(1) This regulation applies to an applicant for a cruise relief type rating for an aircraft of a particular type if the applicant is not taken to meet the requirements for the grant of the rating under regulation 61.850.
(2) The applicant must hold:
(a) a commercial pilot licence, multi-crew pilot licence or air transport pilot licence; and
(b) the aircraft category rating for the aircraft category that includes aircraft of that type; and
(c) for a cruise relief flight engineer type rating for an aircraft type:
(i) the cruise relief co-pilot type rating for the aircraft type; or
(ii) the pilot type rating for the aircraft type.
Note: Subregulation (2) is satisfied, in relation to a required licence or rating, if the applicant holds a certificate of validation of an overseas flight crew licence, rating or endorsement that is equivalent to the required licence or rating: see item 36 of Part 2 of the Dictionary.
(3) The applicant must also have:
(a) completed an approved course of training for the rating that includes:
(i) at least one hour of flight training consisting of:
(A) dual flight in an aircraft of that type; or
(B) dual simulated flight in an approved flight simulator for the training; and
(ii) theory and technical training; and
(b) passed the flight test mentioned in the Part 61 Manual of Standards for the rating.
Note 1: For the requirements for an approved course of training, see Division 61.B.2.
Note 2: For the conduct of flight tests, see Division 61.B.4.
(3A) If the applicant applies on or after 1 September 2015, the applicant must also have completed an approved course of training in multi-crew cooperation.
(4) For paragraph (3)(a) and subregulation (3A), the approved course of training must be conducted by:
(a) a Part 142 operator that is authorised under Part 142 to conduct the course; or
(b) the holder of an approval under regulation 142.040 to conduct the training.