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Two year PPC

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Quick question here. I was granted a 2 year PPC on my last renewal. What is required to keep flying after 1 year (703/704)?
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A 2 year PPC isn't an option for 703. TC killed that. For 704 Ops you need to do "training in lieu" at 12 months.
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Do you have a link with all the details for 704 ?
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Re: Two year PPC

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All the training is hat would normally be conducted prior to ppc is needed.

Quick search of CAR 704.115(training) will get what you need. The exemption might be in the CASS, can’t quite remember
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Should also be spelled out in the training section of your 704 ops manual

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