PIREP of owned GA Aircraft.

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PIREP of owned GA Aircraft.

Postby spotsey » 01 Apr 2023 18:00

Hi, can't find the answer to this question in the Forum, so will ask it here.
When I PIREP my flights for my own GA aircraft it asks me for the flight start time and the time length of the flight, which I put in. I then have entry's for Night flying hours and IFR flying hours. I have just done a night IFR flight, do I enter the same time in both?
Thanks, Simon.
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Re: PIREP of owned GA Aircraft.

Postby AS 2 Tom Little » 02 Apr 2023 01:33

Hello,

Yes and no, so let's say the flight is 2.0 hours. If all of it was night then you would enter 2.0 hours as night. If the whole flight was IFR then you should enter 2.0 hours. Sometimes flights "go VFR" even if filed IFR after a certain amount of time, or vice versa. This of course depends on weather conditions.

Hopefully this answers your question and I understood it correctly?

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Re: PIREP of owned GA Aircraft.

Postby spotsey » 02 Apr 2023 12:24

Thanks Tom, that does answer my question.
Regards, Simon.
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