GPL to TMG

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GPL to TMG

Unread post by ajmey52 » Sun Nov 08, 2015 5:30 pm

Hi there I was wondering. In order to obtain your TMG license/ rating. What is the needed steps to follow, if you already have you GPL?
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Re: GPL to TMG

Unread post by J27Alpha » Sun Dec 06, 2015 7:02 pm

After great pain and confusion, I managed to get the actual requirements out of RAASA ...
(Note, this might or might not change so confirm with them first) But I finished the rating last week, so this is what worked for me :-) Hope this helps
Note: Up until the day I wrote the exam they didn't know what exam was needed, so expect some confusion... It's a very basic exam ....

Conversion requirements to get a TMG endorsement on a GPL
1. Write a conversion exam at a RAASA approved testing center.

2. Minimum of 10 flights in a TMG

3. Two dual cross country flight with a duration of not less than 90 minutes flown at normal cruising speed, of which at least one will be a navigation test.

4. One solo cross country flight , duration of not less than 90 minutes flown at normal cruising speeding including a full stop landing at point other than the point of departure and destination (with no engine shut down or soaring requirements; and

5. At least one dual and one solo flight into controlled airspace including a full stop landing and take-off at a controlled airfield.

6. The skills test with a Grade A or B TMG instructor

Good Luck !

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Re: GPL to TMG

Unread post by ajmey52 » Mon Dec 21, 2015 2:57 pm

Thank you very much Jason. That helps a lot.

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