COMMERCIAL PILOT & MILITARY COMPETENCE

Airman Knowledge Testing Supplement, FAA-CT-8080-1D (2016)

TEST CODE

TEST NAME

NUMBER OF QUESTIONS

AGE

ALLOTTED TIME

PASSING GRADE

CAX

Commercial Pilot Airplane

100

16

3.0

70

CBG

Commercial Pilot Balloon - Gas

60

16

2.5

70

CBH

Commercial Pilot Balloon - Hot Air

100

16

3.0

70

CCH

Commercial Pilot Helicopter Canadian Conversion

40

18

2.0

70

CCP

Commercial Pilot Airplane Canadian Conversion

40

18

2.0

70

CGX

Commercial Pilot Glider

100

16

3.0

70

CLA

Commercial Pilot Airship

100

16

3.0

70

CRG

Commercial Pilot Gyroplane

100

16

3.0

70

CRH

Commercial Pilot Helicopter

100

16

3.0

70

MCA

Military Competence Airplane

50

18

2.0

70

MCH

Military Competence Helicopter

50

18

2.0

70

MCI

Military Competence Instructor

See Instructor

An airman applicant may present one or more of the following acceptable forms of authorization for all tests listed above (except CCH, CCP, MCA and MCH):

  • Certificate of graduation or a statement of accomplishment certifying the satisfactory completion of the ground school portion of a course for the certificate or rating sought. The certificate or statement may be issued by an FAA certificated pilot school or an agency, such as a high school, college, adult education program, Civil Air Patrol, or Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) flight training school.

  • Written statement or logbook endorsement from an authorized ground or flight instructor certifying that the applicant completed an applicable ground training or home study course and is prepared for the knowledge test. (AC 61-65E) (14 CFR § 61.35)

Acceptable form of authorization for CCH, CCP, MCA, and MCH:

  • Requires NO instructor endorsement or other form of written authorization.

Acceptable forms of retest authorization for ALL tests listed above:

  • Original passing Airman Knowledge Test Report (AKTR).

  • Original expired AKTR.

  • Original failed AKTR.

    • NOTE1: An applicant retesting AFTER FAILURE is required to submit the applicable AKTR indicating failure, along with an endorsement from an authorized instructor who gave the applicant additional training and who has determined the applicant proficient to pass the test.

      • The authorized instructor endorsement may be in the form of a signed written statement, a signed logbook notation, or by completing the Authorized Instructor’s Statement portion of the failed AKTR. (14 CFR § 61.49(a)(2))

    • NOTE 2: 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 stored prior to destruction; and destroy the AKTR.