What limitations are imposed on solo flights as a student pilot?
That is carrying property for compensation or hire. For compensation or hire. With a flight or surface visibility of less than 3 statute miles during daylight hours or 5 statute miles at night. When the flight cannot be made with visual reference to the surface.
What are my limitations as a student pilot?
Passengers:Students are allowed to fly solo only. No passengers are allowed in the aircraft, except when with your instructor. For Hire: Student pilots on solo are also not allowed to fly for hire, carry passengers or property for hire or to fly in futherance of a business.
What are the additional limitations on your solo endorsement?
For the most part, solo flight endorsements are not valid beyond 90 days and solo cross-country endorsements are generally valid only after an instructor has checked the student’s preparation for the particular flight and reviewed the current and forecast weather conditions for the time of the flight, necessarily …
What do you need to solo as a student pilot?
When flying solo, you must have a number of documents with you while flying:
- Student Pilot certificate.
- Government issued photo ID.
- Current solo endorsement.
- If pursuing the Private license. A current third-class medical.
- If you are on a solo cross-country flight (more than 25NM from the starting point)
Can student pilot fly solo at night?
A student pilot may not operate an aircraft in solo flight at night unless that student pilot has received: (1) Flight training at night on night flying procedures that includes takeoffs, approaches, landings, and go-arounds at night at the airport where the solo flight will be conducted; (2) Navigation training at …
Can student pilots land at other airports?
As long as your student has a basic make and model solo endorsement issued within the preceding 90 days, they can use this endorsement. The FAA does specify in FAR 61.93 that the flights need to be for training purposes – practicing takeoffs and landings.
Can a student pilot fly formation?
Yes. Formation flying, with mutual consent of the pilots, can be conducted essentially anywhere. And, with one exception, it’s perfectly legal to fly formation without any training whatsoever. The one exception is flying formation at a fly-in or airshow where the FAA has granted an airspace waiver.
Do you need your logbook in your possession when you fly solo?
All solo endorsements are placed in the student logbook and are no longer required to be on the student pilot certificate.