ORS4 No.1087: 90-Day Rule for Private Pilots

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Reference:ORS4 No.1087
Title:90-Day Rule for Private Pilots
Description:Allows some private pilots who are outside their 90-day currency period the option to carry a passenger (who is a suitably qualified pilot) on a flight to renew their currency.
Status:Withdrawn on 25 August 2016
Review Comment:Incorporated into Air Navigation Order 2016
Version:1
Date:13 February 2015
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