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CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY REGULATIONS 1998 - REG 61.415

Limitations on exercise of privileges of pilot licences--medical certificates: commercial, multi-crew and air transport pilot licence holders

             (1)  The holder of a commercial pilot licence, multi-crew pilot licence or air transport pilot licence is authorised to exercise the privileges of the licence only if the holder also holds:

                     (a)  a current class 1 medical certificate; or

                     (b)  a medical exemption for the exercise of the privileges of the licence.

             (2)  However, the holder of a commercial pilot licence or air transport pilot licence is authorised to exercise the privileges of the licence in an activity that would be authorised by a private pilot licence if the holder also holds a current class 2 medical certificate.

             (3)  Also, the holder of a commercial pilot licence or air transport pilot licence is authorised to exercise the privileges of the licence in an activity that would be authorised by a recreational pilot licence if the holder:

                     (a)  also holds a current recreational aviation medical practitioner's certificate; and

                     (b)  meets the requirements mentioned in subregulation 61.405(2).

Note:          A licence holder must not exercise the privileges of his or her licence during any period of temporary medical unfitness that could render the holder unable to exercise those privileges safely: see regulation 67.270.



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