certificate. A person is not required to hold a medical certificate:

(1) When exercising the privileges of a ground instructor certificate; 

(2) When serving as an examiner or check airman during the administration of a test or check for a certificate, rating, or authorization conducted in a flight simulator or flight training device; or 

(3) When taking a test or check for a certificate, rating, or authorization conducted in a flight simulator or flight training device.

(c) Duration of a medical certificate.

 (1) A first-class medical certificate expires at the end of the last day of :

(i) The sixth month after the month of the date of examination shown on the certificate for operations requiring an airline transport pilot certificate;

(ii) The 12th month after the month of the date of examination shown on the certificate for operations requiring a commercial pilot certificate; and

(iii) The period specified in paragraph (c)(3)(i) and (ii)  of this section for operations requiring a private pilot certificate, (when acting as pilot in command or a required pilot flight crewmember in operations other than glider or balloon), or a student pilot certificate.

(2) A second-class medical certificate expires at the end of the last day of :

(i) The 12th month after the month of the date of examination shown on the certificate for operations requiring a flight instructor certificate;

 (ii) The period specified in paragraph (c)(3)(i) of this section for operations requiring a private pilot certificate, or a student pilot certificate; and  

(iii) The 12th month after the month of the date of the examination shown on the certificate for the operations requiring  air traffic control operator certificate

(3) A third-class medical certificate for operations requiring a private pilot certificate,  a student pilot certificate , of a glider category rating, or a balloon class rating , expires at the end of:

(i) The 24th month after the month of the date of the examination shown on the certificate if the person has not reached his or her 40th birthday on or before the date of examination; or

(ii) The 12th month after the month of the date of the examination shown on the certificate if the person has reached his or her 40th birthday on or before the date of the examination.

(4) A third-class medical certificate for operations requiring air traffic control operator expires at the end of the last day of the 12th month after the month of the date of the examination shown on the certificate.

61.24 Restricted Radiotelephone Certificate.

(a)  General. All holders of Jordanian airman certificates  issued under this part are required to posses restricted radiotelephone certificate while operating a registered civil aircraft.

(b) Required. A restricted radiotelephone certificate may be issued upon application if the DGCAA determines the applicant meets the qualifications and requirements for the issuance of such certificate.  

(c)  Duration. The restricted radiotelephone certificate expires at the end of the 12-month af

he month it was issued.

 61.25    Change of name.

(a) An application to change the name on a certificate issued under this part must be accompanied by the applicant´s:

(1) Current airman certificate; and

(2) A copy of the court order, or other document verifying the name change.

(b) The documents in paragraph (a) of this section will be returned to the applicant after inspection

61.27 Voluntary surrender or exchange of certificate.

(a) The holder of a certificate issued under this part may voluntarily surrender it for:

(1) Cancellation;

(2) Issuance of a lower grade certificate; or

(3) Another certificate with specific ratings deleted.

(b) Any request made under paragraph (a) of this section must include the following signed statement or its equivalent: "This request is made for my own reasons, with full knowledge that my (insert name of certificate or rating, as appropriate) may not be reissued to me unless I again pass the tests prescribed for its issuance."

61.29 Replacement of a lost or destroyed airman or medical certificate or knowledge test report.

(a) A request for the replacement of a lost or destroyed airman certificate issued under this part must be made by letter to DGCAA.

(b) An Official request in writing for the replacement of a lost or destroyed certificate issued under this part must be accompanied by a police note or report verifying the lost of the certificate.

(c) The letter requesting replacement of a lost or destroyed airman certificate, medical certificate,  test report must state:

(1) The name of the person;

(2) The permanent mailing address (including postal code), or if the permanent mailing address includes a post office box number, then the person´s current residential address;

(3) The National  Number; an 

(4) The date and place of birth of the certificate holder . 

(d) A person who has lost an airmen certificate or knowledge test report may obtain  a letter from DGCAA confirming that it was issued.

(e) Temporary certificate will be issued to the applicant instead of the lost one for 90 days, and no permanent certificate will be issued unless full investigation is completed about the loss of the certificate.

61.31 Type rating requirements, additional training, and authorization requirements.

(a) Type ratings required. A person who acts as a pilot in command of any of the following aircraft must hold a type rating for that aircraft: 

(1) Large aircraft (except lighter-than-air).

(2) Turbojet-powered airplanes.

(3) Other aircraft specified by DGCAA through aircraft type certificate procedures.

(b) Aircraft category, class, and type ratings: Limitations on the carriage of persons, or operating for compensation or hire. Unless a person holds a category, class, and type rating (if a class and type rating is required) that applies to the aircraft, that person may not act as pilot in command of an aircraft that is carrying another person, or is operated for compensation or hire. That person also may not act as pilot in command of that aircraft for compensation or hire.

(c) Aircraft category, class, and type ratings: Limitations on operating an aircraft as the pilot in command. To serve as the pilot in command of an aircraft, a person must :

(1) Hold the appropriate category, class, and type rating (if a class rating and type rating are required) for the aircraft to be flown;

(2) Be receiving training for the purpose of obtaining an additional pilot certificate and rating that are appropriate to that aircraft, and be under the supervision of an authorized instructor; or 

(3) Have received training required by this part that is appropriate to the aircraft category, class, and type rating (if a class or type rating is required) for the aircraft to be flown, and have received the required endorsements from an instructor who is authorized to provide the required endorsements for solo flight in that aircraft.

(d) Additional training required for operating complex airplanes.

