Repeated Flight Test Item
- Flight Test Guide - Instrument Rating
- Admission to Flight Test Initial
- Admission to a Partial Flight Test
- Admission to a Complete Re-test
- Admission to Flight Test - Renewal
- Aeroplane and Equipment Requirements
- Flight Test
- Repeated Flight Test Item
- Incomplete Flight Test
- Failure of a Flight Test
- Partial Flight Test
- Complete Re-test
- Instrument Rating Groups
- Validity Periods
- Pre-test Briefing
- Flight Management
- Flight Test Results
- Assessment of Flight Test Performance
- Stable approach
- 4-Point Marking Scale
- Constant Descent Final Approach (CDFA)
Flight Test Items
- Pre Flight
- IFR Operational Knowledge (Ground Item)
- Air Traffic Control Clearances
- Missed Approach
- Transition to Landing
- Emergency Procedures
- RECOMMENDATION FOR INITIAL FLIGHT TEST
- RECOMMENDATION FOR PARTIAL FLIGHT TEST
A flight test item or manoeuvre will not be repeated unless one of the following conditions applies:
Discontinuance: Discontinuance of a manoeuvre for valid safety reasons; i.e., a go-around or other procedure necessary to modify the originally planned manoeuvre.
Collision Avoidance: Examiner intervention on the flight controls to avoid another aircraft, which the candidate could not have seen due to position or other factors.
Misunderstood Requests: Legitimate instances when candidates did not understand an examiner's request to perform a specific manoeuvre. A candidate's failure to understand the nature of a specified manoeuvre being requested does not justify repeating an item or manoeuvre.
Other Factors: Any condition under which the examiner was distracted to the point that he or she could not adequately observe the candidate's performance of the manoeuvre (radio calls, traffic, etc.).
Note: These provisions have been made in the interest of fairness and do not mean that instruction, practice or the repeating of an item or manoeuvre already unacceptably demonstrated is permitted during the flight test evaluation process.
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