It has never been legal to use Experimental Amatuer Built for hire in a flight school.Ok, on the surface it looks like i am dead, i have the EAB Challenger 2 long wing. Experimental Amateur Built.
I could not afford the 30,000 + dollar factory built model, to ensure 100% ability to train legally.
According to that letter from the FAA, even the operating instructions won't make a difference. There has to be a Letter of Deviation Authority (LODA) in all circumstances. EAA, AOPA and a bunch of other organizations sent a letter to the FAA protesting the interpretation in that FAA letter. It's interesting reading.Operating instructions take precedence. What does the sentence say word for word?...
As I understand it, the key issue has always been money changing hands, so I don’t see how this would affect you teaching your daughter for free.EAA, AOPA and a bunch of other organizations sent a letter to the FAA protesting the interpretation in that FAA letter. It's interesting reading.
When I finish my airplane, as a current CFI and owner of the aircraft, could I legally train my daughter in it to earn her PPL? I'm not getting any compensation for it, in fact it would cost me money.
If you have a LODA, which apparently have expiration dates. That's part of the FAA letter that EAA, AOPA and others are protesting. The FSDOs are going to be flooded with LODA requests. And since they expire, additional requests later. I think this qualifies under the law of unintended consequences. The guys at the FAA who wrote that letter probably had little or no idea what a can of worms they were opening.Transition training is allowed for certificated Sport or Private pilots...
When did that happen? The updated op lims for my Hatz (2019) have no prohibition of student solo.Transition training is allowed for certificated Sport or Private pilots. But not primary training involving student solo because student solo is prohibited in the operating limitations of the newer E-AB aircraft.