FLIGHT ENGINEER

Computer Testing Supplement, FAA-CT-8080-6A (1999)

TEST CODE

TEST NAME

NUMBER OF QUESTIONS

AGE

ALLOTTED TIME

PASSING SCORE

FEJ

Flight Engineer Turbojet (Added Rating)*

50

19

2.0

70

FEN

Flight Engineer Reciprocating Engine (Basic)

80

19

3.0

70

FEP

Flight Engineer Turboprop (Added Rating)*

50

19

2.0

70

FER

Flight Engineer Reciprocating Engine (Added Rating)*

50

19

2.0

70

FET

Flight Engineer Turboprop (Basic)

80

19

3.0

70

FEX

Flight Engineer Turbojet (Basic)

80

19

3.0

70

*For additional information on added rating tests, refer to FAA Order 8080.6, Conduct of Airman Knowledge Tests, "Eligibility Requirements" Chapter.

An airman applicant may present one or more of the following acceptable forms of authorization for ALL BASIC tests listed above:

  • FAA or International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) member nation unrestricted commercial pilot certificate with an instrument rating; or airline transport pilot certificate not limited to visual flight rules (VFR).

  • Original FAA Form 8060-7, Airman's Authorization for Written/Knowledge Test.

    • NOTE: The proctor should verify all applicable blocks are completed, including the inspector's printed name and original signature.

Acceptable form of authorization for ALL ADDED RATING tests listed above:

  • Flight engineer certificate or an Airman Knowledge Test Report (AKTR) for a flight engineer original class rating.

Acceptable forms of retest authorization for ALL tests listed above:

  • Original passing Airman Knowledge Test Report (AKTR).

  • Original expired AKTR.

  • Original failed AKTR.

    • NOTE 1: An applicant retesting AFTER FAILURE, within 30 days of failing the knowledge test, is required to submit the applicable AKTR indicating failure, along with an endorsement from an authorized instructor who gave the applicant the required additional training.

    • NOTE 2: An applicant retesting, more than 30 days after failing the knowledge test, is only required to submit the applicable AKTR indicating failure. (14 CFR § 63.41)

    • NOTE 3: The original failed AKTR presented as authorization must be retained by the proctor and attached to the applicable daily log.

      • If the testing center is approved for electronic filing, the proctor must: initial the AKTR within the embossed seal; file the AKTR in accordance with (IAW) their Airman Knowledge Testing (AKT) Organization Designation Authorization (ODA) Holder's Procedures Manual; verify the original failed AKTR / authorization has been successfully captured and destroyed; and destroy the AKTR.