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (d)(2) of this section, no person may act as pilot in command of a complex airplane (an airplane that has a retractable landing gear, flaps, and a controllable pitch propeller; or, in the case of a seaplane, flaps and a controllable pitch propeller), unless the person has :

(i) Received and logged ground and flight training from an authorized instructor in a complex airplane, or in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of a complex airplane, and has been found proficient in the operation and systems of the airplane; and

(ii) Received a one-time endorsement in the pilot´s logbook from an authorized instructor who certifies the person is proficient to operate a complex airplane.

(2) The training and endorsement required by paragraph (d)(1) of this section is not required if the person has logged flight time as pilot in command of a complex airplane, or in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of a complex airplane .

(e) Additional training required for operating high-performance airplanes.

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (e)(2) of this section, no person may act as pilot in command of a high-performance airplane (an airplane with an engine of more than 200 horsepower), unless the person has :

(i) Received and logged ground and flight training from an authorized instructor in a high-performance airplane, or in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of a high-performance airplane, and has been found proficient in the operation and systems of the airplane; and

(ii) Received a one-time endorsement in the pilot´s logbook from an authorized instructor who certifies the person is proficient to operate a high-performance airplane.

(2) The training and endorsement required by paragraph (e)(1) of this section is not required if the person has logged flight time as pilot in command of a high-performance airplane, or in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of a high-performance airplane .

(f) Additional training required for operating pressurized aircraft capable of operating at high altitudes.

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (f)(3) of this section, no person may act as pilot in command of a pressurized aircraft (an aircraft that has a service ceiling or maximum operating altitude, whichever is lower, above 25,000 feet (8000 meters) MSL, unless that person has received and logged ground training from an authorized instructor and obtained an endorsement in the person´s logbook or training record from an authorized instructor who certifies the person has satisfactorily accomplished the ground training. The ground training must include at least the following subjects:

(i) High-altitude aerodynamics and meteorology;

(ii) Respiration;

(iii) Effects, symptoms, and causes of hypoxia and any other high-altitude sickness; 

(iv) Duration of consciousness without supplemental oxygen; 

(v) Effects of prolonged usage of supplemental oxygen; 

(vi) Causes and effects of gas expansion and gas bubble formation; 

(vii) Preventive measures for eliminating gas expansion, gas bubble formation, and high-altitude sickness; 

(viii) Physical phenomena and incidents of decompression; and 

(ix) Any other physiological aspects of high-altitude flight. 

(2) Except as provided in paragraph (f)(3) of this section, no person may act as pilot in command of a pressurized aircraft unless that person has received and logged training from an authorized instructor in a pressurized aircraft, or in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of a pressurized aircraft, and obtained an endorsement in the person´s logbook or training record from an authorized instructor who found the person proficient in the operation of a pressurized aircraft. The flight training must include at least the following subjects: 

(i) Normal cruise flight operations while operating above 25,000 feet (8000 meters) MSL;

(ii) Proper emergency procedures for simulated rapid decompression without actually depressurizing the aircraft; and 

(iii) Emergency descent procedures.

(3) The training and endorsement required by paragraphs (f)(1) and (f)(2) of this section are not required if that person can document satisfactory accomplishment of any of the following in a pressurized aircraft, or in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of a pressurized aircraft:

(i) Serving as pilot in command before January 1st 2004 ;  

(ii) Completing a pilot proficiency check for a pilot certificate or rating before January  1st 2004 ;  

(iii) Completing an official pilot-in-command check conducted by the

Jordanian  Air Force; or

(iv) Completing a pilot-in-command proficiency check under part 121, 125, or 135 of JCAR conducted by DGCAA or by an approved pilot check airman.

(g) Additional aircraft type-specific training. No person may serve as pilot in command of an aircraft that DGCAA has determined requires aircraft type-specific training unless that person has :

(1) Received and logged type-specific training in the aircraft, or in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of that type of aircraft; and

(2) Received a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor who has found the person proficient in the operation of the aircraft and its systems.

(h) Additional training required for operating tailwheel airplanes.

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (h)(2) of this section, no person may act as pilot in command of a tailwheel airplane unless that person has received and logged flight training from an authorized instructor in a tailwheel airplane and received an endorsement in the person´s logbook from an authorized instructor who found the person proficient in the operation of a tailwheel airplane. The flight training must include at least the following maneuvers and procedures:

(i) Normal and crosswind takeoffs and landings; 

(ii) Wheel landings (unless the manufacturer has recommended against such landings); and

(iii) Go-around procedures. 

(2) The training and endorsement required by paragraph (i)(1) of this section is not required if the person logged pilot-in-command time in a tailwheel airplane before   January 1st 2004 .

(i) Additional training required for operating a glider.

(1) No person may act as pilot in command of a glider : 

(i) Using ground-tow procedures, unless that person has satisfactorily accomplished ground and flight training on ground-tow procedures and operations, and has received an endorsement from an authorized instructor who certifies in that pilot´s logbook that the pilot has been found proficient in ground-tow procedures and operations;

(ii) Using aerotow procedures, unless that person has satisfactorily accomplished ground and flight training on aerotow procedures and operations, and has received an endorsement from an authorized instructor who certifies in that pilot´s logbook that the pilot has been found proficient in aerotow procedures and operations; or

(iii) Using self-launch procedures, unless that person has satisfactorily accomplished ground and flight training on self-launch procedures and operations, and has received an endorsement from an authorized instructor who certifies in that pilot´s logbook that the pilot has been found proficient in self-launch procedures and operations.

(2) The holder of a glider rating issued prior to January 1st 2004 , is considered to be in compliance with the training and logbook endorsement requirements of this paragraph for the specific operating privilege for which the holder is already qualified.

