Can you carry passengers with ppl?

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Kassandra Ryan asked a question: Can you carry passengers with ppl?
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Date created: Sat, Jun 26, 2021 11:24 PM
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A private pilot license allows you to fly with as many passengers as the aircraft you are flying legally allows as long as you are meeting all other FAA rules for a Private Pilot. Let's take a look at a few more of the specific on flying with passengers when you have the private pilot license.

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Yes you can, but you cannot carry passengers. If you are flying a single pilot aeroplane, another PPL is a passenger unless he holds an instructor/examiner qualification and is acting as the air craft commander and you are manipulating the controls as a pilot under training.

You own the airplane, so you can choose what you do with it, as long as no money is physically exchanged. Whatever else happens is nobody’s business. Don’t ask— don’t tell.

A private pilot license allows you to fly with as many passengers as the aircraft you are flying legally allows as long as you are meeting all other FAA rules for a Private Pilot. Let’s take a look at a few more of the specific on flying with passengers when you have the private pilot license.

(b) A private pilot may, for compensation or hire, act as pilot in command of an aircraft in connection with any business or employment if: (1) The flight is only incidental to that business or employment; and (2) The aircraft does not carry passengers or property for compensation or hire.

Robbo0885. If you have attained a level of competence which satisfied your examiner that you are proficient enough to award a pass for the issue of your PPL you are licenced to carry pax. If your confidence level in your ability is such that you are unsure whether or not you should carry pax, then my advice is don't until you are confident enough.

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, no person may act as a pilot in command of an aircraft carrying passengers or of an aircraft certificated for more than one pilot flight crewmember unless that person has made at least three takeoffs and three landings within the preceding 90 days, and–

Yes, you can, you don't need anything other than the words EXPERIMENTAL to be visible by the passenger. Your PPL is fine for flying experimentals, although like any other aircraft change, I would get instruction from an experienced instructor in that type/model before going solo.

You can even carry passengers on these flights, so long as you abide by your aircraft limits, the other restrictions of the private pilot’s license, and aren’t paid to act as a pilot. General: With a private pilot’s license, you’re limited to flying for up to 4 of these events in a calendar year. None of the events can last more than 3 ...

It’s okay for private pilots to carry passengers and property according to the FAA, you just can’t do it for compensation. However, you can share the operating expenses with your passengers. Your friends can chip in for fuel, oil, and aircraft rental.

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