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ATP written sign off/Endorsement

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Where in the FAR does it say you dont need an Instrutor sign off to take you first ATP 121 written

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  1. Nathan Parker on Jun 10, 2012

    I’d be hard pressed to come with a place in the FAR where it tells you that you don’t have to do something.  If it doesn’t say you need an endorsement, then you don’t.

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    Wes Beard on Jun 10, 2012

    If you look into the FARs for the eligibility requirement for each of the certificates and ratings up to commercial you will see that the instructor must certify they are prepared to take the knowledge test.
    This verbiage is missing for the flight instructor and ATP eligibility requirements.  

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