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General Administration of Sports & Development and Reform Commission: Promote aviation sports as a new consumption hotspot, and actively promote the construction of aviation flight camps

Recently, the General Administration of Sports and the National Development and Reform Commission issued the Action Plan to Further Promote Sports Consumption (2019-2020) (hereinafter referred to as the "Plan"). The plan clearly stated: Vigorously develop fitness and leisure consumption and focus on supporting consumption-leading fitness and leisure projects Develop and promote the detailed implementation of industrial development plans for sports events such as water sports, mountain outdoor, aviation sports, auto and motorcycle sports, marathons, bicycles, and fencing, forming new sports consumption hotspots.
2019-01-16
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[AOPA drone] 38 ways drones affect the world: gradually changing everything from food delivery to space exploration

Research organization CBInsights has released 38 ways to use drone technology. From military, commercial to civilian use, this new technology can play an important role, ranging from food delivery to military defense and weather forecasting and disease control. With the continuous improvement of drone technology, it can replace many of the most dangerous and highest-paying jobs in the commercial field, and the time is ripe. This safe, cost-effective solution has a wide range of uses, from data collection to delivery and transportation. With improvements in autonomy and collision avoidance technology, drones are also improving their ability to perform increasingly complex tasks.
2019-01-29
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The Civil Aviation Administration issued the "General Aviation Pilot License and Training Management" (full text)! Clarify the license management and training management of general aviation pilots

In order to further clarify the license management and training management of general aviation pilots, the Civil Aviation Administration recently issued the "General Aviation Pilot License and Training Management." This advisory circular is an explanation of the relevant provisions of the "Civil Aircraft Pilot Certification Rules" (CCAR-61) and the "General Operation and Flight Rules" (CCAR-91). It is applicable to operations in accordance with CCAR-91 (hereinafter referred to as General aviation) flight crew license and training management. "General Aviation Pilot License and Training Management" Full Text 1. Purpose In order to further clarify the license management and training management of general aviation pilots, this advisory notice is hereby issued. This advisory circular is an explanation of the relevant provisions of the "Civil Aircraft Pilot Certification Rules" (CCAR-61) and the "General Operation and Flight Rules" (CCAR-91). 2 Scope of application This advisory circular applies to the license and training management of pilots operating in accordance with CCAR-91 (hereinafter referred to as general aviation). 3 Implementation of training 3.1 Commercial operators engaged in flight training for general aviation flight personnel shall pass the operation certification required by CCAR-91 regulations and meet the relevant flight training qualification requirements for commercial non-transport operators. Among them, training flights for sports pilot licenses and private pilot licenses do not need to apply. 3.2 The flight instructor who provides the following training should hold a civil aircraft pilot license with the corresponding flight instructor level issued in accordance with CCAR-61: A. In order to obtain sports, private, commercial and airline transportation pilot licenses or increase the category level, level level and instrument level training; B. Training to obtain the level of flight instructor; C. Training to obtain aircraft type rating; D. Provide complex aircraft training, night flight training, training required by pressurized aircraft operating at high altitudes, and towing glider training; E. Training carried out in accordance with the "Explanation on Particular Helicopter Training and Experience Requirements" (AC-61-18). 3.3 Pilots who provide the following training do not need to have a flight instructor level, but they must hold a commercial pilot license or airline transport pilot license, and serve as captain for more than 50 hours in similar operations: A. Agricultural and forestry wine spraying operation training; B. External load operation training of rotorcraft; C. Three-point aircraft training after driving. 3.4 Pilots who provide the following training do not need to have a flight instructor level: A. Transformation training that does not involve increasing licenses or levels, such as the conversion of a multi-engine land aircraft commercial pilot license to Y-12 or a helicopter commercial pilot license to S-300C model training, etc.; B. Training for various operations outside the scope of 3.3, such as fishery, prospecting, photography, and artificial precipitation. 3.5 For pilots who have already obtained a single-issue private pilot license for a single-issue aircraft pilot license, they should complete the following training and pass the theoretical and practical test of the private pilot license: A. At least 5 hours of flight training, including 3 hours of instrument flight training required by Article 61.129(a)(3); B. At least 5 hours of solo flight training, including long-distance solo flight as required by Article 61.129(a)(5). For pilots who have experienced more than 10 hours of pilot-in-command after holding a sports pilot license and have implemented long-distance transfers that meet the requirements of Article 61.129(a)(5) when performing their duties, no solo flight is required training. 3.6 For a pilot who uses a junior aircraft to obtain a private pilot’s license and intends to fly an aircraft certified for airworthiness in accordance with CCAR-23 as the captain, it is recommended that a commercial pilot’s license holder familiar with the aircraft type It carries out the necessary difference training until it is proficient in the control procedures of the aircraft type, handling of abnormal situations and key technical actions such as normal and crosswind takeoff, landing and go-around. 4 License and grade requirements 4.1 Requirements for remunerated pilot license According to Article 91.7 of CCAR-91, a person who serves as an aircraft pilot in a commercial flight for the purpose of remuneration or rental, or a pilot who provides civil aircraft driving services to others and obtains remuneration for such services shall at least Obtain a commercial pilot license and the corresponding aircraft class and operating permit. For those who hold a sports license to fly for remuneration, the relevant requirements of Article 61.120
2019-06-15
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General Administration of Sports & Development and Reform Commission: Promote aviation sports as a new consumption hotspot, and actively promote the construction of aviation flight camps

