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8710-1 Form I did a mistake in the table of the flying hours?

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W I wrote in my logbook two flying times in a cross country space, but fine I fix it in my logbook, but not in my IACRA 8710-1, when I got to take the check ride I thought everything was fine I signed and submited. Saddl,y I failed the test and I I'm  getting ready now and I saw that problem that I count two flying time in cross country space, that they are not cross country, they are solo flights. Now What  can do to fix that once sent? or I can change that in the second time when I go to take the test again? I dont want ptoblem with the FAA and nothin like that? the erroneus hours is 1.6 flght time that i count incorrectly

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  1. Mark Kolber on Jul 05, 2013

    First, I’m not sure what you mean by “they are not cross country, they are solo flights.” The two are not exclusive. If you flew a solo cross country, you would record that time in both columns.

    In terms of your question, I can’t advise you on what to do in your specific situation but, as a general proposition, errors on an 8710-1 that accidentally include flight time that did not take place should be corrected. Methods for correcting an 8710-1 (inside or outside of IACRA) are discussed here: https://iacra.faa.gov/iacra/faq.aspx Look for the question, “How do I correct an application through IACRA?”

    The one thing you really can’t do is include the incorrect over-time on the new application. That would be intentional and a violation of an FAR that is treated very seriously by the FAA – 61.59(a).

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