CNATRAINST 1542.91G CH-1
31 AUG 2006
Special Instructions and Restrictions
Flight Hour/Event Requirements and Restrictions
(1) Programmed Hours and Events. Syllabus-programmed
flight hours are listed on pages ix-x. Event lengths, SXX86,
87, 88, and 89 events will cause variation. Accomplish all
(2) Minimum Night Hours.
5.0 hours by G1001.
(3) Maximum Daily IUT Activities (Aircraft, Simulator, or
Academic). IUTs shall not exceed two graded activities during
one duty day. An exception is made for IUTs completing cross-
country navigation flights. For airways and day/night
navigation events, IUTs may complete three graded activities but
must 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.
(4) Minimum IUT Turn-Times. One hour is required between
debriefing of a dual event and the brief for a follow-on event
or simulator event. This does not apply to out-and-in, cross-
country, or hot-seat profiles. However, the SI shall ensure
adequate debrief and brief time is allocated.
(5) Crew Day. The period from the beginning of the IUT'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. Maximum IUT
crew day for cross-country flights is 12 hours provided total
flight time for SIs does not exceed 8 hours and IUT flight time
does not exceed 6.5 hours.
(6) 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
IUTs. After six consecutive scheduled days, IUTs shall receive
one day off.
(7) Pre-Maneuver Requirements. The IUT shall not perform
a maneuver for the first time until the SI discusses, briefs, or
demonstrates the maneuver, unless previous training adequately
fulfills this role.