(j) Exceptions.

(1) This section does not require a category and class rating for aircraft not type certificated as airplanes, rotorcraft, or lighter-than-air aircraft, or a class rating for gliders or powered-lifts.

(2) The rating limitations of this section do not apply to :

(i) An applicant when taking a practical test given by an examiner; 

(ii) The holder of a student pilot certificate; 

(iii) The holder of a pilot certificate when operating an aircraft under the authority of an experimental or provisional aircraft type certificate; or 

(iv) The holder of a pilot certificate with a lighter-than-air category rating when operating a balloon . 

61.33 Tests: General procedure.

Tests prescribed by or under this part are given at times and places, and by persons designated by DGCAA.

61. 34 English language Proficiency test:

As of 5 March 2008, the language proficiency of aeroplane, airship, helicopter and powered-lift pilots who demonstrate proficiency below the expert level ( level 6) shall be formally evaluated at intervals in accordance with an individual’s demonstrated proficiency level as follows:

(a) Those demonstrating languages proficiency at the extended level 5 will be evaluated once every six years.

(b) Those demonstrating languages proficiency at the operational level 4 will be evaluated once every three years

61.35 Knowledge test: Prerequisites and passing grades.

(a) An applicant for a knowledge test must have:

(1) Received an endorsement, if required by this part, from an approved school or training center  for the certificate or rating sought and is prepared for the knowledge test; and

(2) Proper identification at the time of application that contains the applicant´s: 

(i) Photograph;

(ii) Signature; 

(iii) Date of birth, which shows the applicant meets or will meet the age requirements of this part for the certificate sought before the expiration date of the airman knowledge test report; and 

(iv) Actual residential address, if different from the applicant´s mailing address.

(b) DGCAA shall specify the minimum passing grade for the knowledge test.

61.37 Knowledge tests: Cheating or other unauthorized conduct.

(a) An applicant for a knowledge test may not:

(1) Copy or intentionally remove any knowledge test;

(2) Give to another applicant or receive from another applicant any part or copy of a knowledge test;

(3) Give assistance on, or receive assistance on, a knowledge test during the period that test is being given;

(4) Take any part of a knowledge test on behalf of another person;

(5) Be represented by, or represent, another person for a knowledge test;

(6) Use any material or aid during the period that the test is being given, unless specifically authorized to do so by DGCAA; and

(7) Intentionally cause, assist, or participate in any act prohibited by this paragraph.

(b) An applicant who the DGCAA finds has committed an act prohibited by paragraph (a) of this section is prohibited, for 1 year after the date of committing that act, from:

(1) Applying for any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under JCAR ; and

(2) Applying for and taking any test under JCAR.

(c) Any certificate or rating held by an applicant may be suspended or revoked if  the DGCAA finds that person has committed an act prohibited by paragraph (a) of this section.

61.39 Prerequisites for practical tests.

(a) Except as provided in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section, to be eligible for a practical test for a certificate or rating issued under this part, an applicant must:

(1) Pass the required knowledge test within the 24-calendar-month period preceding the month the applicant completes the practical test, if a knowledge test is required;

(2) Present the knowledge test report at the time of application for the practical test, if a knowledge test is required;

(3) Have satisfactorily accomplished the required training and obtained the aeronautical experience prescribed by this part for the certificate or rating sought; 

(4) Hold  a current  medical certificate, if a medical certificate is required;

(5) Meet the prescribed age requirement of this part for the issuance of the certificate or rating sought; 

(6) Have an endorsement, if required by this part, in the applicant´s logbook or training record that has been signed by an authorized instructor who certifies that the applicant :

(i) Has received and logged training time within 60 days preceding the date of application in preparation for the practical test; 

(ii) Is prepared for the required practical test; and

(iii) Has demonstrated satisfactory knowledge of the subject areas in which the applicant was deficient on the airman knowledge test . 

(7) Have a completed and signed application form.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs (a)(1) and (2) of this section, an applicant for an airline transport pilot certificate or an additional rating to an airline transport certificate may take the practical test for that certificate or rating with an expired knowledge test report, provided that the applicant:

(1) Is employed as a flight crewmember by a certificate holder under part 121, 125, or 135 of JCAR at the time of the practical test and has satisfactorily accomplished that operator´s approved :

(i) Pilot in command aircraft qualification training program that is appropriate to the certificate and rating sought; and 

(ii) Qualification training requirements appropriate to the certificate and rating sought; or 

(2) Is employed as a flight crewmember in scheduled Jordanian military air transport operations at the time of the practical test, and has accomplished the pilot in command aircraft qualification training program that is appropriate to the certificate and rating sought.

(c) A person is not required to comply with the provisions of paragraph (a)(6) of this section if that person:

(1) Holds a foreign-pilot license issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation that authorizes at least the pilot privileges of the airman certificate sought;

(2) Is applying for a type rating only, or a class rating with an associated type rating; or 

(3) Is applying for an airline transport pilot certificate or an additional rating to an airline transport pilot certificate in an aircraft that does not require an aircraft type rating practical test. 

(d) If all increments of the practical test for a certificate or rating are not completed on one date, all remaining increments of the test must be satisfactorily completed not more than 60 calendar days after the date on which the applicant began the test.

(e) If all increments of the practical test for a certificate or a rating are not satisfactorily completed within 60 calendar days after the date on which the applicant began the test, the applicant must retake the entire practical test, including those increments satisfactorily completed.