Recently, the General Administration of Sports and the National Development and Reform Commission issued the Action Plan to Further Promote Sports Consumption (2019-2020) (hereinafter referred to as the "Plan"). The plan clearly stated: Vigorously develop fitness and leisure consumption and focus on supporting consumption-leading fitness and leisure projects Develop and promote the detailed implementation of industrial development plans for sports events such as water sports, mountain outdoor, aviation sports, auto and motorcycle sports, marathons, bicycles, and fencing, forming new sports consumption hotspots.
2019-01-16
[AOPA

[AOPA drone] 38 ways drones affect the world: gradually changing everything from food delivery to space exploration

Research organization CBInsights has released 38 ways to use drone technology. From military, commercial to civilian use, this new technology can play an important role, ranging from food delivery to military defense and weather forecasting and disease control. With the continuous improvement of drone technology, it can replace many of the most dangerous and highest-paying jobs in the commercial field, and the time is ripe. This safe, cost-effective solution has a wide range of uses, from data collection to delivery and transportation. With improvements in autonomy and collision avoidance technology, drones are also improving their ability to perform increasingly complex tasks.
2019-01-29
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The Civil Aviation Administration issued the "General Aviation Pilot License and Training Management" (full text)! Clarify the license management and training management of general aviation pilots

In order to further clarify the license management and training management of general aviation pilots, the Civil Aviation Administration recently issued the "General Aviation Pilot License and Training Management." This advisory circular is an explanation of the relevant provisions of the "Civil Aircraft Pilot Certification Rules" (CCAR-61) and the "General Operation and Flight Rules" (CCAR-91). It is applicable to operations in accordance with CCAR-91 (hereinafter referred to as General aviation) flight crew license and training management. "General Aviation Pilot License and Training Management" Full Text 1. Purpose In order to further clarify the license management and training management of general aviation pilots, this advisory notice is hereby issued. This advisory circular is an explanation of the relevant provisions of the "Civil Aircraft Pilot Certification Rules" (CCAR-61) and the "General Operation and Flight Rules" (CCAR-91). 2 Scope of application This advisory circular applies to the license and training management of pilots operating in accordance with CCAR-91 (hereinafter referred to as general aviation). 3 Implementation of training 3.1 Commercial operators engaged in flight training for general aviation flight personnel shall pass the operation certification required by CCAR-91 regulations and meet the relevant flight training qualification requirements for commercial non-transport operators. Among them, training flights for sports pilot licenses and private pilot licenses do not need to apply. 3.2 The flight instructor who provides the following training should hold a civil aircraft pilot license with the corresponding flight instructor level issued in accordance with CCAR-61: A. In order to obtain sports, private, commercial and airline transportation pilot licenses or increase the category level, level level and instrument level training; B. Training to obtain the level of flight instructor; C. Training to obtain aircraft type rating; D. Provide complex aircraft training, night flight training, training required by pressurized aircraft operating at high altitudes, and towing glider training; E. Training carried out in accordance with the "Explanation on Particular Helicopter Training and Experience Requirements" (AC-61-18). 3.3 Pilots who provide the following training do not need to have a flight instructor level, but they must hold a commercial pilot license or airline transport pilot license, and serve as captain for more than 50 hours in similar operations: A. Agricultural and forestry wine spraying operation training; B. External load operation training of rotorcraft; C. Three-point aircraft training after driving. 3.4 Pilots who provide the following training do not need to have a flight instructor level: A. Transformation training that does not involve increasing licenses or levels, such as the conversion of a multi-engine land aircraft commercial pilot license to Y-12 or a helicopter commercial pilot license to S-300C model training, etc.; B. Training for various operations outside the scope of 3.3, such as fishery, prospecting, photography, and artificial precipitation. 3.5 For pilots who have already obtained a single-issue private pilot license for a single-issue aircraft pilot license, they should complete the following training and pass the theoretical and practical test of the private pilot license: A. At least 5 hours of flight training, including 3 hours of instrument flight training required by Article 61.129(a)(3); B. At least 5 hours of solo flight training, including long-distance solo flight as required by Article 61.129(a)(5). For pilots who have experienced more than 10 hours of pilot-in-command after holding a sports pilot license and have implemented long-distance transfers that meet the requirements of Article 61.129(a)(5) when performing their duties, no solo flight is required training. 3.6 For a pilot who uses a junior aircraft to obtain a private pilot’s license and intends to fly an aircraft certified for airworthiness in accordance with CCAR-23 as the captain, it is recommended that a commercial pilot’s license holder familiar with the aircraft type It carries out the necessary difference training until it is proficient in the control procedures of the aircraft type, handling of abnormal situations and key technical actions such as normal and crosswind takeoff, landing and go-around. 4 License and grade requirements 4.1 Requirements for remunerated pilot license According to Article 91.7 of CCAR-91, a person who serves as an aircraft pilot in a commercial flight for the purpose of remuneration or rental, or a pilot who provides civil aircraft driving services to others and obtains remuneration for such services shall at least Obtain a commercial pilot license and the corresponding aircraft class and operating permit. For those who hold a sports license to fly for remuneration, the relevant requirements of Article 61.120
2019-06-15
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