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In accordance with OPS regulations, the minimum required recent experience in the single pilot role, for a pilot engaged in a single-pilot operation under IFR or at night shall be:
  • A
    5 IFR flights, including 3 take-off and 3 landings carried out during the previous 90 days on the type or class of aeroplane.
  • B
    5 IFR flights, including 3 instrument approaches, carried out during the previous 90 days on the type or class of aeroplane.
  • C
    5 IFR flights, including 3 take-off and 3 landings carried out during the previous 30 days on the type or class of aeroplane.
  • D
    3 IFR flights, including 3 instrument approaches, carried out during the previous 90 days on the type or class of aeroplane.

EASA AIR OPS
Regulation (EU) No 965/2012
ORO.FC.202 Single-pilot operations under IFR or at night

In order to be able to fly under IFR or at night with a minimum flight crew of one pilot, as foreseen in ORO.FC.200(c)(2) and (d)(2), the following shall be complied with:
(c) For aeroplane operations under IFR the pilot shall have:

(1) a minimum of 50 hours flight time under IFR on the relevant type or class of aeroplane, of which 10 hours are as commander; and
(2) completed during the preceding 90 days on the relevant type or class of aeroplane:

(i) five IFR flights, including three instrument approaches, in a single-pilot role; or
(ii) an IFR instrument approach check.

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