61.41 Flight training received from flight instructors not certificated by the CAA.

(a) A person may credit flight training toward the requirements of a pilot certificate or rating issued under this part, if that person received the training from:

(1) A flight instructor of an Air Force in a program for training military pilots of either :

(i) ; or 

(ii) A foreign contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation.

(2) A flight instructor who is authorized to give such training by the licensing authority of a foreign contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, and the flight training is given outside.

(b) A flight instructor described in paragraph (a) of this section is only authorized to give endorsements to show training given.

61.43 Practical tests: General procedures.

(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, the ability of an applicant for a certificate or rating issued under this part to perform the required tasks on the practical test is based on that applicant´s ability to safely: 

(1) Perform the tasks specified in the areas of operation for the certificate or rating sought within the approved standards; 

(2) Demonstrate mastery of the aircraft with the successful outcome of each task performed never seriously in doubt; 

(3) Demonstrate satisfactory proficiency and competency within the approved standards; 

(4) Demonstrate sound judgment; and 

(5) Demonstrate single-pilot competence if the aircraft is type certificated for single-pilot operations.

(b) If an applicant does not demonstrate single pilot proficiency, as required in paragraph (a)(5) of this section, a limitation of "Second in Command Required" will be placed on the applicant´s airman certificate. The limitation may be removed if the applicant passes the appropriate practical test by demonstrating single-pilot competency in the aircraft in which single-pilot privileges are sought.

(c) If an applicant fails any area of operation, that applicant fails the practical test.

(d) An applicant is not eligible for a certificate or rating sought until all the areas of operation are passed.

(e) The examiner or the applicant may discontinue a practical test at any time:

(1) When the applicant fails one or more of the areas of operation; or 

(2) Due to inclement weather conditions, aircraft airworthiness, or any other safety-of-flight concern. 

(f) If a practical test is discontinued, the applicant is entitled credit for those areas of operation that were passed, but only if the applicant:

(1) Passes the remainder of the practical test within the 60-day period after the date the practical test was discontinued;

(2) Presents to the examiner for the retest the original notice of disapproval form or the letter of discontinuance form, as appropriate; 

(3) Satisfactorily accomplishes any additional training needed and obtains the appropriate instructor endorsements, if additional training is required; and 

(4) Presents to the examiner for the retest a properly completed and signed application.

61.45 Practical tests: Required aircraft and equipment.

(a) General. Except as provided in paragraph (a)(2) of this section or when permitted to accomplish the entire flight increment of the practical test in a flight simulator or a flight training device, an applicant for a certificate or rating issued under this part must furnish:

(1) An aircraft  of registry for each required test that :

(i) Is of the category, class, and type, if applicable, for which the applicant is applying for a certificate or rating; and 

(ii) Has a current standard, limited, or primary airworthiness certificate. 

(2) At the discretion of the examiner who administers the practical test, the applicant may furnish :

(i) An aircraft that has a current airworthiness certificate other than standard, limited, or primary, but that otherwise meets the requirement of paragraph (a)(1) of this section;

(ii) An aircraft of the same category, class, and type, if applicable, of foreign registry that is properly certificated by the country of registry; or

(iii) A military aircraft of the same category, class, and type, if applicable, for which the applicant is applying for a certificate or rating.

(b) Required equipment (other than controls).

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (b)(2) of this section, an aircraft used for a practical test must have :

(i) The equipment for each area of operation required for the practical test;

(ii) No prescribed operating limitations that prohibit its use in any of the areas of operation required for the practical test;

(iii) Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, at least two pilot stations with adequate visibility for each person to operate the aircraft safely; and

(iv) Cockpit and outside visibility adequate to evaluate the performance of the applicant when an additional jump seat is provided for the examiner 

(2) An applicant for a certificate or rating may use an aircraft with operating characteristics that preclude the applicant from performing all of the tasks required for the practical test. However, the applicant´s certificate or rating, as appropriate, will be issued with an appropriate limitation.

(c) Required controls. An aircraft (other than a lighter-than-air aircraft) used for a practical test must have engine power controls and flight controls that are easily reached and operable in a conventional manner by both pilots, unless the examiner determines that the practical test can be conducted safely in the aircraft without the controls being easily reached.

(d) Simulated instrument flight equipment. An applicant for a practical test that involves maneuvering an aircraft solely by reference to instruments must furnish:

(1) Equipment on board the aircraft that permits the applicant to pass the areas of operation that apply to the rating sought; and

(2) A device that prevents the applicant from having visual reference outside the aircraft, but does not prevent the examiner from having visual reference outside the aircraft, and is otherwise acceptable to DGCAA.

(e) Aircraft with single controls. A practical test may be conducted in an aircraft having a single set of controls, provided the:

(1) Examiner agrees to conduct the test;

(2) Test does not involve a demonstration of instrument skills; and

(3) Proficiency of the applicant can be observed by an examiner who is in a position to observe the applicant.

61.47 Status of an examiner who is authorized by DGCAA to conduct practical tests.

(a) An examiner represents DGCAA for the purpose of conducting practical tests for certificates and ratings issued under this part and to observe an applicant´s ability to perform the areas of operation on the practical test.

(b) The examiner is not the pilot in command of the aircraft during the practical test unless the examiner agrees to act in that capacity for the flight or for a portion of the flight by prior arrangement with:

(1) The applicant; or

(2) A person who would otherwise act as pilot in command of the flight or for a portion of the flight.

(c) Notwithstanding the type of aircraft used during the practical test, the applicant and the examiner (and any other occupants authorized to be on board by the examiner) are not subject to the requirements or limitations for the carriage of passengers that are specified in JCAR.

