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Old 06-29-2018, 12:37 PM
patmiller patmiller is offline
 
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Default RV-12 as a technically advanced aircraft

Sure looks like I can use my -12 for commercial and CFI training... Dynon Skyview seems like it meets the FAA's definition of PFD/MFD

The new rule offers an alternative to meet the previously required 10-hours of complex aircraft training to be met by “any combination of turbine-powered, complex, OR technically advanced aircraft” (TAA). A TAA aircraft is defined as an aircraft that has “an electric Primary Flight Display (PFD) that includes at a minimum, an airspeed indicator, turn coordinator, attitude indicator, heading indicator, altimeter, and vertical speed indicator and an electronic Multifunction Display (MFD) that includes at a minimum, a moving map using Global Positioning System (GPS) navigation with the aircraft position displayed, and a two-axis autopilot integrated with the navigation and heading guidance system.”
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Old 06-29-2018, 04:01 PM
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Yeah... I have to question whether their definition lives up to Technically Advanced. Maybe it should have been designated as “Modern / commonly found in new GA aircraft”.
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Old 06-29-2018, 05:40 PM
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Always fun to speculate on English words that are strung together and no longer have English meaning (as in FAA docs).

The quote does say, 'combination of'...

So, turbine+complex? Turbine alone? Complex alone? Complex+technically advanced? Technically advanced alone? Turbine+technically advanced?
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Old 06-29-2018, 09:36 PM
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Any combination of OR ....
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