In last Friday’s AVsavvy question, we showed you a flight schedule and some airport information and asked you to find the error.
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Answer 1. A landing permit isn’t needed as this is a private non-revenue flight
Incorrect. A landing permit is required for all aircraft traveling to Mexico
Answer 2. Multiple stops in the country isn’t permitted as this is a charter flight
Incorrect. This is a private non-revenue flight and multiple stops are permitted.
Answer 3. The aircraft can’t operate the flight as the co-pilot isn’t type-rated in the aircraft
Correct. Mexican regulations state that both the pilot and co-pilot must be type-rated in the aircraft being flown.
Answer 4. There are no issues with this flight
Incorrect. Mexican regulations state that both the pilot and co-pilot must be type-rated in the aircraft being flown.
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