61.49 Retesting after failure.

(a) An applicant for a knowledge or practical test who fails that test may reapply for the test only after the applicant has received:

(1) The necessary training from an authorized instructor who has determined that the applicant is proficient to pass the test; and

(2) An endorsement from an authorized instructor who gave the applicant the additional training.

(b) An applicant for a flight instructor certificate with an airplane category rating or, for a flight instructor certificate with a glider category rating, who has failed the practical test due to deficiencies in instructional proficiency on stall awareness, spin entry, spins, or spin recovery must:

(1) Comply with the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section before being retested;

(2) Bring an aircraft to the retest that is of the appropriate aircraft category for the rating sought and is certificated for spins; and

(3) Demonstrate satisfactory instructional proficiency on stall awareness, spin entry, spins, and spin recovery to an examiner during the retest.

61.51    Pilot logbooks.

(a) Training time and aeronautical experience. Each person must document and record the following time in a manner acceptable to DGCAA:

(1) Training and aeronautical experience used to meet the requirements for a certificate, rating, or flight review of this part.

(2) The aeronautical experience required for meeting the recent flight experience requirements of this part.

(b) Logbook entries. For the purposes of meeting the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section, each person must enter the following information for each flight or lesson logged:

(1) General :

(i) Date.

(ii) Total flight time or lesson time.

(iii) Location where the aircraft departed and arrived, or for lessons in a flight simulator or flight training device, the location where the lesson occurred. 

(iv) Type and identification of aircraft, flight simulator, or flight training device, as appropriate.

(v) The name of a safety pilot, if required by 91.109(b) of JCAR.

(2) Type of pilot experience or training :

(i) Solo.

(ii) Pilot in command.

(iii) Second in command.

(iv) Flight and ground training received from an authorized instructor.

(v) Training received in a flight simulator or flight training device from an authorized instructor.

(3) Conditions of flight :

(i) Day or night.

(ii) Actual instrument.

(iii) Simulated instrument conditions in flight, a flight simulator, or a flight training device.

(c) Logging of pilot time. The pilot time described in this section may be used to:

(1) Apply for a certificate or rating issued under this part; or

 (2) Satisfy the recent flight experience requirements of this part.

(d) Logging of solo flight time. Except for a student pilot performing the duties of pilot in command of an airship requiring more than one pilot flight crewmember, a pilot may log as solo flight time only that flight time when the pilot is the sole occupant of the aircraft.

(e) Logging pilot-in-command flight time.

(1) A private, or commercial pilot may log pilot-in- command time only for that flight time during which that person :

(i) Is the sole manipulator of the controls of an aircraft for which the pilot is rated;

(ii) Is the sole occupant of the aircraft; or 

(iii) Except for a recreational pilot, is acting as pilot in command of an aircraft on which more than one pilot is required under the type certification of the aircraft or the regulations under which the flight is conducted.

(2) An airline transport pilot may log as pilot-in-command time all of the flight time while acting as pilot-in-command of an operation requiring an airline transport pilot certificate.

(3) An authorized instructor may log as pilot-in-command time all flight time while acting as an authorized instructor. 

(4) A student pilot may log pilot-in-command time only when the student pilot:

(i) Is the sole occupant of the aircraft or is performing the duties of pilot in command of an airship requiring more than one pilot flight crewmember;

(ii) Has a current solo flight endorsement as required under 61.87 of this part; and

(iii) Is undergoing training for a pilot certificate or rating.

(f) Logging second-in-command flight time. A person may log second-in-command time only for that flight time during which that person:

(1) Is qualified in accordance with the second-in-command requirements of 61.55 of this part, and occupies a crewmember station in an aircraft that requires more than one pilot by the aircraft´s type certificate; or

(2) Holds the appropriate category, class, and instrument rating (if an instrument rating is required for the flight) for the aircraft being flown, and more than one pilot is required under the type certification of the aircraft or the regulations under which the flight is being conducted.

(g) Logging instrument flight time.

(1) A person may log instrument time only for that flight time when the person operates the aircraft solely by reference to instruments under actual or simulated instrument flight conditions.

(2) An authorized instructor may log instrument time when conducting instrument flight instruction in actual instrument flight conditions.

(3) For the purposes of logging instrument time to meet the recent instrument experience requirements of 61.57(c) of this part, the following information must be recorded in the person´s logbook :

(i) The location and type of each instrument approach accomplished; and 

(ii) The name of the safety pilot, if required. 

(4) A flight simulator or approved flight training device may be used by a person to log instrument time, provided an authorized instructor is present during the simulated flight.

(h) Logging training time.

(1) A person may log training time when that person receives training from an authorized instructor in an aircraft, flight simulator, or flight training device.

(2) The training time must be logged in a logbook and must:

(i) Be endorsed in a legible manner by the authorized instructor; and

(ii) Include a description of the training given, the length of the training lesson, and the authorized instructor´s signature, certificate number, and certificate expiration date. 

(i) Presentation of required documents.

(1) Persons must present their pilot certificate, medical certificate, logbook, or any other record required by this part for inspection upon a reasonable request by :

(i) DGCAA; or

(ii) Any Government law enforcement officer.

(2) A student pilot must carry the following items in the aircraft on all solo cross-country flights as evidence of the required authorized instructor clearances and endorsements :

(i) Pilot logbook;

(ii) Student pilot certificate; and

(iii) Any other record required by this section.

