Mountainous terrain experience is defined as operating airplanes in mountainous terrain as identified in 14 CFR 95 Subpart B, Designated Mountainous Area.
Operating includes maneuvering near terrain, crossing ridgelines, and evaluating conditions such as wind, temperature, and density altitude. ... Continue Reading
1,500 hours total in all aircraft*
1,200 hours in airplanes
200 hours in airplane single engine land
200 hours in airplane single engine sea (ASES) or 50 hours in ASES plus Fire Boss training course offered by Wipaire, Inc.**
25 hours in the same make and model to be flown
100 hours in turboprop airplanes, as applicable
200 hours of low-level flight in airplanes (below 500 feet above ground level (AGL)); this must include at least 100 hours dispensing fire retardant, water on fires, or agricultural materials
200 hours in mountainous terrain*** or 100 hours after successfully graduating from a recognized mountain flying school (view the link for recognized schools)
100 hours in airplanes in the last 12 months
250 hours in large airplanes (aircraft over 12,500 pounds MGTW), as applicable
10 hours in airplanes in the preceding 60 days
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