12 FEB 2004
Special Instructions and Restrictions
a. Flight Hour/Event Requirements and Restrictions
(1) Programmed Hours and Events. Syllabus-programmed
flight hours are listed on pages x xi. Sortie lengths, SXX86,
87, 88, and 89 sorties will cause variation. Accomplish all
(2) Minimum Night Hours.
(3) Minimum Solo Hours. At least 80 percent of the H/X
for each solo event must be logged to count the sortie complete.
(4) Maximum Daily Student Activities (Aircraft,
Simulator, or Academic). Students shall not exceed two graded
activities during one duty day. An exception is made for
students completing cross-country navigation flights. For
airways and day/night navigation events, students may complete
three graded activities and not exceed 6.5 flight hours. These
events may be completed in a round robin cross-country event
that originates and terminates after three legs at the same
field. For student solo navigation events, each student is
limited to two graded events and two observer events allowing a
total of four legs not to exceed 6.5 hours of total flight time.
(5) Minimum Student Turn-Times. The student must have
at least 30 minutes between debriefing one sortie and briefing a
follow-on solo sortie. One hour is required between debriefing
of a dual sortie and the brief for a follow-on dual sortie or
simulator event. This does not apply to out-and-in or cross-
country profiles. However, the instructor shall ensure adequate
debrief and brief time is allocated.
(6) Crew Day. The period from the beginning of the
student's first event or official duty of the day until the
completion of the last event of the day, including associated
debrief and paperwork. Crew day shall not exceed 12 hours.
(7) Crew Rest. The period from the end of one crew day
until the start of the next shall be no less than 12 hours for
students. After six consecutive scheduled days, students shall
receive one day off.