61.53 Prohibition on operations during medical deficiency.

(a) Operations that require a medical certificate. Except as provided for in paragraph (b) of this section, a person who holds a current medical certificate issued under part 67 of JCAR shall not act as pilot in command, or in any other capacity as a required pilot flight crewmember, while that person:

(1) Knows or has reason to know of any medical condition that would make the person unable to meet the requirements for the medical certificate necessary for the pilot operation; or 

(2) Is taking medication or receiving other treatment for a medical condition that results in the person being unable to meet the requirements for the medical certificate necessary for the pilot operation.

(b) Operations that do not require a medical certificate. For operations provided for in 61.23(b) of this part, a person shall not act as pilot in command, or in any other capacity as a required pilot flight crewmember, while that person knows or has reason to know of any medical condition that would make the person unable to operate the aircraft in a safe manner.

61.55 Second-in-command qualifications.

(a) Except as provided in paragraph (d) of this section, no person may serve as a second in command of an aircraft type certificated for more than one required pilot flight crewmember or in operations requiring a second in command unless that person holds:

(1) At least a current private pilot certificate with the appropriate category and class rating; and

(2) An instrument rating that applies to the aircraft being flown if the flight is under IFR.

(b) Except as provided in paragraph (d) of this section, no person may serve as a second in command of an aircraft type certificated for more than one required pilot flight crewmember or in operations requiring a second in command unless that person has within the previous 12 calendar months:

(1) Become familiar with the following information for the specific type aircraft for which second-in-command privileges are requested : 

(i) Operational procedures applicable to the powerplant, equipment, and systems. 

(ii) Performance specifications and limitations. 

(iii) Normal , abnormal, and emergency operating procedures.

 (iv) Flight manual.

 (v) Placards and markings. 

(2) Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, performed and logged pilot time in the type of aircraft or in a flight simulator that represents the type of aircraft for which second-in-command privileges are requested, which includes : 

(i) Three takeoffs and three landings to a full stop as the sole manipulator of the flight controls; 

(ii) Engine-out procedures and maneuvering with an engine out while executing the duties of pilot in command; and 

(iii) Crew resource management training. 

(c) If a person complies with the requirements in paragraph (b) of this section in the calendar month before or the calendar month after the month in which compliance with this section is required, then that person is considered to have accomplished the training and practice in the month it is due.

(d) This section does not apply to a person who is:

(1) Designated and qualified as a pilot in command under part 121, 125, or 135 of  JCAR in that specific type of aircraft; 

(2) Designated as the second in command under part 121, 125, or 135 of JCAR, in that specific type of aircraft; 

(3) Designated as the second in command in that specific type of aircraft for the purpose of receiving flight training required by this section, and no passengers or cargo are carried on the aircraft; or 

(4) Designated as a safety pilot for purposes required by 91.109(b) of JCAR.

(e) The holder of a commercial or airline transport pilot certificate with the appropriate category and class rating is not required to meet the requirements of paragraph (b)(2) of this section, provided the pilot:

(1) Is conducting a ferry flight, aircraft flight test, or evaluation flight of an aircraft´s equipment; and 

(2) Is not carrying any person or property on board the aircraft, other than necessary for conduct of the flight. 

(f) For the purpose of meeting the requirements of paragraph (b) of this section, a person may serve as second in command in that specific type aircraft, provided:

(1) The flight is conducted under day VFR or day IFR; and 

(2) No person or property is carried on board the aircraft, other than necessary for conduct of the flight.

(g) Except as provided in paragraph (h) of this section, the requirements of paragraph (b) of this section may be accomplished in a flight simulator that is used in accordance with an approved course conducted by a training center certificated under part 142 of JCAR.

(h) An applicant for an initial second-in-command qualification for a particular type of aircraft who is qualifying under the terms of paragraph (g) of this section must satisfactorily complete a minimum of one takeoff and one landing in an aircraft of the same type for which the qualification is sought.

61.56 Flight review.

(a) Except as provided in paragraphs (b) and (f) of this section, a flight review consists of a minimum of 1 hour of flight training and 1 hour of ground training. The review must include: 

(1) A review of the current general operating and flight rules of part 91 of JCAR; and

(2) A review of those maneuvers and procedures that, at the discretion of the person giving the review, are necessary for the pilot to demonstrate the safe exercise of the privileges of the pilot certificate.

(b) Glider pilots may substitute a minimum of three instructional flights in a glider, each of which includes a flight to traffic pattern altitude, in lieu of the 1 hour of flight training required in paragraph (a) of this section.

(c) Except as provided in paragraphs (d), (e), and (g) of this section, no person may act as pilot in command of an aircraft unless, since the beginning of the 24th calendar month before the month in which that pilot acts as pilot in command, that person has :

(1) Accomplished a flight review given in an aircraft for which that pilot is rated by an authorized instructor and 

(2) A logbook endorsed from an authorized instructor who gave the review certifying that the person has satisfactorily completed the review.

(d) A person who has, within the period specified in paragraph (c) of this section, passed a pilot proficiency check conducted by an examiner, an approved pilot check airman, or a Jordanian Air Force, for a pilot certificate, rating, or operating privilege need not accomplish the flight review required by this section.

(e) A person who has, within the period specified in paragraph (c) of this section, satisfactorily accomplished one or more phases of a CAA-sponsored pilot proficiency award program need not accomplish the flight review required by this section.

(f) A person who holds a current flight instructor certificate who has, within the period specified in paragraph (c) of this section, satisfactorily completed a renewal of a flight instructor certificate under the provisions in 61.197 need not accomplish the 1 hour of ground training specified in paragraph (a) of this section.

