IFG (2016 page 34/2017 page 40) carriage of passengers at night

It has come to our attention that there is a mis-print on IFG 2016 Page 34 (IFG 2017 Page 40) of the IFG, regarding the recency requirements for the carriage of passengers at night.
The IFG incorrectly states that the pilot must have completed 3 take-offs and landing within the previous 90 days, by day or night. This should read conducted at night. The actual regulation states as follows:.

61.395  Limitations on exercise of privileges of pilot licences – recent experience for certain passenger flight activities

(1)  The holder of a pilot licence is authorised to pilot, during take-off or landing, an aircraft of a particular category carrying a passenger by day only if the holder has, within the previous 90 days, in an aircraft of that category or an approved flight simulator for the purpose, conducted, by day or night:
(a)  at least 3 take-offs; and
(b)  at least 3 landings;
while controlling the aircraft or flight simulator.

(2)  The holder of a pilot licence is authorised to pilot, during take-off or landing, an aircraft of a particular category carrying a passenger at night only if the holder has, within the previous 90 days, in an aircraft of that category or an approved flight simulator for the purpose, conducted, at night:
(a)  at least 3 take-offs; and
(b)  at least 3 landings;
while controlling the aircraft or flight simulator.

(3)  For paragraphs (1)(a) and (2)(a), each take-off must be followed by a climb to at least 500 ft AGL.

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