AAIB Report, DR400 at Rochester
Mon Jul 17, 2017 8:53 am
In this recent report
...the AAIB states:
A pilot of a single crew aircraft who flies alone or with passengers is responsible for the safe conduct of the flight and logs the time as PIC. However, when accompanied by an FI, exercising the privileges of an FI certificate, a pilot logs ‘dual instruction time’. The exception to this is when the FI does not influence or control the aircraft’s flight and only observes the other pilot, allowing the FI to certify the pilot’s log book to state they acted as ‘student pilot-in-command (SPIC)’ or as ‘pilot-in-command under supervision’.
Is the last sentence actually correct? (I understood that this only applied to flight examiners...)
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