Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2020

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2020

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The callsign suggests a training flight.

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Re: Anomalies in BRU-ANR-CRL-LGG-OST in 2020

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sdbelgium wrote: 19 Nov 2020, 13:17 The callsign suggests a training flight.
Maybe a flight for the pilots to have enough flying hours to keep their licence valid...?

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Airline pilots don’t need hours to keep their licence valid, as PPL pilots do. They do need landings in the aircraft (or sim) though: the so-called 3-in-90 rule. At least three landings in the last running 90 days.


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sdbelgium wrote: 19 Nov 2020, 23:04 Airline pilots don’t need hours to keep their licence valid, as PPL pilots do. They do need landings in the aircraft (or sim) though: the so-called 3-in-90 rule. At least three landings in the last running 90 days.
Indeed, an article in English: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/tui- ... s-airport/

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This is what we call in Dutch: een scheet in een fles. These people should get a life.

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