Training program hours.
(a) Ground instruction hours are listed in the following table:
(b) Flight instruction hours are listed in the following table:
12 hours with a minimum of 6 hours at level E
8 hours level C or level E
4 hours at level E, or 6 hours at level C.
(c) Differences training hours are listed in the following table:
2 factory type design models concurrently
1.5 hours required at level B.
More than 2 factory type design models concurrently
3 hours at level B.
Each additional factory type design model added separately
1.5 hours at level B.
(d) Definitions of levels of training as used in this subpart:
(1) LEVEL A Training—Training that is conducted through self-instruction by the pilot.
(2) LEVEL B Training—Training that is conducted in the classroom environment with the aid of a qualified instructor who meets the requirements of this subpart.
(3) LEVEL C Training—Training that is accomplished in an FAA-approved Level 5 or 6 flight training device. In addition to the basic FTD requirements, the FTD must be representative of the MU-2B cockpit controls and be specifically approved by the FAA for the MU-2B airplane.
(4) Level E Training—Training that must be accomplished in the MU-2B airplane, Level C simulator, or Level D simulator.