A private pilot may fly the helicopter with few restrictions, as long as they are not providing services for hire.
A pilot must carry a government issued photo ID, pilot certificate, and medical certificate.
A pilot should not fly if they have had any alcohol within eight hours of the flight, are under the influence of alcohol or have a current blood alcohol level of .04.
The pilot certificate remains valid, unless surrendered, suspended or revoked.
Every two years a pilot must receive ground and flight training with a qualified instructor.
In order to carry passengers, a pilot in command (PIC) must have conducted 3 takeoffs and landings within 90 days in addition to a current flight review.
Yes. A pilot must notify the FAA within 30 days of a permanent change of address.
At a minimum, a pilot should log the flight time and the ground training needed for a certificate, rating or flight review or to document flight currency.
The pilot in command is responsible for ensuring the aircraft is in airworthy condition and operated safely.
Objects may be dropped from an aircraft as long as adequate precautions are made to avoid injury to personnel or damage to property on the ground.