(g) A student pilot need not accomplish the flight review required by this section provided the student pilot is undergoing training for a certificate and has a current solo flight endorsement as required under 61.87 of this part.

(h) The requirements of this section may be accomplished in combination with the requirements of 61.57 and other applicable recent experience requirements at the discretion of the authorized instructor conducting the flight review.

(i) A flight simulator or flight training device may be used to meet the flight review requirements of this section subject to the following conditions:

(1) The flight simulator or flight training device must be used in accordance with an approved course conducted by a training center certificated under part 142 of JCAR. 

(2) Unless the flight review is undertaken in a flight simulator that is approved for landings, the applicant must meet the takeoff and landing requirements of 61.57(a) or 61.57(b) of this part.

(3) The flight simulator or flight training device used must represent an aircraft or set of aircraft for which the pilot is rated.

61.57 Recent flight experience: Pilot in command.

(a) General experience.

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, no person may act as a pilot in command of an aircraft carrying passengers or of an aircraft certificated for more than one pilot flight crewmember unless that person has made at least three takeoffs and three landings within the preceding 90 days, and :

(i) The person acted as the sole manipulator of the flight controls; and 

(ii) The required takeoffs and landings were performed in an aircraft of the same category, class, and type (if a type rating is required), and, if the aircraft to be flown is an airplane with a tailwheel, the takeoffs and landings must have been made to a full stop in an airplane with a tailwheel.

(2) For the purpose of meeting the requirements of paragraph (a)(1) of this section, a person may act as a pilot in command of an aircraft under day VFR or day IFR, provided no persons or property are carried on board the aircraft, other than those necessary for the conduct of the flight.

(3) The takeoffs and landings required by paragraph (a)(1) of this section may be accomplished in a flight simulator or flight training device that is :

(i) Approved by DGCAA for landings; and 

(ii) Used in accordance with an approved course conducted by a training center certificated under part 142 of JCAR.

(b) Night takeoff and landing experience.

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, no person may act as pilot in command of an aircraft carrying passengers during the period beginning 1 hour after sunset and ending 1 hour before sunrise, unless within the preceding 90 days that person has made at least three takeoffs and three landings to a full stop during the period beginning 1 hour after sunset and ending 1 hour before sunrise, and :

(i) That person acted as sole manipulator of the flight controls; and 

(ii) The required takeoffs and landings were performed in an aircraft of the same category, class, and type (if a type rating is required).

(2) The takeoffs and landings required by paragraph (b)(1) of this section may be accomplished in a flight simulator that is : 

(i) Approved by DGCAA for takeoffs and landings, if the visual system is adjusted to represent the period described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section; and

(ii) Used in accordance with an approved course conducted by a training center certificated under part 142 of JCAR.

(c) Instrument experience. Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, no person may act as pilot in command under IFR or in weather conditions less than the minimums prescribed for VFR, unless within the preceding 6 calendar months, that person has:

(1) For the purpose of obtaining instrument experience in an aircraft (other than a glider), performed and logged under actual or simulated instrument conditions, either in flight in the appropriate category of aircraft for the instrument privileges sought or in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of the aircraft category for the instrument privileges sought :

(i) At least six instrument approaches;

(ii) Holding procedures; and

(iii) Intercepting and tracking courses through the use of navigation systems.

(2) For the purpose of obtaining instrument experience in a glider, performed and logged under actual or simulated instrument conditions :

(i) At least 3 hours of instrument time in flight, of which 1 1/2 hours may be acquired in an airplane or a glider if no passengers are to be carried; or 

(ii) 3 hours of instrument time in flight in a glider if a passenger is to be carried.

(d) Instrument proficiency check. Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, a person who does not meet the instrument experience requirements of paragraph (c) of this section within the prescribed time, or within 6 calendar months after the prescribed time, may not serve as pilot in command under IFR or in weather conditions less than the minimums prescribed for VFR until that person passes an instrument proficiency check consisting of a representative number of tasks required by the instrument rating practical test.

(1) The instrument proficiency check must be :

(i) In an aircraft that is appropriate to the aircraft category;

(ii) For other than a glider, in a flight simulator or flight training device that is representative of the aircraft category; or

(iii) For a glider, in a single-engine airplane or a glider.

(2) The instrument proficiency check must be given by :

(i) An examiner;

(ii) A person authorized by Jordanian Air Force to conduct instrument flight tests, provided the person being tested is a member of Jordanian Air Force; 

(iii) A company check pilot who is authorized to conduct instrument flight tests under part 121, 125, or 135 of JCAR, and provided that both the check pilot and the pilot being tested are employees of that operator; 

(iv) An authorized instructor; or 

(v) A person approved by DGCAA to conduct instrument practical tests.

(e) Exceptions.

(1) Paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section do not apply to a pilot in command who is employed by a certificate holder under part 125 and engaged in a flight operation for that certificate holder if the pilot is in compliance with 125.281 and 125.285 of JCAR. 

(2) This section does not apply to a pilot in command who is employed by an air carrier certificated under part 121 or 135 and is engaged in a flight operation under part 91, 121, or 135 for that air carrier if the pilot is in compliance with 121.437 and 121.439, or 135.243 and 135.247 of JCAR, as appropriate.

