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Logging time in overseas registered aircraft

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I hold a US PPL and want to fly overseas with a CFI dual but with me as PIC.  Can I log that flight time even though it is not an 'N' registered plane?

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  1. John D. Collins on May 29, 2012

    61.51 only specifies airplane, it makes no mention of the country that the airplane is registered in.


    61.51 states you can log pilot in command when:   “When the pilot is the sole manipulator of the controls of an aircraft for which the pilot is rated, or has sport pilot privileges for that category and class of aircraft, if the aircraft class rating is appropriate.”


    So the answer is yes.

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  2. Kris Kortokrax on May 29, 2012

    The way your question is worded makes is seem that you are wanting to “act” as PIC as well as log PIC.  “but with me as PIC”.
    If so, check the regulations in the country you are in.  You likely will need a pilot certificate issued by that country to “act” as PIC.
    I suspect that your question was worded inaccurately and that the CFI who is rated in the country will “act” as PIC and you may certainly log it as John stated.

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