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what is the definition of a high performance airplane and what must you do to act as PIC of such an airplane?

Answer:
a high performance airplane is an airplane an engine of more than 200 horsepower.

To act as PIC you must have:

- received and logged ground and flight training from an authorized flight instructor in a high performance airplane.

- received and logged a one-time endorsement in your logbook from an authorized instructor

one time endorsement is not required if training has been done prior to august 4, 1997

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