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61-137 AFS-800 Approval of Manufacturers Required Training Programs (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 09-15-2011 09-26-2008
61-136 AFS-800 FAA Approval of Basic Aviation Training Devices (BATD) and Advanced Aviation Training Devices (AATD) (Cancelled)

This advisory circular (AC) provides information and guidance for Aviation Training Device (ATD) manufacturers seeking Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval of basic aviation training devices (BATD) or advanced aviation training devices (AATD) under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 61, § 61.4(c). This AC also provides information and guidance for those persons who intend to use a BATD or AATD for activities involving pilot training or certification, other than for aircraft type specific training or for an aircraft type rating. The FAA will determine and approve appropriate uses for an ATD.

Date Cancelled: 11-17-2014
07-14-2008
61-135 AFS-810 Conversion Procedures and Processes for FAA Pilot Certificates and TCCA Pilot Licenses (Cancelled)

 

 

 

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is issuing this advisory circular (AC) to announce the establishment of new pilot licensing/certification conversion procedures for Canadian pilot license holders and United States pilot certificate holders.

Date Cancelled: 05-15-2015
12-05-2006
61-132 AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: FAA-S-8081-23, Commercial Pilot Practical Test Standards for Glider (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-28-2005 04-26-1999
61-131 AFS-630 Annoucement of Availability: FAA-S-8081-22, Private Pilot Practical Test Standards for Gliders (Cancelled) 04-26-1999
61-130 AFS-630 Flight Instructor Practical Test Standards for Glider (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-28-2005 07-19-1999
61-129 AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: FAA-S-8081-20, Airline Transport Pilot Aircraft Type Rating PTS for Helicopter (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-28-2005 08-12-1998
61-128 AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: FAA-S-8081-6A, Flight Instructor Practical Test Standards for Airplane (Single-Engine and Multiengine) - with Change 1 (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-28-2005 04-05-1999
61-127A AFS-630 ANNOUNCEMENT OF CANCELLATION: FAA-S-8081-19, Recreational Pilot Powered Parachute Practical Test Standard (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-28-2005 05-09-2001
61-127 AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: FAA-S-8081-19, Recreational Pilot Powered Parachute Practical Test Standard (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 05-09-2001 06-02-1997
61-125 AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: Commercial Pilot Practical Test Standards: FAA-S-8081-18 and FAA-S-8081-12A (Cancelled) 04-30-1997
61-124 AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: FAA-S-SOS 1-17, Private Pilot Practical Test Standards for Lighter-Than-Air (Balloon/Airship) (Cancelled) 05-15-1996
61-123 AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: Practical Test Standards (Rotorcraft); FAA-S-8081-7A, FAA-S-8081-15, and FAA-S-8081-16 (Cancelled) 03-05-1996
61-122D AFS-630 ANNOUNCEMENT OF AVAILABILITY: FAA-S-8081-5D, Airline Transport Pilot and Aircraft Type Rating Practical Test Standards for Airplane (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-28-2005 02-09-2001
61-122C AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: FAA-S-8081-5C, Airline Transport Pilot and Aircraft Type Rating Practical Test Standards for Airplane - with Change 1 (Cancelled) 03-01-1999
61-121 AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: FAA-S-8081-10A, Aircraft Dispatcher Practical Test Standards (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-24-2005 05-10-1995
61-118A AFS-630 Announcement of Availability: FAA-S-8081-14, Private Pilot Practical Test Standards (Airplane) (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-28-2005 03-01-1999
61-111A AFS-630 Announcement of Availability Instrument Rating Practical Test Standards (PTS) for Airplane, Helicopter, Power Lift (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 04-28-2005 04-01-2004
61-107A AFS-820 Operations of Aircraft at Altitudes Above 25,000 feet MSL and/or Mach Numbers (Mmo) Greater than. 75 (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 03-29-2013 01-02-2003
61-107 AFS-820 Operations of Aircraft at Altitudes Above 25,000 Feet MSL and/or MACH numbers (M sub mo) Greater than .75 (Cancelled) Date Cancelled: 01-02-2003
Cancelled By: 61-107A
01-23-1991
61-103 AFS-840 Announcement of Availability: Industry-Developed Transition Training Guidelines for High Performance Aircraft (Cancelled)

Alerts pilots transitioning to complex, high-performance aircraft which are capable of operating at high altitudes and high airspeeds of the need to be knowledgeable of the special physiological and aerodynamic considerations involved within this realm of operations.

Date Cancelled: 05-21-2015
05-23-1989
61-98A AFS-840 Currency and Additional Qualification Requirements for Certificated Pilots (Cancelled)

Provides information for certificated pilots and flight instructors to use in complying with flight review required by FAR Section 61.56, the recent flight experience requirements of FAR Section 61.57, and the general limitations contained in FAR Section 61.31(d), (e), and (g). It also provides guidance regarding transition to other makes and models of aircraft.

Date Cancelled: 04-30-2012
03-26-1991
61-91H AFS-800 Pilot Proficiency Award Program (Cancelled)

Expands the Pilot Proficiency Award Program to 20 phases and makes special provision for seaplane-rated pilots to obtain “seawings.”

Date Cancelled: 02-16-2011
04-26-1996
61-84B AFS-840 Role of Preflight Preparation (Cancelled)

Modifies and updates the flight information available to pilots as a result of changes in the basic Airmen Information Manual format.

Date Cancelled: 05-21-2015
03-18-1985
61-83G AFS-800 Nationally Scheduled FAA-Approved Industry-Conducted Flight Instructor Refresher Course (Cancelled)

This advisory circular (AC) provides information for the preparation and approval of training course outlines (TCO) for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-approved, industry-conducted flight instructor refresher courses (FIRC) in accordance with Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 61, § 61.197(a)(2)(iii). The FIRC is intended to keep flight instructors informed of the changing world of General Aviation (GA) flight training, and to enhance aviation safety through continued refresher training of the flight instructor cadre. It is one of several methods by which a flight instructor may renew his or her flight instructor certificate. Adherence to this AC provides one acceptable method by which the FAA may approve the FIRC program. Effective August 4, 1997, the holder of a pilot school certificate issued under 14 CFR part 141 may also obtain approval to provide a FIRC program under the authority of part 141 appendix K, paragraph 11. The holder of a part 141 pilot school certificate that desires to offer a FIRC program under their Air Agency Certificate should refer to this AC, which may be helpful as guidance in developing the TCO for FAA approval.

Date Cancelled: 08-04-2015
09-30-2011

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