An aircraft1 must not be flown in simulated instrument flight conditions unless2:
(1) fully functioning dual controls are installed in the aircraft3; and
(2) an additional qualified pilot ('a safety pilot') occupies a control seat to act as safety pilot for the person who is flying under simulated instrument conditions; the safety pilot must have adequate vision forward and to each side of the aircraft, or a competent observer in communication with the safety pilot must occupy a position in the aircraft from which the observer's field of vision adequately supplements that of the safety pilot
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