(3) Paragraph (b) of this section does not apply to a pilot in command who operates more than one type of an airplane that is type certificated for more than one pilot flight crewmember, provided the pilot :

(i) Holds at least a commercial pilot certificate with the appropriate type rating for each airplane that the pilot seeks to operate under this alternative; 

(ii) Has logged at least 1500 hours total time as a pilot; 

(iii) Has accomplished at least 15 hours of flight time in the type of airplane that the pilot seeks to operate under this alternative within the preceding 90 days prior to the operation of that airplane; and 

(iv) Has accomplished : 

(A) At least three takeoffs and three landings to a full stop, during the period beginning 1 hour after sunset and ending 1 hour before sunrise as the sole manipulator of the flight controls in at least one of the types of airplanes that the pilot seeks to operate under this alternative, within the preceding 90 days prior to the operation of any of the types of airplanes that the pilot seeks to operate under this alternative; or 

(B) Completion of an approved training program under part 142 of JCAR within the preceding 12 calendar months prior to the month of the flight, which requires the performance of at least 6 takeoffs and 6 landings to a full stop as the sole manipulator of the controls in a flight simulator that is representative of at least one of the types of airplanes that the pilot seeks to operate under this alternative, and the flight simulator´s visual system was adjusted to represent the period beginning 1 hour after sunset and ending 1 hour before sunrise.

61.58 Pilot-in-command proficiency check: Operation of aircraft requiring more than one pilot flight crewmember.

(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, to serve as pilot in command of an aircraft that is type certificated for more than one required pilot flight crewmember, a person must :

(1) Within the preceding 12 calendar months, complete a pilot-in-command proficiency check in an aircraft that is type certificated for more than one required pilot flight crewmember; and

(2) Within the preceding 24 calendar months, complete a pilot-in-command proficiency check in the particular type of aircraft in which that person will serve as pilot in command.

(b) This section does not apply to persons conducting operations under part 121, 125, 133,  or 135, of JCAR.

(c) The pilot-in-command proficiency check given in accordance with the provisions of part 121, 125, or 135 of JCAR may be used to satisfy the requirements of this section.

(d) The pilot-in-command proficiency check required by paragraph (a) of this section may be accomplished by satisfactory completion of one of the following:

(1) A pilot-in-command proficiency check conducted by a person authorized by DGCAA, consisting of the maneuvers and procedures required for a type rating, in an aircraft type certificated for more than one required pilot flight crewmember; 

(2) The practical test required for a type rating, in an aircraft type certificated for more than one required pilot flight crewmember; 

(3) The initial or periodic practical test required for the issuance of a pilot examiner or check airman designation, in an aircraft type certificated for more than one required pilot flight crewmember; or 

(4) A military flight check required for a pilot in command with instrument privileges, in an aircraft that the military requires to be operated by more than one pilot flight crewmember. 

(e) A check or test described in paragraphs (d)(1) through (d)(4) of this section may be accomplished in a flight simulator under part 142 of JCAR, subject to the following: 

(1) Except as provided for in paragraphs (e)(2) and (e)(3) of this section, if an otherwise qualified and approved flight simulator used for a pilot-in-command proficiency check is not qualified and approved for a specific required maneuver : 

(i) The training center must annotate, in the applicant´s training record, the maneuver or maneuvers omitted; and 

(ii) Prior to acting as pilot in command, the pilot must demonstrate proficiency in each omitted maneuver in an aircraft or flight simulator qualified and approved for each omitted maneuver.

(2) If the flight simulator used pursuant to paragraph (e) of this section is not qualified and approved for circling approaches : 

(i) The applicant´s record must include the statement, "Proficiency in circling approaches not demonstrated"; and 

(ii) The applicant may not perform circling approaches as pilot in command when weather conditions are less than the basic VFR conditions described in 91.155 of JCAR, until proficiency in circling approaches has been successfully demonstrated in a flight simulator qualified and approved for circling approaches or in an aircraft to a person authorized by DGCAA to conduct the check required by this section.

(3) If the flight simulator used pursuant to paragraph (e) of this section is not qualified and approved for landings, the applicant must :

(i) Hold a type rating in the airplane represented by the simulator; and 

(ii) Have completed within the preceding 90 days at least three takeoffs and three landings (one to a full stop) as the sole manipulator of the flight controls in the type airplane for which the pilot-in-command proficiency check is sought.

(f) For the purpose of meeting the pilot-in-command proficiency check requirements of paragraph (a) of this section, a person may act as pilot in command of a flight under day VFR conditions or day IFR conditions if no person or property is carried, other than as necessary to demonstrate compliance with this part.

(g) If a pilot takes the pilot-in-command proficiency check required by this section in the calendar month before or the calendar month after the month in which it is due, the pilot is considered to have taken it in the month in which it was due for the purpose of computing when the next pilot-in-command proficiency check is due.

 

61.59 Falsification, reproduction, or alteration of applications, certificates, logbooks, reports, or records.

(a) No person may make or cause to be made: 

(1) Any fraudulent or intentionally false statement on any application for a certificate, rating, authorization, or duplicate thereof, issued under this part; 

(2) Any fraudulent or intentionally false entry in any logbook, record, or report that is required to be kept, made, or used to show compliance with any requirement for the issuance or exercise of the privileges of any certificate, rating, or authorization under this part; 

(3) Any reproduction for fraudulent purpose of any certificate, rating, or authorization, under this part; or 

(4) Any alteration of any certificate, rating, or authorization under this part.

(b) The commission of an act prohibited under paragraph (a) of this section is a basis for suspending or revoking any airman certificate, rating, or authorization held by that person.

61.60 Change of address.

The holder of a pilot, flight instructor, or ground instructor certificate who has made a change in permanent mailing address may not, after 30 days from that date, exercise the privileges of the certificate unless the holder has notified in writing the CAA, of the new permanent mailing address, or if the permanent mailing address includes a post office box number, then the holder´s current residential address.

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