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Does taking your Private Pilot checkride reset your 90 Passanger currency?


I made my final Solo Cross country to three diffrent airports and did three takeoff and landings 70 days ago, and then took my private pilot checkride, i am currently a private pilot, do i still have currency to take passangers even thoughi was not a private pilot when i did my three takeoff and landings solo and it has not been past 90 days, or do i need to do my three takeoff and landings to be current?

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  1. Nathan Parker on Jan 13, 2012

    I suspect that you did at least three takeoff and landings on your checkride, so you’re good to go.  The takeoff and landings don’t have to be solo.

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  2. Kev12 on Jan 13, 2012

    Yes i did Do three takeoff and landing on my Checkride.. and thank you for answering

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  3. Anrboy on Jan 15, 2012

    Have you done the 3 takeoffs and 3 landings in the last 90 days. If so. The anwser is you are current.

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